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Current Entries

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25 Nov 2009
gstolarov
jQuery Based Ajax.Net library
1 Nov 2008
mahesh@indianic.com
The article explains all the aspects of a mobile website.
4 Mar 2009
Shivprasad koirala
The two interceptors: HttpModule and HttpHandlers
18 Sep 2012
Jani Giannoudis
User driven runtime dynamic ASP.NET Web Forms
3 Apr 2014
Sean Ewington
Web development beginner tutorials. A compilation of web development tutorials that serve as a beginner's walk to web development
28 Nov 2008
Denis Voituron
This article describes how to develop a reverse proxy in C# using the IIS HTTPHandlers.
3 Jan 2009
bhupiyujuan
This article will give you a brief idea about Ajax with XML & JSON
29 Nov 2008
Abhijit Jana
This article is a step by step guide to view state with details
8 Dec 2008
Anas Karkoukli
A new implementation of the Custom Profile Provider for ASP.NET 3.5, using LINQ, Workflow Foundation, and the Responsibility-Centric-Singleton DataContexts pattern.
10 Nov 2008
Mudit_Agarwal
To analyse the various security featutes for ASP.NET
2 Nov 2008
Shivprasad koirala
A tutorial on how to compile web pages to DLLs using the Express edition of Visual Web Develper 2008.
3 Mar 2009
Shivprasad koirala
Understand MVP, execute a sample project with MVP, and implement the same using a Windows UI.
2 Dec 2008
bhupiyujuan
Ajax Tutorial for Beginners: Part 1
29 Nov 2008
msp.netdev
How to create a Composite Control containing the features of Ajax ResizableControlExtender, CollapsiblePanelExtender and DragPanelExtender
6 Nov 2008
Shivprasad koirala
This is a detailed article on C# code reviews using StyleCop
14 Jan 2009
Mikael Sundfors
This article shows an easy way to create a guestbook using ASP.NET and XML serialization.
8 Sep 2009
Shivprasad koirala
The 3 Musketeers: Model, View and Controller using HTTPHandler – Part 1
16 Dec 2008
Aman Bhullar
Customer Support chat solution build using ASP.NET(2.0) with C# and XML as a database.
25 Nov 2008
Shivprasad koirala
7 steps to write your own custom rule using FXCOP
19 Nov 2008
Redouane Mounafia
How to dynamically load images in Crystal Reports in ASP.NET, using the TypedDataSet.
3 Nov 2008
SinghalMegha
Steps in CLR Profiling an ASP.Net application
19 Nov 2008
ToddHileHoffer
How to enable Gzip compression in IIS6.0 for ASP.NET 2.0 websites.
5 Nov 2008
Najmul Hoda
I have created a ComboBox control that mimics the functionality of Google suggest. As you type a search phrase, it automatically displays a list of matching entries in a dropdown.
29 Mar 2009
Shivprasad koirala
Reusable navigation and workflow for Windows and Web using Microsoft UIP blocks.
5 Nov 2008
Abhay Mhatre
A solution to handle session variable problems between classic ASP and ASP.NET web applications.
5 Nov 2008
Sandeep Aparajit
This article tells you how to save data from a DataSet into T-SQL tables.
28 Jan 2009
Sergiy Korzh
A small utility which allows to modify AssemblyVersion attribute specified in AssemblyInfo.cs files
31 Oct 2008
Radim Köhler
MVC Design pattern in comparison with MVP in the ASP.NET world
27 Nov 2008
Vincenzo Rossi
EasyForm allows you to create ASP.NET-like forms, with state keeping and server side event handling
30 Nov 2008
Javad Zarrinabadi
Sometimes you need to use a DropDownList in a GridView in a way to see the text of the field and save the value to the database. Here we extended the “BoundField” class, and add features to create a column type of “DropDownList”.
9 Nov 2008
Joel Abrahamsson
A class for unit testing ASP.NET data caching when using SQL Server.
25 Nov 2008
noname-2013
This article is from a public bug list of W3C, describing errors in XHTML 1.1 validation of ASP.NET pages.
2 Nov 2008
Ala Hamad
Make your Hyperlink control use JavaScript to create a popup window.
30 Nov 2008
mc_kappa
Describes the theory of how software development can be simplified even for mission critical applications
3 Nov 2008
Vimal Panara
Here we can use GridView control to display images in a gallery view with internal paging.
4 Nov 2008
Vimal Panara
Many time we face problem in SQL Query when performing operation with IN clause to check values seperated by ,(commas) in a parameter.
8 Sep 2009
Shivprasad koirala
The 3 Musketeers: - Model, View and Controller using ASP.NET MVC – Part 2
10 Nov 2008
Shivprasad koirala
How we can use interfaces and the Factory pattern to create a truly decoupled architectural framework.
17 Nov 2008
Kapil Khadgi
Communation between two machines using MSMQ.
6 Nov 2008
titan4028
Email Sending Web Service without attachment
7 Nov 2008
Ahmed Shokr
In this article I’ll explain a solution to secure web applications using custom membership and role providers with the Enterprise Library Security Application Block and code access security.
6 Nov 2008
Ponzano Paolo
Simple use of an interface to pass parameters from a Master page to User Controls.
6 Nov 2008
Raheel Afzal Khan
This article describes how to avoid multiple space elimination in ASP.NET Gridview Control.
4 Nov 2008
LesCardwell
Les Cardwell demonstrates how to build a double-entry accounting application using the latest code generation technology, Iron Speed Designer.
29 Nov 2008
Vahid Rassouli
Create a full AJAX-ed Web site very easily. It is so simple!
21 Nov 2008
Khandakar Fazley Rabbi
Life make easy to create data driven websites.
6 Nov 2008
SinghalMegha
Areas of concern in ASP.Net memory management
25 Nov 2008
Haresh Chaudhari
Resizing the very large size images with help of asp.net and vb.net
20 Nov 2008
Preetam Jain
it is a very good control in AJAX to make rounded type shape. We can create rounded shape in many shape by using Corners property of this control.
4 Nov 2008
Phil Porter PPG
Learn how to integrate a help system into any Iron Speed Designer generated application.

