Migrating ASP to ASP.NET
Web Services Edge 2005 East: .NET-8

Tim Kinslow is practice manager for Web-based solutions at Trigent, which provides focused software solutions. Tim has more than 20 years of experience in the IT field. He assists clients in initial requirements-gathering and vendor analysis, leads design workshops, and is the client engagement manager for all Web-related projects.

Many businesses are pursuing migration strategies that will allow them to begin leveraging some of the major benefits of .NET in the short term, such as managed code and Web services, while positioning them to further build on the platform in the future. But developers have several options to choose among, from a 'face lift' to migrating just the user interface tier, to a 'just do it' approach for the entire system, encompassing full design, development, and deployment in .NET. This session will address how to assess the business objectives and then plan migration based on current infrastructure, from the complexity and separation of the code base, to COM objects in use, and the database structure. We will take a look at the benefits that organizations seek in migrating applications from ASP to ASP.NET.

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