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Heath Stewart is a happily married software engineer originally from the Midwest and a graduate of Iowa State University. Heath start programming early in life and enjoys continuous research and development in new languages, frameworks, and platforms. Fluent in many different programming languages, he has developed many large-scale software solutions for companies in different areas, such as Internet filtering, intrusion detection systems, production management systems, and web applications for various purposes. He also enjoys photography.

Currently, Heath is a Program Manager in the Visual Studio Professional Deployment Experience (VSPro DEX) team at Microsoft. Previous to his employment, he was a Microsoft MVP for Visual C#.

He is also a CodeProject protector and is happy to help the development community.
31 Dec 2004 CodeProject MVP 2005



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GeneralRe: PGP Pin
KevinMac8-Dec-03 7:57
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GeneralI'm a Geek Pin
Heath Stewart11-Jul-03 5:45
protectorHeath Stewart11-Jul-03 5:45 
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Mike Ellison16-Dec-03 14:18
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Mike Ellison17-Dec-03 6:37
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Heath Stewart17-Dec-03 6:46
protectorHeath Stewart17-Dec-03 6:46 
GeneralIt's in the Docs Pin
Heath Stewart7-Feb-03 3:02
protectorHeath Stewart7-Feb-03 3:02 
GeneralRe: It's in the Docs Pin
Nick Parker19-May-03 14:17
protectorNick Parker19-May-03 14:17 
Heath Stewart wrote:
Remember the old adage, "give a man a fish and you'll feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for life." If you're spoon-fed the answers to basic questions, you'll never learn and will be no better than a drag-n-drop code monkey. Crack open those docs and start learning what those methods really do and research the right classes and methods for a project before starting, and you're on your way to supremacy.

So, if you're ever in a bind remember that the answer is most likely in the docs. If that answer doesn't make sense or the problem is more complex than a sentence or two or can answer, CodeProject is your one-stop community for great help. In that case...

I fully agree, let me ask this one question though:

When you posted this thread had someone repeatedly asked you too many questions plainly available in documentation?

-Nick Parker
GeneralRe: It's in the Docs Pin
Heath Stewart20-May-03 1:20
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Rai Umair11-Jul-03 5:06
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Heath Stewart11-Jul-03 5:28
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Nick Seng30-Oct-03 17:24
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Heath Stewart31-Oct-03 2:09
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