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Zafar Iqbal had a first taste of computing while taking a course on computer languages way back in 1995. He started programming in Quick Basic, that was the love at first sight.
 
Then he completed his masters in Computer Science, and started his job in late 2000.
 
Since then he has been fully engrossed in application development ranging from office automation system, business application, web development, and lot of other things.
 
His core programming languages are VB.NET and C#, but he is also comfortable in Java.
 
Last 5 years had made him strong in web development, mostly using ASP.NET, which also includes (X)HTML, XML, XSLT, Javascript, CSS and other related technologies.
 
You can view my profile on LinkedIn and I also mutter sometime here "Blog"

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