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Best "Everything Else" Article of March 2016

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Current Entries

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24 Mar 2016
Wolfgang Foerster
3D Tools for the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
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21 Mar 2016
Marc Clifton
Based on Razor template engine syntax, a straightforward, extensible, easy to maintain implementation of a templating engine.
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2 Apr 2018
Clifford Nelson
This gives the code to create a cursor from a character in a font.
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16 Apr 2017
Mosi_62
Approximate a polynimial function in an overdetermined system. Using the normal equation or orthogonal transformations.
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15 Mar 2016
Sacha Barber
An article on how to use the open source Apache Kafka messaging framework, with a bit of RxScala thrown in for good luck
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29 Feb 2016
Kenneth Haugland
How to connect hot observables to Rx
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29 Mar 2016
wells cheung
Angular Single-Page Application, MEF, Privilege Control, WCF Restful Service, ui-router,
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20 Mar 2016
Rob Kraft
We often hesitate to take the action that shows we are committed to doing something new. We read about it, analyze it, and try to understand it; but real learning requires that we go beyond reading. We must DO.
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28 Mar 2016
Mr. xieguigang 谢桂纲
machine playing snake game
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1 Apr 2016
Nagaraj Krishnamurthy
This article goes into the details of how to write a Linux Device Driver for a pseudo Ethernet device simulated on a Qemu platform.
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8 Mar 2016
Qwertie
Well, not literally. Enhanced C# supports pattern matching, ADTs, and tuples, so Plain C# gets all that by transitivity.
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7 Apr 2016
Sami Pylkkänen
Article shows how to setup ASP.NET 4.5.2 and ASP.NET 5 projects for Angular 2 application and how to enable Angular 2 typescript debugging in Visual Studio.
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10 May 2021
Ryan S White
Converts past and real-time stock market tick data into time-sliced summaries called Briefs
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23 Mar 2016
Rubén Hinojosa Chapel
Prototype for a plugin architecture based on the Prism Library and the Modern UI for WPF (MUI) toolkit
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24 Mar 2016
Steve Naidamast
ASP.NET WebForms… Redux
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20 Mar 2016
Michael Chourdakis
My ideas about remote debugging and my implementation.
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27 Mar 2016
Kenneth Haugland
Create cold observables, intercept observables and split observable into async tasks.
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20 Mar 2016
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan
In this episode I am going to talk about using graphical applications in Mono. The graphical framework to use would be Windows Forms.
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6 Mar 2016
Hiske Bekkering
A simple explanation of how to synchronize custom painting with a ProgressBar's default painting.
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4 Mar 2016
JorgeLuisOrejel
This article is based on Chapter 2 of my unpublished textbook “Applied Algorithms and Data Structures.”
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2 Mar 2016
Antonio Miras
Programatically set a static IP, subnet mask and gateway to an ethernet network adapter on your local machine
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1 Mar 2016
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
In response to an interesting Quick Questions & Answers Inquirer's request, I'm showing how to create an impression of window rotation in a simple way
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6 Mar 2016
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan
What Windows runtime can teach .NET developers
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15 Mar 2016
Satbir S
A worker thread gives you parallel processing power
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21 Mar 2016
B. Clay Shannon
Creating a simple sample Excel Pie Chart, with labeled slices using C# and Excel Interop
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15 Mar 2016
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter
Convert numbers of any base to base10...
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4 Mar 2016
Rishabh S Ajmera
Second post in a series of articles that show practical application of CQRS architecture with emphasis on decoupling messaging as infrastructure component
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24 Mar 2016
lw@zi
Simple way to do basic mathematical operations on large positive natural and decimal base 10 numbers
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23 Mar 2016
Chris Boss
This series of articles is about getting started in using the PowerBasic Windows native code compiler.
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23 Mar 2016
DonSn
The XmlServer is a multi-threaded server application that listens for client requests, invokes "Operators", and responds to client requests.
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18 Mar 2016
johnniealan
This article describes about adding progress bar in cell.
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24 Mar 2016
Christian Specht
My home backup strategy, part 3: Non-technical family members
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27 Mar 2016
Jacob Himes
An automated approach to updating business models intelligently, by updating a destination model with a source model only on properties whose values differ.
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20 Mar 2016
Sumit Samediya
In this article we will learn how to generate Barcode and QR code in Windows Universal App.
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26 Mar 2016
Amit Kumar Tiwari
.NET to Hadoop connection using Keytab file
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1 Mar 2016
Emiliano Musso
In this short article we will see how to create a SQL database using the services provided by Microsoft Azure cloud platform, and then connect to it via C # code, to perform the normal data insertion and retrieval operations
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7 Mar 2016
Sibeesh Passion
How to programmatically change the element or page into full screen
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24 Mar 2016
Clifford Nelson
WPF popup enumerated button control
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17 Mar 2016
Sibeesh Passion
In this article we will learn how we can create some client side chart widgets with the data from SQL Server database. We use MVC architecture with Web API and Angular JS to fetch the data and do all the manipulations. I am creating this application in Visual Studio 2015.
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3 Mar 2016
witnes
CRUD with filtering for MongoDB version 2 driver
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4 Mar 2016
Ondrej_Uzovic
Simple example showing how to implement secured authenticated communication using the SRP protocol.
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25 Mar 2016
freedeveloper
Simple Implementation of Google API IDataStore that use MS-SQL server to store your token file
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11 Mar 2016
Raymund Macaalay
For this article, we will be creating a simple password reset of a user in Google which is very useful when you want to revoke access for a user in your domain, but leaving the account readable as long as you have the password.
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18 Mar 2016
Robert Gowland
Reduce duplicate code in your unit tests with NUnit's parameterized testing attributes. Learn how with this easy refactoring exercise.
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9 Mar 2016
The Zakies
C++ / CLI into to using C++ CLI and using GDI library

