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C# and AJAX WhiteBoard

, 26 Oct 2009 CPOL
This is a web-based WhiteBoard. It uses C# and AJAX to communicate between the server and clients. Data sharing between different users is made possible using AJAX. Drawings can be shared in real time over multiple clients.

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5 - publicly available No 26-Oct-09 9:47 Available Smitha Vijayan
4 No 26-Oct-09 18:38 Composing Smitha Vijayan
3 No 26-Oct-09 18:37 Composing Amol M Vaidya
2 No 26-Oct-09 9:48 Composing Amol M Vaidya
1 No 26-Oct-09 9:41 Composing Amol M Vaidya

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Amol M Vaidya
Architect
Japan Japan
My computer career started as an Avid Gamer Smile | :) . I loved the old times Xatax and Wolf. But, curiosity took over my gaming side and I started to search on ways to create all the mesmerising programs that I used.
I started programming in Qbasic and then moved on to every possible programming language I could lay my hands on. Qbasic, Pascal, C, C++, Win32 SDK, VB 6.0, VB.NET, C#, Struts, Core Java, Javascript, VbScript, Unix Shell Programming, SQL SERVER PROGRAMMING, WMI scripting....are some of the languages I can boast of being proficient in.
My formal introduction to computers was when I took the Bachelor of Computer Sciences (Pune, India) degree.Later on I got Masters from the same university.
My Professional Certifications include
MCP SQL Server 2000 (70-229)
Brainbench Certified MS SQL Server Programmer
Brainbench Certified MS SQL Server Administrator
Brainbench Certified ASP.NET Programmer
Brainbench Certified Javascript Programmer
Brainbench Certified RDBMS Concepts

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