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Pretty URLs, Separation of Layers and O/R Mapping in Web Forms ASP.NET 2.0

, 12 Sep 2007
Implementing multi-tier architecture in a web application using ASP.NET 2.0
depot_demo.zip
App_Browsers
Form.browser
App_Code
Factories
Utils
Routing
Controllers
Model
Crud
store
admin
Login
MappingClasses
Views
App_Data
Depot.mdf
Resources
Depot_Log.ldf
App_Themes
store
admin
Bin
Castle.DynamicProxy.dll
log4net.dll
NHibernate.dll.refresh
Iesi.Collections.dll
NHibernate.dll
images
railscookbook.gif
agile.gif
railsrecipes.gif
rubyforrails.gif
logo.png
MasterPages
WebPages
Store
Login
Admin
depot_src.zip
tree.info

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Artur Blazkiewicz
Software Developer iPay, Elizabethtown,Ky
United States United States
After defending his PhD thesis in 2005 (computational nuclear physics) at Vanderbilt in Nashville, the author decided to pursue a career in software development. As a long time open source advocate, he started with writing web applications using Linux-Apache-MySql-P (LAMP) framework. After that experience, he decided to embrace Microsoft technologies.
Currently working as a web developer in .NET platform in the online payments company.

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