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Current Entries

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11 Jan 2003
Kristen Wegner
Discussion of techniques for fast, robust, light-weight XML parsing.
25 Jan 2003
A. Riazi
Use WiNRADiO card to add radio support to your desktop computer
5 Jan 2003
Wouter Dhondt
Finding crash information using the MAP file: how to create and read the file
3 Jan 2003
George Anescu
Presenting the C++ implementation of some known and efficient Message-Digest algorithms (MD, RIPEMD, SHA) and a full FileDigest program that is applying the mentioned algorithms.
7 Mar 2004
John Indigo
Screen Designer Classes for MFC applications
23 Apr 2003
Paul Vickery
Function to move or copy items and their children in a tree control
14 Mar 2004
dacris
This utility converts projects and solutions from VS.NET 7.0 to VS.NET 7.1 and vice versa.
29 Jan 2003
Venkat Raman
This article describes a data transfer over various IPC mechansisms
19 Mar 2003
Mike Carruth
This article describes how to use the CrashRpt library to generate crash report for your application that can be debugged using WinDbg or VS.NET.
19 Jan 2003
peterchen
Setting up doxygen, a free tool to document your code, in a few simple steps.
21 Jan 2003
James R. Twine
An article that describes yet another hyperlink control
19 Jan 2003
Mohamed Abdel-Monem
This article explains how to support the Arabic language in your applications written for Windows CE.
17 Dec 2003
Daniel Strigl
Learn how to make your Pocket PC speak with your mobile phone.
19 Sep 2014
Simon Cooke
A bi-partite circular buffer for high performance buffering, where it comes from, and why you'd want to use it.
12 Jan 2003
Rama Krishna Vavilala
This is a tool similar to RegSvr32, but it allows for registration of COM servers for the current user only.

Current Participants

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James R. Twine
President JRTwine Software, LLC
United States United States
Programming since the age of 10, started professionally at the age of 17. Currently involved in both Client and Server side development on Win32 platforms for MC/HA/FT financial applications. Development experience with Win32, Win16, Linux and other flavors of Unix.

Extensive multithreaded development experience on Windows platforms using the Win32 SDK, and MFC.

Experience with HA/FT n-tiered Client/Server systems as well as GUI apps of varying complexity. Some experience with Game developement.

Having learned that the stuff you can barely get away with doing Client-side apps just does not cut it in the real "Server World", I am amazed how many 'professionals' cannot tell the difference between "works" and "correct" or try to (mis)use VB and/or MFC on server-side development projects, never considering that just because it RUNS, does not mean it runs WELL.

Lastly, I am also a collector of arcade games, and can perform repairs, conversions, etc. Search for my name, you will find me on lots of arcade-related documents and sites.

Sites of interest(?):
http://www.jrtwine.com
http://www.jrtwine.com/jtwine
http://www.signingtime.com
http://www.deletefxpfiles.com
http://www.checkfavorites.com
http://www.coinop.org
A. Riazi
CEO Misbah3Com
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Iran (Islamic Republic of)
I was born in Shiraz, a very beautiful famous city in Iran. I started programming when I was 12 years old with GWBASIC. Since now, I worked with various programming languages from Basic, Foxpro, C/C++, Visual Basic, Pascal to MATLAB and now Visual C++.
I graduated from Iran University of Science & Technology in Communication Eng., and now work as a system programmer for a telecommunication industry.
I wrote several programs and drivers for Synthesizers, Power Amplifiers, GPIB, GPS devices, Radio cards, Data Acqusition cards and so many related devices.
I'm author of several books like Learning C (primary and advanced), Learning Visual Basic, API application for VB, Teach Yourself Object Oriented Programming (OOP) and etc.
I'm winner of January, May, August 2003 and April 2005 best article of month competetion, my articles are:


You can see list of my articles, by clicking here

dacris
Web Developer
Canada Canada
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Daniel Strigl
Austria Austria
No Biography provided
George Anescu
Web Developer
Romania Romania
No Biography provided
John Indigo
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
No Biography provided
Kristen Wegner
Web Developer
United States United States
I'm a developer at a medical technology company. I've worked on various healthcare-oriented projects, from computer-aided surgery (visualization, intraoperative navigation, path planning for tumor stereotaxis), clinical intelligence systems, etc.

