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ASP.NET controls - How controls are related to each other

, 14 Mar 2007 CPOL
This is another small article on my series about ASP.NET controls, and its main focus is to reveal how controls are related to each other, which entities are involved, and what their main roles in this task are.

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Nuno M. F. Gomes
Software Developer (Senior)
Portugal Portugal
Nuno Gomes currently works as a Senior Developer for one of the major portuguese banks.

Gomes graduated from Instituto Superior Tecnico with a Electronics and Computers degree in 1999.

His daily work main focus is, since 2003, on ASP.NET. A true .NET developer with great passion for the simple solution.

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