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MyStream: Social Lifestreaming with ASP.NET 4.0

, 11 Aug 2009 CPOL
Turn your current static website or blog into a lifestreaming portal with all your social activities with ASP.NET 4.0, C# 4.0, PLINQ, Task Parallel Library, Dependency Injection, and plug-in architecture.

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Tanzim Saqib
Software Developer (Senior) British Telecom, Telerik, Pageflakes
Bangladesh Bangladesh

Tanzim Saqib is a Software Designer, video podcaster and Microsoft “MVP” in ASP.NET, who spent half of his life with software. He has been helping British Telecom build next generation SaaS portals. He builds Web 2.0 for Business architectures for 3.5 million BT Business users and complex widget ecosystem and CMS Framework for all the SaaS subsystems in BT.


In 6 years in the industry, he worked for companies like .NET controls provider Telerik, personalized Web 2.0 start-page Pageflakes, SaaS based CMS provider Sitemasher in Canada as well as total University Automation for AIUB. He started programming at 12, since then he developed many applications ranging from desktop utilities to banking solution for CitiBank, Wells Fargo, HSBC and so on. He is also a Technical Reviewer at Addison-Wesley Professional and technology speaker.

While he is not jamming with the latest technologies, he contributes to open source projects, writes articles for the community, and blogs. He holds a bachelor degree in Computer Science.


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