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What are the ASP.NET equivalents to these Java languages?

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Exposure to Jdeveloper

JSP, JavaServer Faces, or STRUTS

Experience with Dojo

Specific knowledge of ESRI's Web ADF and/or JS API
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JDeveloper - Visual Studio
JSP - ASP.Net
JavaServer Faces - ASP.Net
STRUTS - ASP.Net MVC
Dojo - Dojo Toolkit
ESRI's Web ADF - ARCGIS Web Application Development Framework (ADF)
JS API - .Net Framework



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