Web Development Learning Series

Web Development Learning Series

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Nice site : Microsoft Web Development Learning Series

Skills come faster when you build on what you know.

Welcome to the Microsoft® Web Development Learning Series, sponsored by Microsoft and Dr. Dobb's. Choose from more than 60 learning modules—organized by track—including Virtual Labs and both live and on-demand webcasts for PHP, JSP, and ColdFusion developers. Complete just two Virtual Labs and/or webcasts—including our webcasts featuring design tools—and receive a free Microsoft Web Development Kit.

Each track is designed to let you leverage the Web development skills you’ve already mastered. Just pick the track you're most familiar with. Then choose the topics that will make your skill set even more versatile—and the price on your head even more pricey.

Track Thumbnail Explore Web Development with ASP.NET 2.0 So you already know something about Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0? Great! Now see how you can use your existing skills in Microsoft Visual Basic® 6.0, Classic ASP, or Microsoft Visual Studio®.NET 2003 to become more versatile. Find out more...
Track Thumbnail ASP.NET 2.0 for PHP Developers PHP developers thrive on simplicity. And now you don’t have to sacrifice it to enjoy robust, object-oriented, event-driven programming models. See for yourself what ASP.NET 2.0 can do. Presenters include Joe Stagner. Find out more...
Track Thumbnail ASP.NET 2.0 for JSP Developers You already know object-oriented programming. Now discover how simple ASP.NET features can help you increase performance and security, reduce your code, and simplify your projects. Find out more...
Track Thumbnail ASP.NET 2.0 for ColdFusion Developers Get started with an introduction to ASP.NET 2.0 for ColdFusion developers. Then learn how to build master pages and themes in ASP.NET 2.0 while creating code that is easier to read and can help reduce the time and effort involved in maintenance. Find out more...

 
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  • Oh, ASP.NET competes with PHP?

    That explains why putting "download.php" or "gallery.php" in MSN Messenger messages leads to them being silently discarded.

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