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Programming in the .NET Environment

, 7 Oct 2003
Book Review of Programming in the .NET Environment

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Erik Westermann
Software Developer (Senior)
Canada Canada
Erik is a senior developer-writer with more than 14 years professional programming experience designing and developing large scale database and Internet-centric applications for organizations including MSN.ca, ADP, Nortel, lemontonic.com, EDS, Merrill Lynch, ePost, CIBC, TD Securities, IBC, CIHI, InnovaPost, etc.
 
Erik has been specializing in BizTalk Server-based solutions for five contiguous years to date. His experience includes many SOA and ESB-style applications using technologies like Commerce Server, SharePoint, ASP.NET and advanced .NET Framework.
 

Erik's interests include systems architecture, writing, reading and his kids. Erik's affiliations include ACM (acm.org), and the IASA.

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