Current Participants

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

lw@zi
Employed (other)
Netherlands Netherlands
No Biography provided
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan
Software Developer
Pakistan Pakistan
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan is a computer programmer from Rabwah, Pakistan, currently living in The Netherlands, likes .NET Core and Node.js for regular everyday development. Afzaal Ahmad works at Adyen as a Developer Advocate.

He is an expert with Cloud, Mobile, and API development. Afzaal has experience with the Azure platform and likes to build cross-platform libraries/software with .NET Core. Afzaal is an Alibaba Cloud MVP, twice he has been awarded Microsoft MVP status for his community leadership in software development, four times CodeProject MVP status for technical writing and mentoring, and 4 times C# Corner MVP status in the same field.
Amit Kumar Tiwari
Technical Lead
United States United States
I am a developer in Microsoft Technologies like .NET, SharePoint etc.
Antonio Miras
Software Developer
Spain Spain
I'm a software developer located on Almería, Spain.

I'm interested in everything related to software, from mobile to desktop systems, from web development to native applications, from videogames to raspberry pi.

I usually code in C#/Javascript/C++ altough I have developed minor projects in Python and Java.
B. Clay Shannon
Founder Across Time & Space
United States United States
I am in the process of morphing from a software developer into a portrayer of Mark Twain. My monologue (or one-man play, entitled "The Adventures of Mark Twain: As Told By Himself" and set in 1896) features Twain giving an overview of his life up till then. The performance includes the relating of interesting experiences and humorous anecdotes from Twain's boyhood and youth, his time as a riverboat pilot, his wild and woolly adventures in the Territory of Nevada and California, and experiences as a writer and world traveler, including recollections of meetings with many of the famous and powerful of the 19th century - royalty, business magnates, fellow authors, as well as intimate glimpses into his home life (his parents, siblings, wife, and children).

Peripatetic and picaresque, I have lived in eight states; specifically, besides my native California (where I was born and where I now again reside) in chronological order: New York, Montana, Alaska, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Idaho, and Missouri.

