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At a Glance: ASP.NET

Initially released in 2002, ASP.NET is Microsoft’s open-source server-side web application framework for developing dynamic web applications. If you’re looking to build dynamic web pages, mobile apps, and other web services for your business, you’ll need an expert ASP.NET developer to help get you started.
ASP.NET is based on the Common Language Runtime (CLR), allowing developers to use any .NET language. With three distinct web development frameworks—ASP.NET web forms, ASP.NET MVC, and ASP.NET web pages—an ASP.NET developer can quickly build and deploy responsive professional websites with minimal code. They have the ability to create web applications, enterprise websites, content management systems, customer relationship management systems, and even mobile apps. ASP.NET developers on Upwork can bring wide compatibility across multiple platforms, Windows authentication support, built-in data configuration, and the ability to handle multiple file types to your servers, applications, and web projects, translating to greater simplicity in your tech infrastructure.

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51 Ways Freelancers Can Help Your Business Take Off This Summer

Summer’s almost here—the time of year to cool off and slow down. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always mean work slows down. The good news? Whether you want to take a vacation or just cut out early on Friday, it’s easy to get more work done with freelancers. Here are 51 ideas of things to delegate to freelancers this summer.

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May 23, 2017

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The 5 Biggest Risks Facing App and Software Developers

App development is one of the fastest growing and most innovative industries right now. If anything goes wrong and you haven’t taken the necessary precautions, you could face a lawsuit, fine, loss of revenue – or worse. Here are five key elements to consider to make sure your business is covered.

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May 23, 2017

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Why You Shouldn’t Use Excel for Accounting

For many small businesses, Excel is the default choice for bookkeeping. It’s been around for ages, there are plenty of online tutorials and it’s easy to find sample accounting formulas. Best of all, you probably already have it. There are a time and place for using spreadsheets, but if you’re still using Excel for your accounting, it’s time to consider de-risking your bookkeeping.

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May 22, 2017

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