The challenge of providing information systems graduates with the optimal balance between the old and new technology is a constantly evolving process. This teaching tip introduces Microsoft's ASP.NET technology, which can be used as a bridge to integrate mainframe and client/server technologies. In order to maximize the benefits of using ASP.NET, students need to understand and apply the interrelated concepts of Windows XP professional security system, the Web Server structure, and the .Net Visual Studio setup routine for the development environment.
Wallace, David C. and Wolf, James R.
"Incorporating ASP.Net in an Information Systems Curriculum,"
Journal of Information Systems Education: Vol. 17
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/jise/vol17/iss4/2
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