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Windows 7: Taskbar Extension in Event in Time Application

, 12 Jan 2010 CPOL
Big idea with simple implementation (you use it daily)
assaf7
EventsDiagram.cd
Properties
bin
Debug
data.bin
Microsoft.WindowsAPICodePack.dll
Microsoft.WindowsAPICodePack.Shell.dll
audio.wav
Resources
nextArrow.ico
prevArrow.ico
add.png
edit.png
error.png
reload.png
data.bin
Microsoft.WindowsAPICodePack.dll
Microsoft.WindowsAPICodePack.Shell.dll
assaf7.exe
assaf7.vshost.exe
audio.wav

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Ahmed Ibrahim Assaf
Software Developer (Senior) ITWorx Education
Egypt Egypt
Developing solution for multi-channel e-Business solutions in different business sectors with focus in Banking, Trading, Commerce, Government and services sectors.

Also Outsourcing @ Al Rajhi Bank in KSA,
Supporting:
(SMS Banking. Gateway System, IPhone & IPad App, Middleware)

Specialties:
Cross Platform (Hybrid) Mobile Application (iOS, Android, BlackBerry, WP8),
Using PhoneGap and Cordova.

Technologies:
OOAD, OOP,
Design Patterns, Problem Solving,
C/C++,C#, VB.Net,Asp.Net,Objective C, PhoneGap, Cordova, Xamarin
JavaScript, jQuery, jQueryMobile,CSS3, HTML5, Nodejs.
And Fetching Titanium, Backbone.js, Underscore.js, knockoutjs And Angularjs.

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