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The Evolution Of Microsoft: .NET Explained


Sure, you've heard about .NET... maybe you're a Visual Basic programmer for a small company, maybe you write SQL stored procedures for a huge company, or maybe you're just a Microsoft developer wanting to keep on the cutting edge of technology. In this article, James will explain exactly what .NET is, how it works, how we (as developers) can benefit from it, its many new features, and other .NET related information.

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By: James Yang
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December 23, 2001
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · The Evolution Of Microsoft: .NET Explained
  2. · What is .NET?
  3. · Understanding .NET
  4. · The .NET framework (contd.)
  5. · The .NET framework(contd.)
  6. · Web Services
  7. · Conclusion

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This article is specifically targeted at those who are already competent with one or more of Microsoft’s web/application languages such as ASP, Visual Basic and C++.

Lastly, please note that this article is based on the Beta 2 .NET framework, and some things might chance between now and its final release.
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