This page is dedicated to good technical sites that you can learn from and/or post issues to.
W3SCHOOLS – A good reference for anything to do with web-sites. I mainly use this site for looking up syntax that I need when writing a VB Script program.
Active State Perl – A Microsoft windows community version of the Perl Language. Download and install this program on your target machine. After that, you are ready to write your first Perl program.
Perl Organization – The open source community that is currently maintaining version 5.x of the inteperter and envisioning version 6. This site contains links to anything you need to learn about the perl language.
Information Builders user forums is a good place to post technical questions about the FOCUS language products. Both the Web Focus and Data Migrator products have language manuals in PDF format that can be downloaded for use.
4. SQL Server
The MSDN page for SQL Server is a great place to start. This site has books online for each of the server versions that Microsoft has ever released to manufacturing (RTM). There are a ton of white papers and pod casts that can be used to enhance your knowledge of the product.
SQL Server Central is a online community of SQL server users. You can find articles, web-casts, and forums on this site. Many of the well known MVP’s who write books and talk at conferences regularly post to this site.
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