Real World ASP.NET Best Practices

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Apress, Jun 3, 2003 - Computers - 224 pages

ASP.NET is a wonderful enabling technology that allows developers to create business solutions much more effectively than ever before. However, there is room for improvement. Developers often do not see the potholes and pitfalls related to this technology until they stumble. Real World ASP.NET Best Practices helps readers to avoid just such frustrations. The book's in-depth coverage includes data handling, caching, JavaScript, user and server controls, distributed programming, configuration, and deployment.

Real World ASP.NET Best Practices goes far beyond the documentation to teach ASP.NET development best practices based on the authors' real-world experience. The book's emphasis is on helping developers perform tasks correctly and avoid mistakes, not on teaching ASP.NET in general.

 

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Farhan Muhammad is the chief architect at ILM Professional Services. He is a technology enthusiast and has been an evangelist for the .NET technology since its inception. He leads the Twin Cities .NET User Group, a 400-member-strong community that focuses on sharing .NET knowledge among its members. He sits on the board of directors for the International .NET Association (INETA), where he is responsible for developing strategies for supporting .NET-focused communities in every corner of the world. He also leads INETA's Speakers Bureau, a very successful program that connects user groups throughout the United States with top-notch .NET experts. Farhan hosts the Executive .NET seminar on a regular basis, where executives are educated on the short- and long-term impact of the .NET technology on their businesses. He has a master's degree in software engineering from the University of Minnesota. He can be reached at farhan@ilmservice.com.

Matt Milner is a technical architect for BORN, where he designs and develops .NET applications. He focuses on solving business problems by using Microsoft technologies and is enthusiastic about .NET's capabilities for building enterprise-class applications. In addition to his work with clients, Matt enjoys helping others learn about .NET, which is why he has contributed to several books and articles on .NET, and is an active participant and presenter in his local .NET user group.

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