I never actually thought about it untill just then, I have six weeks holidays off school. In those holidays I'm going to be spending almost all my time setting up my business I am registering as a Christmas present.
I estimate 90% of the time I am on my computer I will have this site in a browser window.
But my main point I'm coming to is that because of this site I have had access to some really well established coders which have helped me to learn ASP in an extremely short amount of time and thus giving me a big leg up in the Australian web-dev market.
Just thought I'd say thanks George!
I'm sure these forums have done the same (maybe not with or just with asp) for heaps and heaps of people and thus I'm sure accomplishing their goal..
__________________ Omnis mico antequam dominus Spookster!
Could not agree more here with you guys. This forum is great. I have learnt so much from being here. I always try to reply to other people's problems if I can help. Because I know they will do the same if they can help me with my posts.
I have just re-designed a site which I just put up for review in the web dev section which makes use of php and mysql. And it is due to lots of people here that I got it working and accomplished my goal.
here is how i use them.
webser: faucet - : a fixture for drawing or regulating the flow of liquid especially from a pipe.
yes, that is about how we use it,
webser: skillet - :
Main Entry: skil·let
Etymology: Middle English skelet
Date: 15th century
1 chiefly British : a small kettle or pot usually having three or four often long feet and used for cooking on the hearth
2 : FRYING PAN
couldn't say it better