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Due to recent marketing efforts by Microsoft, the perception of companies using ASP.NET has undergone a significant shift. Traditionally, larger organizations such as banks and law firms adopted Microsoft solutions throughout their operations, albeit with expensive site licenses. In contrast, startup tech companies opted for the cost-effective open-source "LAMP stack." However, with the introduction of Microsoft's BizSpark initiative, which provided affordable access to their software for small businesses, ASP.NET experienced a renewed surge of interest among both programmers and employers.


ASP.NET has specific goals that are targeted towards different groups of IT professionals. Beginner-level ASP.NET courses aim to assist students in preparing for the MCTS certification exam. The courses cover various subjects including configuring web forms, validating user input, integrating AJAX and client-side scripting, managing website security, designing application architecture, addressing cross-browser compatibility, implementing defenses against external attacks, and planning for debugging and scalability needs.

The benefits of ASP.NET training are particularly significant for two types of IT professionals. First, it benefits early-stage web developers who wish to incorporate dynamic data into their web pages. Second, it caters to experienced programmers who aim to integrate C# or Visual Basic code into live websites. While many web developers learn through experimentation, formal ASP.NET training, as noted by Microsoft Certified Trainer Wesley Bakker, can expedite the learning process by providing guidance on best practices for dealing with databases, site security, and other common challenges faced by ASP developers.

The initial research and kickoff phase of ASP.NET involves tasks such as

  • Configuring web forms
  • Validating user input
  • Integrating AJAX and client-side scripting
  • Managing website security and access permissions
  • Designing application architecture
  • Ensuring cross-browser and form factor compatibility
  • Implementing defenses against external attacks
  • Applying MDS Layered customization
  • Planning for routine and emergency debugging
  • Anticipating scalability needs