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A Server Control Authoring JavaScript

, 12 Jun 2006
This is a short series of articles about Abstract Programming. This part is a look at C# authoring a JavaScript file at design time.

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David Donovan

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My formal education was in Electronic Engineering with a background in real-time data acquisition for aerospace. Early in my career, I switched my focus from hardware engineering to software engineering. Most, but not all, of my development experience has been using Microsoft technologies and tools. My current accomplishments are web applications using ASP.Net, SQL Server 2005, JavaScript, and Visual Studio Tools for Office. I enjoy all facets of a development life cycle, and have played almost all roles. Most recently, I have been involved in project technical leadership, architecture, and training, and I have created several small courses including this one on Abstract Programming.

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