Current Participants

Those with articles that match the contest criteria are automatically entered.

Abhay Mhatre
Software Developer CSU Office of Chancellor
United States United States
No Biography provided
Abhijit Jana
Technical Lead
India India
.NET Consultant | Former Microsoft MVP - ASP.NET | CodeProject MVP, Mentor, Insiders| Technology Evangelist | Author | Speaker | Geek | Blogger | Husband

Blog : http://abhijitjana.net
Web Site : http://dailydotnettips.com
Twitter : @AbhijitJana
My Kinect Book : Kinect for Windows SDK Programming Guide
Ahmed Shokr
Architect INC Technologies
Kuwait Kuwait
+7 years of experience in designing and implementing Microsoft Based Solutions.
+5 years of experience in SharePoint implementations from MCMS 2002 to the latest version.
+3 years of experience as presales and technology advisory.
Strong analytic, design and client facing skills.
Strong record in consultation and presales with associated Gulf business understanding and market analysis.
Worked closely with Microsoft Kuwait & Qatar Offices SSPs, PTAs, PAMs and SAMs.
Extensive experience in BizTalk Server 2009, SSAS, PerformancePoint Services and Excel Services.
Active member in the Virtual Technology Specialist and Customer Immersion Experience programs.
Strong record in team leading and projects supervision.
Ala Hamad
Software Developer (Senior) LexisNexis
United States United States
No Biography provided
Aman Bhullar
Team Leader
India India
No Biography provided
Anas Karkoukli
Architect
Canada Canada
MCP, MCAD .NET

Blog: C# | B# | Stay#
bhupiyujuan
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Working as a Sr. software developer with 4 years of Experience in Software development.
Denis Voituron
Team Leader Trasys
Belgium Belgium
I am a trained civil engineer in computer science. After a few years as project manager of multimedia applications, I set up my IT company for almost 10 years. We created a CMS, software and websites for companies and public administrations. We received the award for “best company” for this job.

