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Migrating to ASP.NET

by John Peterson

The Speech and Slides

Recently I was asked to speak at the ASP.NET Developer Conference & Expo. I am not a big fan of public speaking, but since we were the ones putting on the conference, I figured I should do whatever I could to help out. That's right... they actually managed to get yours truly up on stage to speak about migrating from classic ASP to ASP.NET.

For those of you who couldn't attend and listen to me ramble on about the topic, I figured the least I could do was post the slides. I feel I should warn you that I write my slides like I write my articles... each point is going to be either a fragment or a run-on!    :)

You can either browse the slides online or download the Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 (.ppt) file.

Demo Code

The demos were all written by me and presented live during the session. Feel free to download the code and play with it, but please realize that they are meant as demos and as such I really can't offer any support on them. The COM component was written in VB6. I've not included the compiled version since you'll need to change the connection string before compiling in order to get it working. Even if you don't have VB6, you can still do a basic comparison and get a basic idea of what's going on just by opening the files in notepad. You can download the code in zip file format from here.

Migration Links

Links from slides:

Additional migration links:

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