One of the roles of the author of an advanced book is to make a reasonable guess about the things readers do know and to patch in the gaps where readers might be struggling. I have been fortunate enough to have spent a couple of years now working on .NET projects, so I can borrow from that experience in making my guesses.

In this chapter I try to avoid the glaringly obvious and instead talk about things that presented problems to me or to others whom I have worked with or heard from. As a result this chapter presents a strategy for building ASP.NET Web pages in such a way as to be able to create them simply, consistently, and reliably.

I spent the last couple of years working on a system comprised of five applications. Half of the team members were seasoned programmers and Web application developers. The other half were mainframe developers. The techniques I use in this chapter come from three sources: solutions to the problems the mainframers had learning ASP.NET, solutions to the problems the experienced developers had making the adjustment, and best practices proposed by Microsoft's IBuySpy portal.

Visual Basic. NET Power Coding
Visual Basic(R) .NET Power Coding
ISBN: 0672324075
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 215
Authors: Paul Kimmel © 2008-2017.
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