So, I obtained skills in several areas, and expertise in architecture, development and methodologies (MSF, Oracle, SQL Server, .NET).

I also have several years of experience in training for architecture and design software, database administration and network architecture of Windows.
gstolarov
http://www.GaspMobileGames.com
United States United States
Writing code since 1987 using whatever language/environment you can imagine. Recently got into the mobile games. Feel free to check them out at http://www.GaspMobileGames.com
Haresh Chaudhari
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
Jani Giannoudis
Software Developer (Senior)
Switzerland Switzerland
No Biography provided
Javad Zarrinabadi
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Iran (Islamic Republic of)
No Biography provided
Joel Abrahamsson
Architect Valtech
Sweden Sweden
No Biography provided
Kapil Khadgi
Architect Perficient Inc.
India India
When ever I do write a code or provide a solution, I do provide it with the feeling that this is the best way of doing it. After few day I find a new idea of doing the same thing with better way and I correct the previous solution. After few more days I again get a better solution for the same thing... and this is not stopping, I don't know what to do about this... Smile | :)
Khandakar Fazley Rabbi
Team Leader SoftwarePeople| Enfatico
Bangladesh Bangladesh
I work for SoftwarePeople. See my linkedin profile here
LesCardwell
United States United States
No Biography provided
mahesh@indianic.com
Software Developer (Senior) http://indianic.com/mobile-web-application.html
India India
Mahesh has worked on Asp.net and mobile technologies for last 4.6 years.

He has worked with mobile WAP site for more than a year.

The ideas presented here have been tested on more than 200 mobile devices. The logic presented here have got success on mostly all type of legacy to latest mobile devices including Sony, Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, Iphone and Gphone
mc_kappa
Architect
Mexico Mexico
Born in 1969. First prorgram made in commodore 64 on early 80s (storing it in regular audio cassettes). Then fortran in a PDP in middle 80s. First serious program at the age of 18th in GWBASIC in late 80s. So, almost 20 years programming.

From 2003 to 2006 engaged into a development outsourced by an international company. They couldn't make it.

Hired 2 years ago by one of our COOs to be in charge of the development, so I have control on what is developed and most importantly, how. Of course, the "what" is strongly influenced by what the users need.

I think we can make great things with C Sharp, I am applying all my knowledge and experience in programming for the over 20 years (including experience in implementing business systems) to the C# and .NET Techonology. I don't think we need to complicate our lives very much, we can program in a smarter way and just take advantage of what this language offers without reinventing the wheel.

However, in the last 18 months; I've been more engaged into JavaScript, CSS and a little bit of ASP (for the database connection) finding absolute no need of using the .NET framework yet acomplishing very important advances.

I don't like Visual Studio, by the way. I prefer to code by hand or using simpler IDEs... antiquated? Maybe, but still think it is better. You have the *control* in your hands. And actually, rather than "by hand", I simply mean creation of complex dynamic objects that would resolve UI characteritics dynamically (i.e., a repository of UI objects in the database or via XML or similar; and a big unique object capable to resolve such objects), instead of "dragging and dropping" objects creating a huge source code base.

Visual Studio is still for "programmers" (quoted).

Raised in Mexico but currently living in New Jersey (unitl October 2010)
Mikael Sundfors
Software Developer (Senior)
Finland Finland
Mikael Sundfors is a software developer living in Pietarsaari, Finland. He has been working with software development in .NET and in embedded Linux systems for over a decade. He is also a member of the Finnish Microsoft .NET Architect Council.

