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An Extensible Master-Page Framework for ASP.NET 1.1 Using Pattern Oriented Design

, 30 Jun 2004
Development of a framework for master-pages using ASP.NET and C#.

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Shams Mukhtar
Chief Technology Officer xpersoft, Inc.
United States United States
Lead Architect with 20+ years of software design and development experience. Architected and designed many industrial softwares and passed through full software development life-cycle. Strong hold in Object-Oriented software engineering using UML with Design Patterns, C#, .NET, C++/VC++ and Java. Domain expertise are in Distributed Computing along with WCF/Web services, Messaging Systems (MSMQ), Multi-threading, Component developments, Computer Graphics, Embedded Systems, GIS development, framework development, User-Interface designs (WPF .NET), Rule based development (WF .NET), Chemical Engineering and Process Controls. Having both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Engineering with certifications in Obect Oriented Analysis and design. Smile | :)

Email: shams.mukhtar@gmail.com
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