Visual Basic Developer's Guide to ASP and IIS

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Sybex, 1999 - Computers - 390 pages
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Visual Basic is the world's dominant programming language, with more than 4 million users. Microsoft now pushes VB as a serious enterprise application development tool, and the latest version allows programmers to develop complex Web and database applications. The Visual Basic Developer's Guide series targets intermediate to advanced VB developers who want to learn how to make use of Microsoft's latest technologies, including ADO and COM. The authors are recognized VB experts, speak regularly at industry events, and contribute to some of the leading programming journals.

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IIS Applications
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A. Russell Jones, Ph.D., a confessed former zookeeper and professional musician, now composes computer applications. He is the Executive Editor for DevX.com, the leading website for professional developers. He writes articles regularly and is the author of Sybex's "Mastering ASP.NET with VB.NET," "Mastering Active Server Pages 3," and the "Visual Basic Developer's Guide to ASP and IIS,