Microsoft® ASP.NET Internals

Microsoft® ASP.NET Internals
Published:January 04, 2011Language:English
Author:George Shepherd (DevelopMentor)Technology:Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
Length:496 PagesISBN 13:9780735626416

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About The BookA comprehensive reference outlining the underpinnings of Microsoft’s Web application environment

Learn how to fully exploit the critical components and rich capabilities of the ASP.NET framework, without scouring blogs for information or enduring hours of trial and error. This comprehensive book offers developers the insights they need—including established architecture patterns—to create better, stronger, faster Web sites and Web-based applications Web services. The book offers readers the guidance they need to take advantage of ASP.NET right away, and outlines the evolution and future of the technology.
About George Shepherd (DevelopMentor)George Shepherd is a recognized authority on Microsoft technologies, including .NET, Windows® Presentation Foundation, and ASP.NET. He is the author or coauthor of several important books covering Microsoft technologies, including MICROSOFT ASP.NET 3.5 STEP BY STEP (Microsoft Press), MFC INTERNALS: INSIDE THE MICROSOFT FOUNDATION CLASS ARCHITECTURE, and PROGRAMMING WITH MICROSOFT VISUAL C++® .NET, SIXTH EDITION (CORE REFERENCE).

Shepherd is a former columnist and contributing editor for MSDN® Magazine, Dr. Dobbs Journal, and Windows Tech Journal. He also teaches week-long seminars about Windows and .NET development for DevelopMentor, and is a contributing architect for Syncfusion’s suite of .NET tools.
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