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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
Architect everis
Portugal Portugal
Over 13 years of experience in the Software Development working mainly in the banking and insurance industry.

Over 3 year of experience as Operations Team Leader focused on Infrastructure Management and Software Configuration Management.

I've been honored with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for three consecutive years, 2010, 2011 and 2012, in recognition to exceptional technical contributions and leadership.

Current / Recent Technical Projects
- Dominican Republic Instance management, including 2nd line System management, capacity management, SW monitoring and deploy management
- Colombian SECOPII Instance management, including 2nd line System management, capacity management, SW monitoring and deploy management
- Vortal Main Instance management, including 2nd line System management, capacity management, SW monitoring and deploy management
- Vortal Development ecosystem management, including Server management, , capacity management, SW monitoring and deploy management

Areas of Specialization:
- Operations Management - ISO 20000 & ISO 27001 driven
- Team Management and Coaching
- Technology Leadership, Solutions/Architecture
- Product life cycle management, Continuous Integration
- Technological background in Microsoft frameworks and tools.

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