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Current Entries

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22 Jan 2004
Wytek Szymanski
An article about a bi-directional communication using a single open connection.
29 Jan 2004
Daniel Zaharia
The article presents a way to enhance the use of the PropertyGid control with dynamic properties and globalization
25 Jan 2004
Jonathan de Halleux
NPerf is a framework for benchmarking classes and methods, that tastes like NUnit.
22 Feb 2004
Tom Clement
A magical edit menu that works with no connections to the rest of your project.
3 Jan 2004
Don Kackman
A command line ulitity that updates the version and GUID of VS.NET deployment project files.
11 May 2004
Jonathan Hodgson
This article presents VB.NET code to create thumbnail images from a directory of Adobe Acrobat PDF documents using the .NET Framework.
14 Jan 2004
Alastair Stell
Add style to DataGrid columns, custom columns.
9 Feb 2004
BrainJar
Using CAPTCHA images to prevent automated form submission
8 Jan 2004
Chris Maunder
A simpler and more flexible method of registering client-side Javascript within ASP.NET pages and controls.
2 Jan 2004
jconwell
This isn't an example on how to create a splash screen for your app. This article explains a clean way to encapsulate splash screen functionality into an inherited ApplicationContext class. This article also shows in detail what happens behind the scenes when a WinForm app starts.
20 Jan 2004
Microsoft - Compact Framework
Pocket PC Signature Application Sample
17 Jan 2004
Jonathan de Halleux
This library converts simple HTML documents to PDF.
12 Jan 2004
Niels Penneman
An article on writing a program to process .MD5 file verification databases
18 Jan 2004
Niels Penneman
ImageCombo control for .NET.
14 Jan 2004
Fact Pandit
ODBC Manager class that retrieves System and User DSNs and driver list.
22 Jan 2004
David S Hobbs
An ASP.NET Hit Counter control that's *very easy* to use.
27 Jan 2004
Jonathan de Halleux
A TST is a fast and memory efficient data structure for implementing a string dictionary.
12 Jan 2004
yetanotherchris
Do it yourself intellisense/autocompletion.
2 Feb 2004
Eduard Liebenberger
This article is about using simple databinding on XML documents by using strongly typed XML documents generated at runtime, taking advantage of System.Reflection.Emit and MSIL.
13 Jul 2004
Idael Cardoso
A C# MP3 compressor using "lame_enc.dll" from the LAME project.
7 Jan 2004
SathishVJ
Automatically adjust the width of the drop down list of a combo box to the width of its longest item string.
26 Feb 2004
Tambi Ashmoz
Voice-activated OS
19 Jan 2004
Marc Clifton
Ever need to customize the swapping function when sorting? This class lets you do that.
27 Jan 2004
Rajib Bahar
An article on authenticating user against Active Directory and Edirectory
4 Jan 2004
Jonathan Nethercott
Shows how to write a color button control for the .NET compact framework.
12 Jan 2004
Paul Selormey
A set of C# classes providing basic matrix operations
31 Jan 2004
CJCraft.com
This article lays down the basic groundwork for creating desktop application remote controls with the .NET Compact Framework.
18 Apr 2004
Matthew Brealey
C# Web Service to translate text using Babelfish.
15 Jan 2004
David S Hobbs
Demonstrates how to call ASP.NET webservices from the client within other languages and platforms.
18 Jan 2004
Atilla Ozgur
Pass variables between pages using QueryString and Format with Server.UrlEncode method.
30 Jan 2004
Ben Ratzlaff
How to create a class at runtime so you can use its properties in a PropertyGrid.
3 Jan 2004
Sune Trudslev
A generic implementation of the A* (AStar) path finding algorithm in C#.
11 Jan 2004
Mercy Ponnupandy
Writing Hello World in different styles using C# and .NET
20 Jan 2004
Microsoft - Compact Framework
Learn how to create a single .msi file that is run from the desktop to install an application on different Pocket PC devices. The development process is automated so it's easy to build and package all of the necessary components into the .msi file. Sample code is provided for C# and VB.NET.
22 Jan 2004
Mike Donovan
This article shows how to compress an image using the MPEG1 format
13 Jan 2004
Matthew Hazlett
Easy manipulation of graphical grids
11 Jan 2004
Natty Gur
This simple application gets any VS.NET project or assembly and displays all the assembly / project dependencies. All dependencies are shown in a tree view with images that indicate the assembly location (Bin, GAC or registered as COM+ component).
17 Jan 2004
Sune Trudslev
Document your C# code and have on-the-fly help directly integrated into Visual Studio .NET.
17 Jan 2004
deepeddie
Design & implementation of an Expression Parser using RPN in C#.
18 Jan 2004
Rajib Bahar
An article on HOW-TO grab MySQL schema in C#. This program utilizes ODBC API.
24 Apr 2005
RonVecchi
A custom webcontrol enhancing the ability to easily add a Macromedia Flash movie to your webforms.
11 Jan 2004
Mercy Ponnupandy
Using MSMQ from C#
21 Jan 2004
Ashley van Gerven
Follow these simple steps to enable a hotkey for your Windows Form. Use this user control to allow the user to specify their desired hotkey.
11 Jan 2004
bsargos
A light Color Picker inherited from ComboBox.
22 Jan 2004
Matt Berther
An article describing how to implement a custom ASP.NET validator.
5 Jan 2004
Niels Penneman
An article on Winamp and Windows API
26 Jan 2004
Bnaya Eshet
Unit Test Framework that support security context and multi threading stress
18 Jan 2004
SathishVJ
Tail utility for windows
19 Jan 2004
Microsoft - Compact Framework
Generating GUIDs on the Pocket PC
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Current Participants

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Alastair Stell
Web Developer
United States United States
I am Borg. I have six computers, a Lego mindstorm with video camera and I'm currently building a Dalek.

