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Hello. I am looking for some individual tutoring on ASP.Net and ADO.Net, in conjunction with reading/writing to an Access database. Ideally, I would like to get a "hello world" database up and running. I have learned a bit about each of these technologies through reading, although I am finding it rough going combining them to get a real-world project going. Is there anybody who'd be available for this sort of thing? I own Office 2000 and Visual Studio.Net Professional, as well as have a .Net web hosting account. I live in San Francisco, CA, and can pay (what I think ...

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    Default Would like to learn asp.net, ado.net

    Hello. I am looking for some individual tutoring on ASP.Net and ADO.Net, in
    conjunction with reading/writing to an Access database. Ideally, I would
    like to get a "hello world" database up and running. I have learned a bit
    about each of these technologies through reading, although I am finding it
    rough going combining them to get a real-world project going.

    Is there anybody who'd be available for this sort of thing? I own Office
    2000 and Visual Studio.Net Professional, as well as have a .Net web hosting
    account.

    I live in San Francisco, CA, and can pay (what I think is) a reasonable
    hourly fee.

    If anybody is interested, please email me at com.
    (remove the NOSPAM part)

    Thanks.




    MS Guest

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    Default Re: Would like to learn asp.net, ado.net

    While I don't do private tutoring, you might want to see if Webmatrix is the
    product for you. It now works with MS Access:

    http://www.asp.net/webmatrix/guidedtour/section15/dgcodebuilder.aspx

    Ken
    MVP [ASP.NET]
    --
    Microsoft MVPs have a question for *you*: Are you patched against the Worm?
    http://www.microsoft.com/security/security_bulletins/ms03-026.asp



    "MS Office Guy" <com> wrote in message
    news:%phx.gbl...
    Hello. I am looking for some individual tutoring on ASP.Net and ADO.Net, in
    conjunction with reading/writing to an Access database. Ideally, I would
    like to get a "hello world" database up and running. I have learned a bit
    about each of these technologies through reading, although I am finding it
    rough going combining them to get a real-world project going.

    Is there anybody who'd be available for this sort of thing? I own Office
    2000 and Visual Studio.Net Professional, as well as have a .Net web hosting
    account.

    I live in San Francisco, CA, and can pay (what I think is) a reasonable
    hourly fee.

    If anybody is interested, please email me at com.
    (remove the NOSPAM part)

    Thanks.





    Ken Guest

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    Default Re: Would like to learn asp.net, ado.net

    i think
    http://www.aspalliance.com/aspxtreme/
    is a good place to start with good exemples..
    you have to read a little more on ADO.NET but you'll see it'not very
    difficult

    if you have any problems feel free to contact me =)
    edu.tr
    Gönen.



    Gönen Guest

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