C# Developer's Guide to ASP.NET, XML, and ADO.NET

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Addison-Wesley, 2002 - Computers - 590 pages

This book is an unbiased, in-depth commentary on the efficacy of the various technologies that comprise .NET as they pertain to Internet database developers. It provides technical know-how without crushing the student with pointless detail. The authors discuss the implementation details that replace and extend the existing Active Server Pages (ASP), XML, and ActiveX Data Object (ADO) functionality currently supported by Microsoft. Topics covered in this book include: the .NET Foundation Classes that are most used --ASP.NET, XML, and ADO.NET, and details about the construction of Web Services and how they programmatically communicate with each other.

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About the author (2002)

Jeffrey P. McManus is a developer specializing in online application development and a popular speaker at conferences such as VBITS, VSLive, and VBConnections. He is a frequent contributor to journals and is the author of four books on database and component technologies and two books on .NET technologies, including Visual Basic .NET Developer's Guide to ASP.NET, XML, and ADO.NET (Addison-Wesley, 2002).

Chris Kinsman has been responsible for several high-traffic sites based entirely on Microsoft tools, including serving as Vice President of Technology at DevX.com. Chris also spent 10 years consulting with Fortune 500 companies worldwide to solve their needs by utilizing a variety of Microsoft Visual Studio and Back Office technologies. Chris regularly speaks at the VBITS/VSLive, Web Builder, and SQL2TheMax conferences.



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