Generally I spend so much time in front of computers I probably glow in the dark.

However I like skiing, flying aircraft and the company of old women and young wines. Hang on? Isnt' that the wrong way round? I forget.

I will answer any question about anything. I am particularly good at things I know nothing about.

Where is my gin and tonic?
Ashley van Gerven
Australia Australia
Ash is a C# developer (MCAD) with a background developing e-commerce and content management solutions. His current role includes working with VOIP systems, integration and maintenance of business and billing apps. His personal projects include the ScrollingGrid web control to enable cross-browser freeze-header 2-way scrolling of DataGrids. His other interests include travel, cinema, Squash, photography, Muay Thai.
ashvin
Web Developer
United States United States
Senior Software Er.
Aspect Communication
San Jose USA CA

Atilla Ozgur
ISKUR
Turkey Turkey
I started programming in 1991 with Amiga 68000 Assembler. I am a web and database developer proficient in different languages and databases
Ben Ratzlaff
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Graduate of the Computer Science department at the University of Arizona
Bnaya Eshet
Chief Technology Officer Wise Mobility
Israel Israel
C.T.O and co-founder at wise-mobility l.t.d
www.wisemobility.com
http://bnaya.blogspot.com/
BrainJar
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
bsargos
Software Developer
France France
No Biography provided
Chris Maunder
Founder CodeProject
Canada Canada
Chris is the Co-founder, Administrator, Architect, Chief Editor and Shameless Hack who wrote and runs The Code Project. He's been programming since 1988 while pretending to be, in various guises, an astrophysicist, mathematician, physicist, hydrologist, geomorphologist, defence intelligence researcher and then, when all that got a bit rough on the nerves, a web developer. He is a Microsoft Visual C++ MVP both globally and for Canada locally.

His programming experience includes C/C++, C#, SQL, MFC, ASP, ASP.NET, and far, far too much FORTRAN. He has worked on PocketPCs, AIX mainframes, Sun workstations, and a CRAY YMP C90 behemoth but finds notebooks take up less desk space.

He dodges, he weaves, and he never gets enough sleep. He is kind to small animals.

Chris was born and bred in Australia but splits his time between Toronto and Melbourne, depending on the weather. For relaxation he is into road cycling, snowboarding, rock climbing, and storm chasing.
CJCraft.com
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
Daniel Zaharia
Web Developer
Romania Romania
No Biography provided
David S Hobbs
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I have been developing software on various platforms for over 14 years. For my sins I recently spent two years managing a development team at some large Redmond-based software company....

I'm now enjoying working as a freelance software developer from home, although I seem to be working harder than ever. My main area of work is ASP.Net development with C#.

I like to take as many holidays as possible, but always end up taking a book on software development with me. I'm not happy unless I'm learning something new.
deepeddie
Web Developer
United States United States
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
Fact Pandit
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
Idael Cardoso
Web Developer
France France
No Biography provided
jconwell
United States United States
I have been a professional developer since 1996. My experience comes from many different industries; Data Mining Software, Consulting, E-Commerce, Wholesale Operations, Clinical Software, Insurance, Energy.

I started programming in the military, trying to find better ways to analyze database data, eventually automating my entire job. Later, in college, I automated my way out of another job. This gave me the great idea to switch majors to the only thing that seemed natural…Programming!
Jonathan de Halleux
Engineer
United States United States
Jonathan de Halleux is Civil Engineer in Applied Mathematics. He finished his PhD in 2004 in the rainy country of Belgium. After 2 years in the Common Language Runtime (i.e. .net), he is now working at Microsoft Research on Pex (http://research.microsoft.com/pex).
Jonathan Hodgson
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Jonathan Hodgson works as Software Developer in London, UK.

He started programming in the '80s on a trusty 48k Spectrum before moving to PC development in the early 90s. During the working week most of his time is spent involved in application development both Windows and Web-based; .NET, C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server.

He is a Microsoft Certified Software Developer (MCSD) and MCP for developing web applications using ASP.NET in C# and is always looking for new projects and challenges to work on.

http://www.jonathanhodgson.co.uk/
Jonathan Nethercott
Software Developer (Senior) CodeWrite Ltd.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Jon is a Software engineer with over 25 years of experience, the last 9 of which have been using C# and ASP.NET. Previously he has used C++ and MFC. He has a degree in Electronic Systems Engineering.
Marc Clifton
United States United States
Marc is the creator of two open source projects, MyXaml, a declarative (XML) instantiation engine and the Advanced Unit Testing framework, and Interacx, a commercial n-tier RAD application suite.  Visit his website, www.marcclifton.com, where you will find many of his articles and his blog.

