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Posted 5 Dec 2007

The ASP.NET AJAX Serialization Process

, 10 Dec 2007 CPOL
Understand how the ASP.NET AJAX serialization process works and how you can leverage the advantages of JSON serialized text.
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Matthew Ellis
Technical Writer Magma Interactive, LLC
United States United States

Matthew Ellis has been involved in the programming industry for many years and has a vast knowledge in C/C++ and C#. He began his technical journey at the very early age of 9 when he first began developing in the C programming language. Matthew has also been involved in the game development industry where he wrote the book titled Direct3D Primer, which shipped as part of another title.


Matthew, as of recently, has been doing consulting work for companies abroad where he develops unified systems bringing together the latest in technologies. He develops applications in the C# and C++ programming languages. He develops ASP.NET front end applications and numerous C++ based applications for use across a variety of different platforms.


Matthew's latest book titled ASP.NET AJAX Programming Tricks was released October 30, 2007 and was published by Magma Interactive, LLC.


You can check out ASP.NET AJAX Programming Tricks here.

The E-Book Edition is available here.


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