I am also a writer of both fiction (for which I use a nom de plume, "Blackbird Crow Raven", as a nod to my Native American heritage - I am "½ Cowboy, ½ Indian") and nonfiction, including a two-volume social and cultural history of the U.S. which covers important events from 1620-2006: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/blackbirdcraven
Chris Boss
Software Developer Computer Workshop
United States United States
Chris Boss is the owner (and programmer) of a small software development business in rural Virginia, called the Computer Workshop. For the last ten years or so he has been developing tools for use by Powerbasic programmers (see: http://powerbasic.com ). His main product called EZGUI (Easy GUI) is a high level GUI engine with Visual Designer and code generator. It is in its fifth generation now. He is an experienced Windows API programmer (more low level) and has experience in writing GUI engines (forms/controls), drag and drop Visual Designers, Graphics engines (printing and to the screen) and one of his favorites is a Sprite engine (2D animated movable images). His current project is version 5.0 of his main product EZGUI, adding such features as multi-monitor support, component engine, custom control engine, superclass engine and the latest project a 3D OpenGL based custom control. One of the goals he has is to push the limits of Windows software development, while making it easy, fast execution speed, small footprint (size of executables) and code reusability while providing a more graphic experience in user interfaces, while still being able to write software which can fit on a floppy disk (small footprint), use minimal amount of memory and able to run on multiple versions of Windows from 95 to Win8.
Christian Specht
Software Developer
Germany Germany
No Biography provided
Clifford Nelson
Software Developer (Senior) Clifford Nelson Consulting
United States United States
Has been working as a C# developer on contract for the last several years, including 3 years at Microsoft. Previously worked with Visual Basic and Microsoft Access VBA, and have developed code for Word, Excel and Outlook. Started working with WPF in 2007 when part of the Microsoft WPF team. For the last eight years has been working primarily as a senior WPF/C# and Silverlight/C# developer. Currently working as WPF developer with BioNano Genomics in San Diego, CA redesigning their UI for their camera system. he can be reached at qck1@hotmail.com.
DonSn
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Developer
Emiliano Musso
Software Developer
Italy Italy
Working in IT since 2003 as Software Developer for Essetre Srl, a company in Northern Italy.
I was awarded in 2014, 2015 and 2016 with Microsoft MVP, for Visual Studio and Development Technologies expertise. My technology interests and main skills are in .NET Framework, Visual Basic, Visual C# and SQL Server, but i'm proficient in PHP and MySQL also.
freedeveloper
Software Developer (Senior) Avalon Development
United States United States
Jose A. Garcia Guirado, Electronic Engineer, graduated in Havana/Cuba 1982, MCTS, MCSD.NET, MCAD.NET, MCSE. Worked in the Institute for Cybernetics and Mathematics of Academy of Science of Cuba for 8 years; since 1995 working as free software architect, developer and adviser, first in Argentina and from 2003 to 2010, in Germany as External consultant in DWS Luxembourg, AIXTRON AG and Shell Deutschland GmbH and from 2010 to 2012 in Mexico working for Twenty Century Fox, and Mexico Stock Exchange (BMV). From 2010 to now in USA, Florida, First in FAME Inc. and now as Senior Software Engineer in Spirit Airlines.
Hiske Bekkering
Software Developer
Netherlands Netherlands
I am a software developer with over 20 years experience and I am based in Amsterdam, working on projects involving C#, VB.Net, SQL Server, SSAS, SSIS and legacy VB6.

I believe that no single suite of components will provide each and every bit of functionality in precisely the fashion any particular project may require over its life-cycle. That’s why I have a keen interest in finding out how standard controls might be gently manipulated into submission to provide extraordinary functionality.

My favorite tech book is Framework Design Guidelines by Krzysztof Cwalina and Brad Adams, a must-read for anyone interested in writing reusable code organized in tightly-knit frameworks.
Jacob Himes
Software Developer
United States United States
Jacob is an innovative software engineer with a proven track record in creating viable complete software solutions from complex problems quickly and effectively. Possesses a tremendous passion for discovering and taking advantage of absolute cutting edge technology the IT world offers, and applying novel solutions while adhering to traditional best practices. Demonstrates a strong background in enterprise business software, and coordinating complex initiatives.
johnniealan
Team Leader
United States United States
My passion is working on solutions architecture and software development, using an extensive range of technical knowledge and expertise in protocol and driver development, programming, communication peripherals and software applications. Leading projects with major global clients I have developed strong skills in all stages of the software development lifecycle and project management, and possess strong communication skills for working with stakeholders from different backgrounds to understand requirements, lead development and testing, deliver reporting, training and post-implementation support.

I am ambitious and committed to always providing a professional service, and am proud to have consistently received promotions and awards in reward and recognition programs.
JorgeLuisOrejel
United States United States
No Biography provided
Kenneth Haugland
Engineer
Norway Norway
No Biography provided
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter
Software Developer (Senior)
Israel Israel
Born in Hungary, got my first computer at age 12 (C64 with tape and joystick). Also got a book with it about 6502 assembly, that on its back has a motto, said 'Try yourself!'. I believe this is my beginning...

