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Posted 28 Nov 2002

ASP.NET tutorial using Dreamweaver MX

, 28 Nov 2002
An article demonstrating the use of Dreamweaver MX to create a simple ASP.NET application.




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James W. Threadgill
Web Developer WWWeb Concepts
United States United States
James W. Threadgill began his education with community college computer science certification program. He continued to the University of Houston-Clear Lake where he earned a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Arts. His first paying jobs as a web developer took place were during his first year of graduate school in 1998. He soon established WWWeb Concepts a web design and development firm located in Houston Texas that he still owns and operates today.

He has authored tutorials on web development for the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance, Code Project and the Dynamic Zones. He co-authored the Glasshaus book Dreamweaver MX: ASP.NET Web Development released by Wrox Press February 2003.

James publishes fiction and poetry under the pen name Wayne James. His fiction first appeared in Raconteur in 1995 and since been published numerous times in literary magazines such as Hadrosaur Tales, Tales of the Talisman, Bayousphere, and Lucidity poetry journal. His collection of short fiction and poems, When Only the Moon Rages was released by Hadrosaur Productions in 2001. Most recently his poetry appeared in Tales of the Talisman and Lone Star Legacy.
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