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Beginning Visual Web Programming in C#: From Novice to Professional

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiv
  2. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 1-29
  3. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 31-60
  4. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 61-119
  5. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 121-161
  6. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 163-215
  7. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 217-270
  8. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 271-302
  9. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 303-355
  10. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 357-403
  11. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 405-436
  12. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 437-492
  13. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 493-537
  14. Daniel Cazzulino, Victor Garcia Aprea, James Greenwood, Chris Hart
    Pages 539-585
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 587-640

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Keywords

.NET ADO.NET ASP.NET C# Debugging Exception Web Services XML programming web programming

About the authors

Daniel Cazzulino (a.k.a. kzu) lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and is a senior architect, developer, and cofounder of Clarius Consulting S.A.. He has coauthored several books on web development and server controls with ASP.NET, written and reviewed many articles for ASP Today and C# Today, and currently enjoys sharing his .NET and XML experiences through his blog, kzu:dotnet. Daniel works closely with Microsoft in key projects from the Patterns and Practices group. Microsoft rewarded him as "Most Valuable Professional" (MVP) on XML Technologies for his contributions to the community, mainly through the XML-savvy open source project, NMatrix, that he cofounded. He also started the promising MVP.XML project with fellow XML MVP experts worldwide. Surprisingly enough, Daniel is a lawyer who found a more exciting career as a developer and .NET/XML geek.

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