Here are some web pages he has made:
Naturplats
Mushroom World
msp.netdev
Software Developer
Italy Italy
No Biography provided
No Biography provided
Najmul Hoda
Software Developer (Senior) Birla Soft
India India
Najmul Hoda is a Master of Computer Application.
He has worked with .Net technologies in web development and has been programming since 2007.
He is very comfortable in various languages,RDBMS & platforms from C# to VB.NET with Access & MS SQLServer from Javascript,AJAX to ASP.NET, MVC.

Besides programming he loves playing mouth organ, guitar, listening to music,singing, bike riding & cricket.


Free website chat software
www.magixchat.com

noname-2013
Ukraine Ukraine
No Biography provided
Phil Porter PPG
Unknown
No Biography provided
Ponzano Paolo
Team Leader Triboo SpA
Italy Italy
I graduated on 2005 in Computer Science in Alessandria (Piedmont),Italy
On 2005 I worked for Dylog s.p.a (Turin) as Windows Application Developer (C#/FW1.1)
On 2006 I worked as .NET Developer for DeltaTre Informatica S.p.A. (Turin) taking part in the realization of IRB.COM and RUGBYWORLDCUP.COM websites
Starting from May 2008 I'm currently the Team Leader and Senior .NET Developer for at Triboo SpA (Milan/Alessandria), currently working full time in an ASP .NET 3.5 WebSite, offering at the same time my experience on other projects (.NET / Architectural one)
Preetam Jain
Software Developer
India India
Preetam shows great interests in working with Microsoft .net technologies. He is Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist. His area of expertise includes: C#, ASP.NET,ADO.NET,Web Forms & Web Services. He is Master's in Computer Application.
Radim Köhler
Web Developer
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Web developer since 2002, .NET since 2005

Competition is as important as Cooperation.

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Raheel Afzal Khan
CEO DatumSquare IT Services Pvt. Ltd.
Pakistan Pakistan
A computer science graduate with senior-level programming skills, Raheel Afzal has developed a number of management information systems and real estate portals. Through his work with other companies, Raheel was highly exposed to client relations, as well as American business models and operations.

Raheel started DatumSquare IT Services in 2009, facilitating daily operational management. His previous career experience and administration expertise have given him the insight and strategic planning skills to successfully transform a two-employee company into a thriving business with more than 60 highly skilled employees on staff.

Raheel presently resides in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, with his wife and two children. In his spare time he loves to read historical books and keep up with the latest worldly technological advancements.
Redouane Mounafia
Team Leader
Morocco Morocco
No Biography provided
Sandeep Aparajit
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Sandeep has 9+ yrs of IT experience. He is Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist and has been certified for Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .NET Solution Architectures.
He is an active member of:
1. MSDN Forums
2. CodeProject.com
3. Community-Credit.com
4. Blogspot.com

My Blog
More Info
Sean Ewington
Technical Writer CodeProject
Canada Canada
Sean Ewington is the Content Manager for CodeProject.

His background in programming is primarily C++ and HTML, but has experience in other, "unsavoury" languages.

He loves movies, and likes to say inconceivable often, even if it does not mean what he thinks it means.
Sergiy Korzh
Founder Korzh.com
Ukraine Ukraine
Software developer and entrepreneur.

Main projects:
* EasyQuery - ad-hoc data filtering UI for .NET applications;
* Localizer - localization tool kit for Delphi projects;
SinghalMegha
Unknown
No Biography provided
titan4028
Systems Engineer
Malaysia Malaysia
I am a Software Engineer base in a Manufacturing Company.
ToddHileHoffer
Web Developer
United States United States
Life.
Vahid Rassouli
Architect
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Iran (Islamic Republic of)
The only language I hate is *Basic!
Vimal Panara
Technical Lead IndiaNIC Infotech Ltd
India India
No Biography provided
Vincenzo Rossi
Software Developer (Senior)
Italy Italy
I'm a graduate in Computer Science.
I work with C++, Visual Basic 6, C#, asp, asp.Net, Windows Forms, SQL Server, Access, Flash.

I also like writing songs and playing around with my band Diversamente Rossi.
This is the video of the song Vivo così from the album L'immobile disegno (The immobile drawing).





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