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Posted 2 Sep 2010

Documenting the Life Cycle of an ASP Page

, 2 Sep 2010
A simple framework for documenting the events of master and child pages and web controls.

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Gregory Gadow
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Gregory Gadow is currently a student at Central Washington University, studying for a B.S. in Actuarial Science with plans to graduate in June, 2019. He has been writing code for almost 30 years in more than a dozen programming languages. Previously, he worked for a mid-size brokerage firm as the company's programming department doing VB6, VB.Net, ASP, HTML, XML and SQL. He also held the Series 7 and Series 66 brokerage licenses.

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