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ASP.NET Programming. What You Need to Know! by Richard Gould

ASP.NET Programming. What You Need to Know!


ASP.NET Programming. What You Need to Know! by Richard Gould

If you want to become an ASP.NET computer programmer then this book will tell you exactly what you need to know in order to achieve that dream. There is no code, instead the book focuses on what you actually need to know in order to be a programmer? What skills will you require, what does a programmer actually do, what are employers looking for? There are descriptions of the languages, databases, hardware, software and documentation that any aspiring ASP.NET programmer should learn prior to applying for a role in industry.

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Publication date

25th August 2006


Richard Gould

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112 pages


Web programming



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