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Posted 1 Feb 2004

Classic ASP Framework - Make your Classic ASP code work like in ASP.NET

, 1 Feb 2004
Developing in Classic ASP using the same technics as in ASP.NET?. If you have to work in Classic ASP, why don't do it the right way?. By using a similar framework not only your code will be more organized and efficient, but it will take you a fraction of the time to port to ASP.NET!




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Christian Calderon
Web Developer
United States United States
Christian is a Microsoft Certified Professional 8+ years of experience in the consulting business. He has designed and developed numerous Web and Windows applications (and many other things he doesn't even remember...) using technologies and tools such as ASP.NET,VB.NET, C#, ASP, COM+/MTS, C++, JavaScript, HTML/DHTML, Visual Basic, SQL Server, Oracle, Microsoft Access, etc.

He is quite "curious" and always wants to know how things work and the "why was it done like this or that, how does this works...", and because of this he is always pursuing to improve his skills so he can know the answers to these questions.

He also likes Martial Arts, finishing and spending time with his wife and daughter. And why not?, playing XBOX from time to time :-P

Christian works as the Microsoft Technologies Manager/Senior Developer for Electronic Knowledge Interchange, a Chicago based Technology Consulting Firm.

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