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A directory to personal and professional websites of CodeProject members.

Introduction

This article aims to provide a central directory for homepages (personal as well as professional) of CP members, thus promoting unity amongst the CP community.

How it all started

It all started when Vikram decided to dedicate a whole page in his new website to provide links to members of CodeProject. He posted a thread on this and the response was encouraging. Amongst the replies were suggestions to host the page at CodeProject itself instead of his own site. One such person was Brian Welsch. Vikram, on a hunch asked Brian if he'd be interested in helping him write the article, and Brian instantly agreed. Thus this article was born.

How it works

We wanted to keep this article fairly simple. Amongst the options we discussed were:

  1. Creating a form at CP and automatically updating the contents of the article, but this was too complex.
  2. Asking readers to post a comment on the article, with their homepage. This was rejected because it might be abused, and more importantly, only 25 messages are visible at a time, which means that earlier messages are hidden.

Finally, we decided on the safest thing to do- all you have to do is send an email to CP_HomePages@yahoo.com, giving

  1. Your CP display name (NOT your login email address) and your CP ID number (required for linking to profiles)
  2. Your homepage
  3. A short description of your homepage, not exceeding 2 lines
  4. What topic you'd like your homepage listed under (please see list below for topics).

We chose this approach since it allows us to go through what you want to put up, preventing the article from being abused. Also, it needs less work on our part. You will receive an email from one of us within a week, and if no further clarifications are needed, your homepage will be added to the article.

Homepage categories

  • Our homepages – The authors' homepages and of course, Chris'.
  • Personal pages – If your site is about yourself, your interests and your dog.
  • Blogs – 'Nuff said.
  • Services – Consulting and other servicves.
  • Hobby sites – A site for your favorite hobby.
  • Products – If your website showcases your freeware/shareware product.
  • Miscellaneous – If your site just can't fit in anywhere else, add it here.

Homepages

Our homepages [Back to categories]

Personal pages [Back to categories]

Blogs [Back to categories]

Services [Back to categories]

Hobby sites [Back to categories]

Products [Back to categories]

Miscellaneous sites [Back to categories]

     

License

This article has no explicit license attached to it but may contain usage terms in the article text or the download files themselves. If in doubt please contact the author via the discussion board below.

A list of licenses authors might use can be found here

About the Authors

brianwelsch
Web Developer
United States United States
Despite all resistance, I'm a programmer. It started with endless hours of torture reading DATA statements to my father as he typed them into our TRS-80. ARRRGHHH!!
This moved to an actual interest once I learned how to code a little, then in college I said "there is no way I'm living my life in front of a stupid computer screen" so I quit.
 
Four years later, tired of managing a restaurant, and partying til 4-5 in the morning I sought more structure. And got a job programming. It serves me well and here I am.

Vikram A Punathambekar
Business Analyst
India India
Vikram is a 20-something bloke working in Madras (aka Chennai), India. Vikram was born in Madras, brought up in Coimbatore, and is now back in Madras. He loves listening to music, reading and watching cricket. He hates cats.
 
Vikram joined CP way back in 2002 when he was in college and had papers on Windows programming. In his past lives, he languished around, roaming the wilderness of Solaris, eventually moving on to writing software for managing ATMs in .NET. He now works as a Business Analyst who dabbles in SQL for an investment bank, working with applications for structured products.
 
He "loves everyone" for whatever that is worth. And he rather makes a big deal out of the fact that he's ambidextrous....

Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralMy vote of 5 Pinmvpthatraja15-Jan-11 21:42 
GeneralCMS Pinmembersa.alavifar3-Jan-07 1:24 
QuestionCan you add my blog? PinstaffMarcie Robillard (Datagrid Girl)19-Mar-04 7:05 
AnswerRe: Can you add my blog? PinsussAnonymous9-Aug-04 23:51 
GeneralAny chance... PinmemberBrian Delahunty5-Feb-04 3:03 
GeneralVery timely article PinmemberDalePres30-Jan-04 11:31 
Generalnew site PinsussAnonymous24-Dec-03 1:52 
GeneralLost Intent... Pinmemberallia14-Nov-03 22:24 
GeneralRe: Lost Intent... Pinmemberbrianwelsch15-Nov-03 2:50 
GeneralRe: Lost Intent... Pinmemberallia15-Nov-03 4:55 
GeneralRe: Lost Intent... PinmemberVikram Punathambekar15-Nov-03 21:42 
QuestionLinks to profiles? PinmemberPaul S. Vickery13-Nov-03 23:41 
AnswerRe: Links to profiles? PinmemberVikram Punathambekar14-Nov-03 7:23 
GeneralRe: Links to profiles? PinmemberNick Seng14-Nov-03 17:53 
GeneralRe: Links to profiles? PinmemberVikram Punathambekar19-Nov-03 7:22 
GeneralRe: Links to profiles? PinmemberNick Seng19-Nov-03 14:54 
AnswerRe: Links to profiles? PinmemberPaul van der Walt16-Nov-03 6:32 
AnswerRe: Links to profiles? Pinmemberbrianwelsch16-Nov-03 12:52 
GeneralYawn Pinmemberkhgjhgjhgjhg12-Nov-03 14:13 
GeneralRe: Yawn PinmemberPaul van der Walt14-Nov-03 10:52 
GeneralRe: Yawn PinmemberTrollslayer19-Nov-03 6:50 
GeneralRe: Yawn PinmemberMegan Forbes5-Dec-03 4:54 
GeneralHmm PinmemberMichael P Butler12-Nov-03 9:30 
GeneralSort of useful Pinmemberdog_spawn12-Nov-03 11:40 
GeneralRe: Hmm PinmemberVikram Punathambekar13-Nov-03 7:09 

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