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Mickey
Posted: 01/31/2004, 9:16 PM

Hello:

I want one-to-one coaching to write ASP using Code Charge.
Backend database is MS SQL 2000

My first project would be to maintain a user account

[1] Register a new user
[2] Help with forgotten user name or password
[3] Modifying profile and/or change password
[4] Getting user account summary and hstory of transaction.

Please e-mail your resume with some reference of work done

Thanks
Don Safar
Posted: 01/31/2004, 10:17 PM

You can view my resume at http://www.ciojobs.com/dsafar. I recently completed a contract with a person seeking help with coding an ASP application using CodeCharge. I'll be glad to furnish the details of that experience, my work and references in an off-forum email. Samples of my work are available at http://www.insights-web.com. I've been using CodeCharge and CodeCharge Studio since their beta releases. I am very proficient with ASP and PHP. Please send your email address. I look forward to hearing from you.

Don
dsafar - AT - hotmail.com
EMG


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Posted: 02/02/2004, 9:25 AM

Mickey,

I have many existing solutions available to help you get started. I could provide the project and online example and walk you through the code and pages. You can view my credentials at:

www.emgx.com/resume.php

Contact by email or telephone if you are interested. I am available immediately.
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parsam
Posted: 02/04/2004, 9:27 PM

Hi,
I am well experienced in Code Charge applications ever since CC was released. You may visit the web site http://hrdcircle.com (which is completely built in Code Charge with Asp and MsAccess) and click on the link "Add your banner" below the banners on the right side. Here you may register as a new user and try every thing your self. It answers all the points you have asked for.

Database can be either MsSql or MsAccess. Please contact me for further discussions on the matter.

parsam

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