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Exploring OOPS - JavaScript Style: Part 1 - Encapsulation

, 2 Aug 2008 BSD
This article, 1st Part in the series of 3-articles, starts discussion on OOPS implementation in JavaScript. Starting with Encapsulation.


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Gaurav lives in Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India.

His technical strength lies in having deep understanding of not one or two but bunch of enterprise frameworks.

Lately, he is working on an MVC framework implementation for Android put in open domain at

Today, he is an independent guy:

  • He is a programming language independent guy, well almost. He is proficient in C, C++, Java, C#, VB.Net, C++.Net, JavaScript, PHP, Tcl, Python, Ruby
  • He is an OS independent guy, well almost. Has worked and developed at length on HP-UX, Linux (Redhat / Mandrake), Macintosh (9, 10.x), Windows (NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista), Solaris (8, 9, 10); and mobile platforms Android, iPhone, Blackberry
  • He is a target independent guy, well almost. Has worked on thick clients (mainly desktops) as well as thin clients (mainly alternative platforms - Symbian, PalmOS, WinCE, WinXP Embedded, Linux Embedded, Android, iPhone, Blackberry)

Today, his thrust areas are Service Oriented Architecture (implementation expert in Java, .Net and PHP; integration with Mainframe and other legacy environments), Mobile Technologies and RFID.

He holds a Bachelor's Degree (B. Tech.) from IIT Kanpur His major was in EE with specialization in DSP (SSP).

His hobby is listening music, reading books (no, he can't read novels), photography and travelling.

Should you wish to talk to him, you can drop him a mail at gaurav[dot]vaish[at]gmail[dot]com. He generally responds within 24-48 hrs unless there is a compelling reason.

And yeah... here's his personal website:

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