Marc lives in Philmont, NY.
Matt Berther
Web Developer
United States United States
I am a 31 year old software developer from Boise, Idaho. I have been working with computers since approximately age 12, when my 6th grade teacher got me hooked. My parents got me a Commodore 64 for Christmas that year, and it's been downhill ever since. Wink | ;)

I have taught myself software development, beginning with Microsoft's Visual Basic 4.0. Approximately 5 years ago, I was given an opportunity to work in the tech field for a company called HealthCast. HealthCast's web-based technology solutions manage and control access to applications and patient information stored in legacy systems, client-server applications, or web solutions.

I left HealthCast in February 2003, to pursue a fantastic opportunity with Healthwise. Healthwise provides content to organizations and informs people to help them make better health decisions, creating Prescription-Strength Information™ tools that doctors trust and consumers use.

I have been working with the .NET framework since version 1.0, beta 2 and have not looked back since. Currently, I am most intrigued by the uses of the .NET framework and XML to create distributed, reusable applications.
Matthew Brealey
United Kingdom United Kingdom
No Biography provided
Matthew Hazlett
Web Developer
United States United States
I started programming for fun when I was about 10 on an Franklin Ace 1000.

I still do it just for fun but it has gotten me a few jobs over the years. More then I can say for my Microsoft Certifications. Smile | :)

The way I learned was by example, now its time to give back to the next generation of coders.


Mercy Ponnupandy
Architect
United States United States
Architect / Consultant on Content Management and Cloud Computing... Artist and Author by the weekends...
No Biography provided
Mike Donovan
Engineer
United States United States
I hold the Division 1 record for most hours slept in a college semester.
Natty Gur
Web Developer
Israel Israel
Read my blog




Natty Gur is the founder and CTO of “The enterprise architects group” an international enterprise architecture consulting group based in Vestal, NY. Natty has 13 years of experience in the IT field, 7 of them focused on running enterprise architecture in companies and governmental bodies. Natty has written many articles and is a well known speaker on EA topics. You can reach natty at: natty@theeagroup.net

Niels Penneman
Belgium Belgium
No Biography provided
Paul Selormey
Engineer
Japan Japan
Systems Engineer
Rajib Bahar
Architect
United States United States
Over the course of his 16+year career, Rajib Bahar has been a creative problem solver, finding innovative solutions to clients’ data questions, issues and challenges. He works primarily in Business Intelligence, and Data analytics practice with experience in BigData, DataScience, & Cloud computing environments. His career initially started in the unix world submitting perl and fortran jobs to super-computers back in 2000. This was before Big Data and distributed computing got Big. Later on, he moved on to .NET application development roles, and worked with variety of Database systems such as MS Sql Server, MySQL, PostgresSQL, DB2, & Oracle. Around 2008, he started working in Business Intelligence and/or Datawarehousing practice utilizing both Ralph Kimball and Inmon methodologies. Currently, he is working in Big Data platforms and connecting it with SQL Server 2016, R, Python, and building POCs on Data Science for BI projects. He also enjoys working with visualization tools such as Power BI, Tablue, and QlikView. His recent venture in the Data world includes a podcast on BigData, Data Science, DBMS, analytics, and cloud computing. The podcast is also syndicated across iTunes and YouTube. The link to podcast is http://www.soundcloud.com/data-podcast.

He has also served as a Board of Members of directors at KFAI radio, PASSMN, and various other non-profits. His expertise in data have led to savings at KFAI radio on expensive software license costs, reduced paper expense via online voting. Currently, he spends time contributing to the Data Visualization challenge the station faces.

Feel free to connect with Rajib @rajib2k5 or linkedin.com/in/rajibb
RonVecchi
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
SathishVJ
France France
~/sathishvj
Sune Trudslev
Web Developer
Denmark Denmark
Sune has been programming since 1985.

He has worked with both assembler and many different programming languages, such as: Basic, Fortran, Pascal, C, C++, Delphi, and lately C#.

Sune is married and has two small children and is currently working as a developer for a Danish company called Skygate, currenly working on a cheap flight search engine called Momondo.

Personal blog can be found here.
Tambi Ashmoz
Israel Israel
No Biography provided
Tom Clement
Product Manager
United States United States
I've been programming in C, C++, Visual Basic and C# for over 30 years. I've worked at Sierra Systems, ViewStar, Mosaix, Lucent, Avaya, Avinon, Apptero, Serena and now Guidewire Software in various roles over my career.
Wytek Szymanski
Web Developer
United States United States
I am a consultant, trainer, software archtect/engineer, since the early 1980s, working in the greater area of Boston, MA, USA.

My work comprises the entire spectrum of software, shrink-wrapped applications, IT client-server, systems and protocol related work, compilers and operating systems, and more ....

I am currently focused on platform development for distributed computing in service oriented data centers.
yetanotherchris
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
London based C# programmer.

I maintain my own pet C# site http://www.sloppycode.net in my spare time.
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