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tutorials on .NET, XP, C# or VB.NET, components, web access, etc.

Posted on 2003-10-29
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Hi,

I am thinking of building components that will be deployed on a server machine and waiting for client requests as well as building webpages for clients to access. But I am a newie in this area. I have been working on unix all the time and now I have to do this on Windows XP. There are any good (and simple) tutorials on these topics?

Thanks a lot.

Jennifer
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