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Hi Wrox ASP.NET Beginners Forums,

My name is Mark (aka NonStopMark) and I have just registered with this forum (29/12/06 19:54pm).

I have just received my copy of the Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Special Edition' by Bill Evjen, Scott Hanselman, Devin Rader, Farhan Muhammad & S. Srinivasa Sivakumar.

I have spent the last 2 years learning enough about HTML, JavaScript and NetObjects Fusion to put my own Websites together and get on the first (or second) rung of the ladder with a Web presence.

This is my Website :

I have also developed a Golf Website for the Golf Course where I am a member :


All this is well and good but I have spent 16 years in IT programming HP NonStop Mainframes (formerly Tandem Computers) and have little development knowledge on Windows platforms. Tandem Computers are marketed as Fault Tolerant, NonStop hence my UserName. I bought the book to get me into the third millenium with a vengeance and then some. Here is my IT Experience to date :

My IT Experience

I live in Egerton in the NorthWest of England (UK) and intend to spend the next few weeks (months) going through the above book to learn more about ASP.NET and Dynamic Web Development. By all accounts, this is the book to go with. I also want to learn more C# on the side.

Any help from members of the forum in helping me achieve my aim will be greatly appreciated. I will need to go through it with a fine tooth comb so I will do my duty in reporting spelling errors and stuff.

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