Started to learn - formally - in connection to mathematics an physics, by writing basic and assembly programs demoing theorems and experiments.

After moving to Israel learned two years in college and got a software engineering degree, I still have somewhere...

Since 1997 I do development for living. I used 286 assembly, COBOL, C/C++, Magic, Pascal, Visual Basic, C#, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, PHP, ASP, ASP.NET, C# and some more buzzes.

Since 2005 I have to find spare time after kids go bed, which means can't sleep to much, but much happier this way...

Free tools I've created for you...


Marc Clifton
Architect Interacx
United States United States
Blog: https://marcclifton.wordpress.com/
Home Page: http://www.marcclifton.com
Research: http://www.higherorderprogramming.com/
GitHub: https://github.com/cliftonm

All my life I have been passionate about architecture / software design, as this is the cornerstone to a maintainable and extensible application. As such, I have enjoyed exploring some crazy ideas and discovering that they are not so crazy after all. I also love writing about my ideas and seeing the community response. As a consultant, I've enjoyed working in a wide range of industries such as aerospace, boatyard management, remote sensing, emergency services / data management, and casino operations. I've done a variety of pro-bono work non-profit organizations related to nature conservancy, drug recovery and women's health.
Michael Chourdakis
Software Developer
Greece Greece
I'm working in C++, PHP , Java, Windows, iOS, Android and Web (HTML/Javascript/CSS).

I 've a PhD in Digital Signal Processing and Artificial Intelligence and I specialize in Pro Audio and AI applications.

My home page: https://www.turbo-play.com
Mosi_62
Tester / Quality Assurance Annax Switzerland AG
Switzerland Switzerland
Computers are very straight... They always do exactly what we tell them to do... Only, much too often what we tell them to do is not really what we want them to do Smile | :)

Writing Software is one of the most creative tings one can do. I have been doing this for more than ten years now and still having a lot of fun with it. Besides doing software for HMI's on C# for business, I enjoy very much to implement interesting algorithms and analyse the mathematics they are based on in my leisure time Smile | :)

For more detailed descriptions and math visit me on my own page

www.mosismath.com
Mr. xieguigang 谢桂纲
Student 中国南方微生物资源利用中心(SMRUCC)
China China
He is good and loves VisualBasic!



github: https://github.com/xieguigang
No Biography provided
Ondrej_Uzovic
Architect
Slovakia Slovakia
My programming path started in 1987 when I got my first computer Sharp MZ-800.
It came with 8 bit CPU Z80, 64Kb RAM and the tape recorder. It was a great machine. I think I still have it somewhere.
I was fascinated and I started to write first programs. Eventually I became developer and software architect. I like innovations and clean nice solutions.
Qwertie
Software Developer None
Canada Canada
Since I started programming when I was 11, I wrote the SNES emulator "SNEqr", the FastNav mapping component, the Enhanced C# programming language (in progress), the parser generator LLLPG, and LES, a syntax to help you start building programming languages, DSLs or build systems.

My overall focus is on the Language of your choice (Loyc) initiative, which is about investigating ways to improve interoperability between programming languages and putting more power in the hands of developers. I'm also seeking employment.
Raymund Macaalay
Technical Lead
New Zealand New Zealand
http://nz.linkedin.com/in/macaalay
http://macaalay.com/
Web development ninja, open-source contributor, writer, speaker, entrepreneur, technology lover and Internet enthusiast. Dublin TypeScript meetup organizer. Web engineer at Aon Centre for Innovation and Analytics (ACIA). Founder of Wolk Software Ltd
Rishabh S Ajmera
United States United States
No Biography provided
Rob Kraft
Software Developer (Senior) Kraft Software LLC
United States United States
Rob Kraft is an independent software developer for Kraft Software LLC. He has been a software developer since the mid 80s and has a Master's Degree in Project Management. Rob lives near Kansas City, Missouri.
Robert Gowland
Software Developer
Canada Canada
Want to get better test coverage in less time? Grab your copy of the Data Driven NUnit Cheat Sheet for free.
Rubén Hinojosa Chapel
Software Developer (Senior)
Spain Spain
Microsoft Development Consultant. Mobile Software Engineer with Apple, Google and Microsoft technologies (Xamarin, C#). Chatbots Software Engineer with Microsoft Bot Framework (Node.js, Azure). Collaborates with companies from different sectors in the development or maintenance of their computer systems, helping them in identifying their needs and proposing technical solutions that provide value and solve their problems.
Ryan S White
Help desk / Support
United States United States
Ryan White is an IT Coordinator, currently living in Pleasanton, California.

