ASP Classic: A Survival Guide
In contrast to the cutting-edge topics normally presented, this Moncton UG session focuses on one unpleasant reality of a programmer’s career:
Legacy code. Specifically, applications written in “classic” ASP. The bad news is that there’s still a lot of it lurking about; the good news is that you can typically fix it and make it go away again quickly if
you know the basics and a few “gotcha”s. This presentation is intended to be the compass and Swiss army knife that will help you survive and make it back to the civilized world of post-2002 web programming.
Date and Times
Wednesday February 13th 2013
from 6:30 to 9:00pm
795 Main Street – Second Floor Board room
This event would not be possible without the following sponsors:
Swag and Prizes:
Doreen Clemons is the chief cook and bottle-washer at Bonaventure Software. She started programming in BASIC on a TRS-80 at the age of 12. Doreen has spent the majority of her 11-year coding career working with Microsoft technologies, but opts for open source and/or Java…if nobody’s watching.