In my time outside of work, which is minimal, I read Science Fiction novels, play the piano, and spend time with my friends down at the lake - a gaggle of Branta Canadensis.

Have *you* hugged a goose today?
Mike Carruth
Software Developer
United States United States
I have been developing Windows applications professionally since 1998. I currently live and work near Seattle, WA.
Mohamed Abdel-Monem
Chief Technology Officer www.mmonem.com
Egypt Egypt
No Biography provided
Paul Vickery
Software Developer (Senior)
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Originally from an electronics background, I moved into software in 1996, partly as a result of being made redundant, and partly because I was very much enjoying the small amount of coding (in-at-the-deep-end-C) that I had been doing!

I swiftly moved from C to C++, and learned MFC, and then went on to real-time C on Unix. After this I moved to the company for which I currently work, which specialises in Configuration Management software, and currently program mainly in C/C++, for Windows. I have been gradually moving their legacy C code over to use C++ (with STL, MFC, ATL, and WTL). I have pulled in other technologies (Java, C#, VB, COM, SOAP) where appropriate, especially when integrating with third-party products.

In addition to that, I have overseen the technical side of the company website (ASP, VBScript, JavaScript, HTML, CSS), and have also worked closely with colleagues working on other products (Web-based, C#, ASP.NET, SQL, etc).

For developing, I mainly use Visual Studio 2010, along with an in-house-designed editor based on Andrei Stcherbatchenko's syntax parsing classes, and various (mostly freeware) tools. For website design, I use Dreaweaver CS3.

When not developing software, I enjoy listening to and playing music, playing electric and acoustic guitars and mandolin.
peterchen
Klippel
Germany Germany
Peter is tired of being called "Mr. Chen", even so certain individuals insist on it. No, he's not chinese.

Peter has seen lots of boxes you youngsters wouldn't even accept as calculators. He is proud of having visited the insides of a 16 Bit Machine.

In his spare time he ponders new ways of turning groceries into biohazards, or tries to coax South American officials to add some stamps to his passport.

Beyond these trivialities Peter works for Klippel[^], a small german company that wants to make mankind happier by selling them novel loudspeaker measurement equipment.


Where are you from?[^]



Please, if you are using one of my articles for anything, just leave me a comment. Seeing that this stuff is actually useful to someone is what keeps me posting and updating them.
Should you happen to not like it, tell me, too
Rama Krishna Vavilala
Architect
United States United States
No Biography provided
Simon Cooke
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Sr. Software Engineer in Microsoft's Advanced Technology Group.

Previously: Director of Engineering for X-Ray Kid Studios.

Principle Software Engineer at Surreal Software (a division of Midway Games), Seattle.

Used to write fast networking code for ultra-fast CCD based mass spectrometers for Intelligent Ion.

Lead engineer and architect on photo editing and genealogy software at Sierra Online.

Lowly grunt dev at Microsoft working on Windows Forms for the .NET framework.

Software consultant for netFUSION Ltd, Software Development specialist for netFUSION Inc, and software engineer on a servo based laser measurement system for Accurule Inc. Used to measure hot steel. You know, the kind that comes out white hot from a steel mill.

Also programmed for the SAM Coupe home computer, worked as a freelance journalist for Your Sinclair magazine and a whole bunch of others. You could say I've been around the block a few times.
Venkat Raman
Web Developer
India India
Iam a software developer from Chennai, India. I've been working mainly under windows environment.I am attracted to various programming languages including : C/C++, Python. I've been programming VC++/MFC, ATL/COM, Lex & Yacc and database design/development ( SQL/Oracle ) for the past two years.


Wouter Dhondt
Web Developer
Belgium Belgium
Wouter got interested in computers and programming at the age of 12 (using a 286 and basic). Several years and an electronics degree later, he started working as a software engineer. In the summer of 2001, Wouter created Fping as an alternative to the windows ping program (just for his own amusement). Amazed by the response / interest, he founded kwakkelflap.com to ensure a better distribution for the tool. Several other applications have been released since...
 
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