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Forum: Microsoft IIS Web Server and ASP.NET
Category: Microsoft
Moderator: ocean10000
Earlier moderators: Xoc and marcel
Founded: May 29, 2002

This forum encompasses all Microsoft technologies from classic ASP/IIS to the new .NET and related technologies, as well as questions relating to Microsoft IIS web server.

In an evolving world new technologies will come and go but a few will stand the test of time. .NET is a framework rather than a language and is poised to stand up to the test of time. Our hope is to foster communication and understanding about these great technologies.

Internet Information Server: [iis.net...]
ASP.Net: [asp.net...]

W3Schools tutorials:
ASP: [w3schools.com...]
ASP.Net: [w3schools.com...]

Visual Studio and SQL Server Express editions: [microsoft.com...]

Posting Topics:
Topics surrounding the Microsoft .NET and related technologies: .NET Framework, ASP.NET, Web Services, VB.NET, SOAP, C#, IIS, ASP, Visual Studio, MVC

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