He earned his B.S. in Computer Science at California State University East Bay in 2012. Ryan has been writing lines of code since the age of 7 and continues to enjoy programming in his free time.

You can contact Ryan at s u n s e t q u e s t -A-T- h o t m a i l DOT com if you have any questions he can help out with.
Sacha Barber
Software Developer (Senior)
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I currently hold the following qualifications (amongst others, I also studied Music Technology and Electronics, for my sins)

- MSc (Passed with distinctions), in Information Technology for E-Commerce
- BSc Hons (1st class) in Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence

Both of these at Sussex University UK.

Award(s)

I am lucky enough to have won a few awards for Zany Crazy code articles over the years

  • Microsoft C# MVP 2016
  • Codeproject MVP 2016
  • Microsoft C# MVP 2015
  • Codeproject MVP 2015
  • Microsoft C# MVP 2014
  • Codeproject MVP 2014
  • Microsoft C# MVP 2013
  • Codeproject MVP 2013
  • Microsoft C# MVP 2012
  • Codeproject MVP 2012
  • Microsoft C# MVP 2011
  • Codeproject MVP 2011
  • Microsoft C# MVP 2010
  • Codeproject MVP 2010
  • Microsoft C# MVP 2009
  • Codeproject MVP 2009
  • Microsoft C# MVP 2008
  • Codeproject MVP 2008
  • And numerous codeproject awards which you can see over at my blog
Sami Pylkkänen
Software Developer (Senior)
Finland Finland
No Biography provided
Satbir S
Engineer
Australia Australia
A developer and a learner. Most of the times in code in C/C++ and C#.
I would like to learn more and more languages.

I have worked in the medical domain and understand DICOM, IHE well.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov
Architect
United States United States
No Biography provided
Sibeesh Passion
Software Developer
Germany Germany
I am Sibeesh Venu, an engineer by profession and writer by passion. I’m neither an expert nor a guru. I have been awarded Microsoft MVP 3 times, C# Corner MVP 5 times, DZone MVB. I always love to learn new technologies, and I strongly believe that the one who stops learning is old.

My Blog: Sibeesh Passion
My Website: Sibeesh Venu
stebo0728
United States United States
No Biography provided
Steve Naidamast
Software Developer (Senior) Black Falcon Software, Inc.
United States United States
No Biography provided
Sumit Samediya
Software Developer (Senior)
India India
No Biography provided
The Zakies
Software Developer (Junior)
Egypt Egypt
No Biography provided
wells cheung
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
ASP.NET Developer 3.5(Microsoft® Certified Professional Developer)
.NET Framework 3.5, ASP.NET Applications(Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist)
witnes
Software Developer (Senior) Kensium
Ukraine Ukraine
Hi,
I'm Acumatica ERP Solutions architect at Kensium. Besides ERP programming my area of interests includes Neural Networks, Machine Learning, Statistics and of course performance optimization.
Here is my blog: http://blog.zaletskyy.com
Wolfgang Foerster
Software Developer (Senior)
Germany Germany
I started programming in Basic, Pascal, Fortran and C in the late 1980s during my last semesters at the University of Bonn, Germany, where I studied Physics. As a professional software engineer I moved on to C++ and C# in the field of scientific data acquisition, data analysis and - my favourite - data visualization.

From the very start of my life as developer I have been a fan of graphics, especially 3D graphics. I have been working with OpenGL, XNA and WPF 3D. Planning to start with SharpDX in the near future.

Besides programming I love making music (guitar and violin), doing sports (rock climbing and volleyball) and spending time with my beloved family.
Zijian
Software Developer
Australia Australia
I started my IT career in programming on different embedded devices since 1992, such as credit card readers, smart card readers and Palm Pilot.

Since 2000, I have mostly been developing business applications on Windows platforms while also developing some tools for myself and developers around the world, so we developers could focus more on delivering business values rather than repetitive tasks of handling technical details.

Beside technical works, I enjoy reading literatures, playing balls, cooking and gardening.

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