From the Back Cover
If you're looking to quickly create dynamic Web pages with ASP.NET 2.0, your programming efforts just got a whole lot easier. Featuring a dozen ready-to-use projects on the book's CD-ROM that you can use immediately, this reference is a helpful guide that dives into working code so you can learn it rapidly.
Each project features step-by-step set-up instructions. The description of each project enables you to understand and then modify it so you can reuse it in different situations. By the end of the book, you'll be on the fast track to creating your own site from scratch.
CD-ROM includes the source code for all 12 projects
- Online diary and organizer
- File share
- Chat server
- Survey engine
- Photo album
- Customer support site
- Appointment booking system
- Greeting cards
- Bug base
Who this book is for
This book is for intermediate-level programmers with some .NET experience who need a quick-start reference book so they can use ASP.NET 2.0 at once.
Instant Results guides are packed with unique, ready-to-use projects that are perfect for the busy programmer. They require minimal set-up, and can be modified, enhanced, and reused in real-world situations.
About the Author
Imar Spaanjaars graduated in Leisure Management from the Leisure Management School in the Netherlands, but quickly changed his career path into the Internet world. After working for a large corporation and doing some freelance work, he is now working for Design IT, an IT company in the Netherlands that specializes in Internet and Intranet applications built with Microsoft technologies like ASP.NET. As a software designer and lead developer, he’s responsible for designing, building, and implementing medium- to large-scale e-commerce web sites and portals.
Before this book on ASP.NET 2.0, Imar wrote two books about Macromedia Dreamweaver, called Beginning Dreamweaver MX and Beginning Dreamweaver MX 2004, both published under the Wrox brand.
Imar is also one of the top contributors to the Wrox Community Forums at http://p2p.wrox.com where he shares his knowledge with fellow programmers.
Imar lives in Utrecht, the Netherlands. You can contact him through his web site at http://imar.spaanjaars.com.
Paul Wilton got an initial start as a Visual Basic applications programmer at the Ministry of Defense in the UK before finding himself pulled into the Net. Having joined an Internet development company, he spent three years helping create Internet solutions. He’s now running his own company developing online holiday property reservation systems.
Shawn Livermore (MCAD, MCSD, PMP) [shawnlivermore.blogspot.com] has been architecting and developing Microsoft-based solutions for nearly a decade. Shawn consults as an architect for Fortune 500 clientele, leveraging time-proven methodologies and exceptional communications, within highly visible projects. His range of technical competence stretches across platforms, but specializes within Microsoft .NET development and server-based products such as Biztalk and SQL Server, among others.
His experience implementing enterprise-level Microsoft solutions is extensive and has led to successful business ventures with numerous firms.