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Current Entries

Articles that match the contest criteria are automatically entered. The top 15 entries are shown.

4 Jan 2004
Davide Icardi
With this tool the developer can define the application prerequisites and install the correct version of these components in the correct order based on the user operating system type and language, allow the user to download these components from the web or install these components directly.
12 Oct 2003
Paul Riley
Customizing the NoSpamEmailHyperlink to cause maximum damage to the spam harvesters.
22 Oct 2003
Paul Riley
A look at ASP.NET custom control properties and rendering to HTML.
11 Nov 2003
Sumeet Kumar
This article explains how it is possible to seamlessly set breakpoints, step into, set watches and examine local variables for .NET framework classes as well as any other managed assemblies.
20 Feb 2005
Alvaro Mendez
A class library for reading/writing XML files, config files, INI files, or the Registry using one simple interface.
27 Oct 2003
Paul Wijntjes (dominion99)
This article shows you how to get a valid ClientTicket for connecting to a MSN server
24 Oct 2003
miahrugger
This article explains how to send a raw Ethernet packet using C# and a NDIS Protocol Driver.
25 Oct 2003
Jeff Varszegi
A Comprehensive Logging Package for .NET
16 Apr 2004
Sami Vaaraniemi
An article on how to implement globalization support for ASP.NET pages through attributes and reflection
22 Oct 2003
Paul Riley
Fighting back against the e-mail harvesters.
21 Oct 2003
SKI_BUM
Learn how easy it is to create Dynamic/Transparent proxies in .NET using DynamicProxy.NET
19 May 2004
Corinna John
An article about hiding bytes in the bitmap frames of uncompressed AVI files.
21 Oct 2003
Paul Welter
The NetSpell project is a spell checking engine written entirely in managed C# .NET code.
25 Oct 2003
Don Kackman
Calling Application.EnableVisualStyles prevents images from an ImageList from appearing on Windows Common Controls
11 Oct 2003
Paul Riley
Adding full design time functionality to your custom control in a few easy steps.

Current Participants

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

Alvaro Mendez
Web Developer
United States United States
I've done extensive work with C++, MFC, COM, and ATL on the Windows side. On the Web side, I've worked with VB, ASP, JavaScript, and COM+. I've also been involved with server-side Java, which includes JSP, Servlets, and EJB, and more recently with ASP.NET/C#.
Corinna John
Software Developer
Germany Germany
Corinna lives in Hanover/Germany and works as a C#/Delphi developer.
Davide Icardi
Software Developer
Italy Italy
No Biography provided
Don Kackman
Team Leader Starkey Laboratories
United States United States
The first computer program I ever wrote was in BASIC on a TRS-80 Model I and it looked something like:
10 PRINT "Don is cool"
20 GOTO 10

It only went downhill from there.

Hey look, I've got a blog
Jeff Varszegi
Technical Lead
United States United States
No Biography provided
miahrugger
Web Developer
United States United States
MCSE, MCSD, MCDBA, CCNA
Paul Riley
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Paul lives in the heart of En a backwater village in the middle of England. Since writing his first Hello World on an Oric 1 in 1980, Paul has become a programming addict, got married and lost most of his hair (these events may or may not be related in any number of ways).

Since writing the above, Paul got divorced and moved to London. His hair never grew back.

Paul's ambition in life is to be the scary old guy whose house kids dare not approach except at halloween.
Paul Welter
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
No Biography provided
Paul Wijntjes (dominion99)
Software Developer (Senior) Traxion
Netherlands Netherlands
I am 27 year and live in the Netherlands. I have graduated in 2004, for the study Computer Science. After my study I have started working as a Technical Consultant in the Identity & Access management branch (http://www.traxion.com).

I have acquired my MCSE and MCSD certifications. Currently I developing a lot of cool things in .NET & Java, I'm also upgrading my certifications to .NET 2.0.

I am the main programmer for the product that we are developing within our company it's called the IM Sequencer (Formally known as the MIIS Sequencer). This product enables users to control the execution from the management agents in MIIS (Microsoft Identity Integration Server) or as it is called now ILM 2007 (Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007) it also generates extensive reports that contains all the results from the management agents that enables administrators to easily track down errors or failures.

Check out the products website http://www.traxionsolutions.com/imsequencer. There are allot of cool features implemented, is uses WMI to connect and communicate with MIIS \ ILM, threading to execute multiple agents, XSLT for reporting transformation, XML for configuration, WinForms for displaying and Win Service for the scheduler engine, very cool!

You can reach me at paul.wijntjes@gmail.com
Sami Vaaraniemi
Web Developer
Finland Finland
Sami Vaaraniemi has been working as a software developer since 1990, primarily on Microsoft technologies. After 12 years of Win32 API and C++ he switched to .NET. He currently works as an independent consultant and can be contacted through his website at www.capehill.net.
SKI_BUM
Web Developer
Denmark Denmark
10 years experience in software design. In my job as a software architect I work with Java and J2EE. .net is so far only a hobby project, but nonetheless interesting Wink | ;-)
Sumeet Kumar
Web Developer
India India
Sumeet is the main architect of Copernicus, a Hospital Information System owned by Eutech Cybernetics and loves development, esp. in Visual Basic .Net as it removes so many of the limitations that were so frustrating in VB6.

He practiced as a General Surgeon for many years in India before finding his real passion was software development. Sumeet stays in Pondicherry, a small town just south of Chennai, in India, as he loves its peaceful and very special atmosphere
 
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