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These days, FoxPro can't always do it alone, but it can be an important part of a Web-based solution. Author: Andrew MacNeill Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB

 MS Is All Talk About .Net Site: forbes.com 
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Microsoft founder and mascot Bill Gates hasn't been shy about his plans for the Internet. Ever since he stepped down as chief executive last year, it seems like all he does is strut about promising that Microsoft will take over the Web. Author: Betsy Schiffman Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB

 It's All About Trust Site: win2000mag 
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Since revealing its plans for Hailstorm, the first phase of a strategy shift from shrink-wrapped software to .NET-based services, Microsoft has found itself at the center of a steadily brewing controversy. Author: Paul Thurrott Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB

 Broadband Adoption and .NET Site: win2000mag 
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Up in the proverbial ivory tower that is Microsoft's Redmond campus, nothing must rattle Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates's cage like the news that broadband adoption isn't proceeding according to plan. Author: Paul Thurrott Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB

 Why O'Reilly and .NET? Site: O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. 
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At O'Reilly, because we are closely identified with open source, I expect that the opening of our .NET DevCenter on O'Reilly Network will raise some eyebrows. I know that it has raised some questions internally. Author: Dale Dougherty Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB

 Samba Story be Retold? Site: O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. 
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Finally, the open source community is taking .NET seriously, and they're starting to tremble harder than an office building in a Seattle earthquake. Author: Andy Oram Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB

 Is Microsoft’s Vision Enough? Site: sdtimes.com 
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Not only does Microsoft have a clear vision for Web services, but there’s little doubt that the company is further along the road to delivering Web services-enabled platforms and tools than anyone else... Author: SD Times Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB

 Opening Up .NET Site: Windows and .Net Magazine 
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Microsoft needs Linux. This statement might surprise you, especially when you consider that Linux and the open source software movement appear to be well on the way to becoming Windows' most significant competition, at least on the server side. Author: Michael Otey Code: ASP.NET Beta 2 & VB

 ASP.NET supports classic MVC Site: Builder.com 
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When developers hear the term “design pattern,” they generally envision one of two scenarios. One group of developers assumes you're talking about lots of brainstorming and meetings without much real coding being done. Author: Tim Landgrave Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB


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