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Build Your Own ASP.NET Website Using C# And VB.NET, Chapter 1 - Introduction to .NET and ASP.NET        
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ASP.NET is one of the most widely adopted Web application platforms available today. As a Web developer it's therefore becoming increasingly important to expand your skills and learn the ins-and-outs of a technology that's now used by major organizations such as Accenture, Compaq, AIG, Bank of Nova Scotia, Adobe, Dell, Ford and many others. This series covers the basics the new (or practicing) .NET developer will need to know before they being to develop a Website in ASP.NET.

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