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Globalization, Internationalization (I18N), and Localization using C# and .NET 2.0

, 2 Nov 2009
The globalization, internationalization (I18N), and localization of Windows applications in the .NET 2.0 platform.

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Kumar, Ravikant INDIA Bangalore
Software Developer (Senior) Philips
India India
Have been working with computers since the early 00's. Since then I've been building, fixing, configuring, installing, coding and designing with them. At present I mainly code windows applications in C#, WCF, WPF and SQL. I'm very interested in Design Patterns and try and use these generic principles in all new projects to create truly n-tier architectures. Also I like to code for making the User Interface very attractive...
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