Migrating to ASP.NET
By Microsoft ASP.NET Team|70 minutes|
Developers new to ASP.NET will want to attend this webcast designed to familiarize you with its essential features.
By Microsoft ASP.NET Team|63 minutes|
This webcast looks at the features of ASP.NET 2.0 that simplify the construction of user interfaces, including master pages, themes, and navigation controls.
By Microsoft ASP.NET Team|78 minutes|
Are you planning to migrate from classic ASP to Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0? This webcast series walks you through the important architectural design considerations to keep in mind when you plan your mig...
By Microsoft ASP.NET Team|61 minutes|
This session focuses on the basic background necessary to understand ASP.NET and how ASP.NET integrates with the .NET Framework and Microsoft IIS.
By Microsoft ASP.NET Team|62 minutes|
This webcast looks at both the similarities and differences between building a Web application in ASP.NET 2.0 and building one using Java.
By Microsoft ASP.NET Team|49 minutes|
This sessions shows a simple yet real world code comparison between ColdFusion and ASP.NET.
By Microsoft ASP.NET Team|77 minutes|
This webcast shows how to build an ASP.NET application starting from a blank form, to give the experienced ColdFusion developer a clear idea of exactly what is involved.
By Microsoft ASP.NET Team|64 minutes|
In this webcast, you will learn about building and running PHP applications on the Microsoft Windows Server operating systems.
Microsoft's Jon Galloway recommends these books for learning ASP.NET Web Forms:
by Matthew MacDonald
by Imar Spaanjaars
by Jason N. Gaylord, Christian Wenz, Pranav Rastogi, Todd Miranda, Scott Hanselman
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