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Some points to consider while working on ASP.NET MVC and jQuery

, 27 Apr 2012 CC (ASA 3U)
Some points to consider while working on ASP.NET MVC and jQuery
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Rahul Bandopadhyaya
Architect Infosys Limited
India India
I am currently working as Technical Architect in Infosys Limited and My motto is "share the good knowledge so that my fellow colleague or those from the same profession may not face the same issue as I have had… enjoy coding and sharing knowledge"
 
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