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Posted 8 Apr 2012

A simple application for gathering system information

, 8 Apr 2012
In this tip you will learn how to collect system information by using System.Environment and System.Management.


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Timeline of my career focus:

1994: Batch files in Microsoft Dos
1995: GW-Basic, Q Basic
1996: Assembly, C
1999: Pascal, C++
2000: Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Software Engineering
2001: Borland Delphi, Microsoft SQL Server, HTML
2002: Visual Basic, C--, Ada, Lisp, Prolog, JavaScript
2003: C#, Java
2004:, Computer Networks
2005: Master of Science Degree in Computer Software Engineering
2006: Data Mining
2007: XML, XQuery, XSLT
2008: WPF
2009: Silverlight, Network Administration
2010: ASP.NET MVC, JQuery, CSS, Ajax, LINQ, Entity Framework
2011: VMware Visualization (vSphere, vCenter)
2012: Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft System Center, Microsoft Visualization (Hyper-V), Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Lync, Windows 8 App
2013: Cloud Computing (VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V),
2014: Agile, Scrum
2015: Project Management
2016: Security, Android Development
2017: Microsoft .Net Core
2018: Data Science, Virtual Reality

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