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Internationalize Your ASP.NET Applications

The Internet was originally used primarily by English-speakers, but the percentage of non-English speakers is increasing as Internet penetration increases. With huge populations in Asian countries coming online and European countries needing to work more closely together, there's a growing need for Web sites that cater to visitors from different cultures. This is clearly a good thing, but it creates new challenges for Web site developers.




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Ollie Cornes has been working with the Internet and the Microsoft platform since the early 90's. His roles have included programming, technical authoring, writing, project management. He has co-written several .NET books for Wrox Press including "Beginning ASP.NET With C#" and "Professional C#" and has worked on Internet projects with Microsoft, Saab, Demon Internet (UK), Tesco (UK) and Vodafone.
Internationalize Your ASP.NET Applications (Part 1 of 3)
Not only does ASP.NET simplify Web application development, it also provides comprehensive support for internationalization. Internationalize Your ASP.NET Applications (Part 2 of 3)
See how to use culture settings to localize images, database content, numbers, currencies, and dates in your ASP.NET applications.

Internationalize Your ASP.NET Applications (Part 3 of 3)
Learn to localize dates, numbers, and currencies and get a wrap-up of the entire process for ASP.NET internationalization.

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