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ASP help.

Discussion in 'C#' started by alclsnz, Jun 25, 2006.

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    God, my boss just ask me to do something about asp to test my skills

    which i lied about.

    I got to hand in this thing in 3 days! and i dont know anything about asp.

    so here I post some documents which i hope you guys can help me out!

    You guys dont have to finish it, just at least give me a structure plz!!
    thanks ! :) :)
    SEMrush
     

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  2. ludwig

    ludwig Notable Member

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    I went over your doc, its kinda complicated, 3 days might be not enough and I think you need some software programming and not ASP/web based
     
    ludwig, Jun 26, 2006 IP
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    #3
    
    confession = "sorry boss, i lied about my skills"
    if lied_about_skills = "true" then
       response.write confession
    else
       salary = salary + 20000
    end if
    
    Code (markup):
    see man, its not so bad, you know more about code than you thought!

    VG
     
    vectorgraphx, Jun 26, 2006 IP
  4. ludwig

    ludwig Notable Member

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    Hey VG,

    I see you are doing pretty good with ASP. well not good, I'd say excellent.
    Why don't you offer him this to be done for

    
       response.write salary
    
    Code (markup):
     
    ludwig, Jun 26, 2006 IP
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    alclsnz Guest

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    I really need this so bad, can anyone help me with this?
     
    alclsnz, Jun 27, 2006 IP
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    ludwig Notable Member

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    Its not just a couple of lines of code, its almost a big software. Either you need to hire a freelancer (www.guru.com www.getafreelancer.com) or you need to tell your boss that you can't do it and see what will happen then
     
    ludwig, Jun 27, 2006 IP
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    xfairguy Well-Known Member

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    Or www.rentacoder.com but you have a problem you can pay somebody to make this but what after that.
     
    xfairguy, Jun 27, 2006 IP
  8. vectorgraphx

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    lets see dude, you come in, first post, big-ass project to finish for your boss who you lied to, who's going to turn around after you get the nice folks at DP to write it for you (which incedentally, we dont mind helping. look at my previous posts. we just don't want to wipe your ass for you) and then your boss turns around AFTER he hires you and realizes that you have no talent or skills (sorry, just quoting you) and fires you.

    I'm sorry, where's the payout? why should i waste my time? have you so much as lifted a finger to try this? if you came here with a particular question about a project you were working on, i would have been more than happy to help you out. not only me, but many other fine programmers in this ASP forum could have given you some advice (and even written code samples) for free.

    Seriously, think about it. we all have jobs and work for a living. my advice? get a book. Wrox, Oreillys, and Sams all have crash courses in asp available, get one of those, finish it, and then look at your project and see if you have any questions. we'll be more than happy to guide you in the right direction.

    good luck

    VG
     
    vectorgraphx, Jun 27, 2006 IP
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    ludwig Notable Member

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    well said, that's what I meant too :)
     
    ludwig, Jun 27, 2006 IP
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    ccoonen Well-Known Member

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    yes, please ask specific questions, not to do the entire project for you; which seems like it would be a big time crunch to get this done - even for advanced developers! I always reference the Line I see when I join one of my favorite IRC Channel. We help solve questions, Not HOMEWORK!
     
    ccoonen, Jun 29, 2006 IP
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    tposs Peon

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    #11
    In the words of Jiminy Cricket (I think): "A lie always comes back to haunt you."

    Anyway, how'd the job go? It's been more than 3 days...


    --Anthony
    Webmaster, PaidOnlineSurveyCenter.com
     
    tposs, Jul 2, 2006 IP
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    livingearth Well-Known Member

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    #12
    I feel for you man..
    Sounds like something I would do.:)
    First thing I would do is tell my boss it will be more than three days.

    The project does not really seem too big but the required documentation is a bit unneccesary.
    From the sound of it your boss enjoys his authority and is quite full of himself.
    The same can besaid for a couple of the more arrogant posts preceding mine.
    I would start by searching google or yahoo for some info on asp forms input...
    That should get you started. Do what you understand first. Then when you get to a sticking point come back and post a specific question. I think that once you break it down into smaller bites it will not seem quite as daunting.
     
    livingearth, Jul 2, 2006 IP
  13. MichaelByrd

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    #13
    books is your best friend, so i post a books list about .net, if you like, please send message me. i will send the book u.
    my mail box:
    1. ASP.NET application.pdf
    2. ASP.NET Website Programming C Sharp Edition.chm
    3. A Programmer Introduction to C sharp APress.pdf
    4. Apress.Expert.ASP.NET.2.0.Advanced.Application.Design.pdf
    5. C# COM+ Programming.pdf
    6. CsharpNetworkingProgramming.rar
    7. DesignPatternInCSharprar.rar
    8. InsideCSharp.rar
    9. Microsoft.Press.Microsoft.Windows.Command-Line.Administrators.Pocket.Consultant.Apr.2004.eBook-DDU.chm
    10. Microsoft.Press.Programming.Microsoft.Dot.NET.XML.Web.Services.eBook-LiB.chm
    11. Oreilly.ADO.Dot.Net.In.A.Nutshell.eBook-LiB.chm
    ........more
     
    MichaelByrd, Jul 20, 2006 IP
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    now i will make a website about book map, and books are all my collection.
     
    MichaelByrd, Aug 8, 2006 IP