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ASP.NET Mobile Controls: Tutorial Guide: Adaptive Web Content for Mobile Devices with the MMIT Paperback – December, 2001
From the Publisher
This book is for anyone who is developing applications for mobile devices using the .NET Framework. Experience of ASP.NET is required, along with experience of using a .NET-compatible language, ideally VB.NET or C#. Essentially, the prerequisites for this book are that the reader has worked through Beginning ASP.NET to the level where they are confident about creating ASP.NET applications. A brief refresher of the basics of ASP.NET will be included in this book, but the complete novice may find this too advanced.
About the Author
Technology is an artistic subcategory, application architecture - its sculpture, the hum of servers - its music, and code is its poetry. Just as there are both 'artists' and 'entertainers' in the 'arts', so, too, with technology. MAtt Butler is an artist, not an entertainer.
Matt Gibbs is a software developer at Microsoft where he has been working on Internet technologies since 1997.
After graduating from various engineering degrees, Constantinos Hadjisotiriou has switched to working with databases, websites, and gadgets. He is now busy with porting a new image compression format to PocketPC, writing PL/SQL procedures, and taking on various web programming contracts. Contact is via email@example.com.
Neil Raybould is working as a software developer and technical writer with Crossoft Incorporated, Pennsylvania. He has given several presentations on ASP and ASP.NET related topics in the Pittsburgh area. Neil holds a BS (Virginia Tech), an MBA (Duquesne University), and MCSD and MCDBA certifications.
Srinivasa Sivakumar is a software consultant, developer and writer. He specializes in Web and Mobile technologies using Microsoft solutions. He currently works at Chicago for TransTech, Inc. He also writes technical articles for ASPToday.com, CSharpToday.com, .NET Developer, etc.
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