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, 18 Jun 2013
Discussing a few JavaScript fundamental topics to make our understanding more in JavaScript.



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9 No 18-Jun-13 16:54 Pending Rupesh Kumar Tiwari
added new case in last question
8 No 12-Mar-13 11:30 Available Smitha Vijayan
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7 No 12-Mar-13 10:37 Pending Rupesh Kumar Tiwari
change the explanation to make it more simple and clear.
6 No 11-Mar-13 17:43 Available Smitha Vijayan
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5 No 11-Mar-13 15:23 Pending Rupesh Kumar Tiwari
I have explained more in "Javascript hoisting question 2" since one user asked me to explain more for this question.
3 No 9-Mar-13 15:20 Pending Rupesh Kumar Tiwari
corrected the javascript function there were extra curly braces typing mistake.
2 No 6-Mar-13 18:37 Available Smitha Vijayan
Updates in content. 20 changes had been made.
1 No 6-Mar-13 16:39 Pending Rupesh Kumar Tiwari
Initial creation


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Rupesh Kumar Tiwari
Software Developer (Senior)
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I am a Senior Software Developer working since 2005 in Microsoft ASP.Net and related Technologies.

I work on C#, Asp.Net, MVC, RAZOR, Entity Framework, JavaScript, jQuery, HTML5, CSS3, WCF, Silverlight, WPF, MVVM, SQL, SSIS, etc. Did Function Point Analysis, WBS to estimate projects and worked on Agile Scrum team.

I enjoy on exploring new technologies by implementing and writing about them, great interest in learning Design Patterns and their implementations. I love learning, writing JavaScript; now my favorite JavaScript library is jQuery. I enjoy writing jQuery Plugins and core JavaScript. I also write Technical blogs here. You can find me on LinkedIn.

I wrote an article on Swami Vivekananda posted his audio speeches by reading them.

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