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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.



Member 12278542
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
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Profe
United States United States
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Moykn
Brazil Brazil
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Member 9596764
United States United States
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Mark_Wallace
Netherlands Netherlands
Mark Wallace is a fictional character in a series of books by Mark Wallace, who somehow got mis-described as a web developer on CP.



linuxjr
Software Developer student
United States United States
No Biography provided



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Jonas Hammarberg
Software Developer (Senior) Aldurs
Sweden Sweden
No Biography provided



John Schroedl
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
I'm a long-time Windows developer. I primarily use C++, C++/CLI and C# these days. I have worked on numerous desktop applications. These days, I am the primary Windows developer for a desktop data visualization tool aimed at scientists and engineers.



Jacek M Glen
Software Developer (Senior) TCP
United Kingdom United Kingdom
No Biography provided



iskSYS
Software Developer
Germany Germany
No Biography provided



Hooga Booga
Software Developer Purina
Canada Canada
No Biography provided



Foothill
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Professional Experience
Languages: C++, C#, VB, .Net, SQL
Systems: MSSQL Database Architecture, Server Admin, MS System Center Admin(Service Manager)
Web: Asp.Net, Ajax, Web design and deployment
Other: MS Access guru



essentialSQL
Easy Computer Academy, LLC
United States United States
Hello my name is Kris. I’m here because I am passionate about helping non-techie people to overcome their fear of learning SQL.

I know what it is like to not know where to start or whether the time spent learning is worth the effort. That is why I am here to help you to:
- Get started in an easy to follow step-by-step manner.
- Use your time wisely so you focus on what is important to learn to get the most value from your time.
- Answer your questions. Really! Just post a comment and I’ll respond. I’m here to help.

It wasn’t long ago that I was helping a colleague with some reporting. She didn’t know where to start and soon got overwhelmed and lost as she didn’t know SQL.

I felt really bad, as she was under pressure to get some summary information to her boss, the built-in reports were falling short, and to make them better would require her to know SQL. At that time that seemed impossible! It in dawned on me, it doesn’t have to be that way.

Then I discovered a way for anyone with the desire to easily learn SQL. I worked with my co-worker, started to teach her what I learned and soon she was able to write reports and answer her boss’ questions without getting stressed or ploughing hours into manipulating data in Excel.

It hasn’t always been easy. Sometimes the information seems abstract or too conceptual. In this case I’ve found out that a visual explanation is best. I really like to use diagrams or videos to explain hard-to-grasp ideas.

Having video, pictures, and text really help to reinforce the point and enable learning.

And now I want to help you get the same results.

The first step is simple, click here ==> http://www.essentialsql.com/get-started-with-sql-server/



Andreas Mertens
Chief Technology Officer NVision Ideas Inc.
Canada Canada
Contractor and Consultant



AJSON
Engineer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Architect/engineer, student, always learning and refactoring my wetware. Happiest tucking into a big bowl of c# or python sprinkled with a crisp topping of Javascript...started with a single ZX80 a lifetime ago, now happily explore, build and create on interweb scale...



  • 1 Apr 2017 - Awarded Microsoft MVP for 2017
  • 18 Mar 2017 - "Calculating distance using Google Maps in ASP.NET MVC" - article of the day on ASP.net
  • 31 Dec 2016 - "How to improve Single Page App and Hybrid mobile performance" - article of the day on ASP.net
  • 23 Oct 2016 - "Multi-user/resource web diary in C# MVC with repeat events" - article of the day on ASP.net
  • 7 Jun 2016 - "Upload large files to MVC / Web API using partitioning" - article of the day on ASP.net
  • 16 Sep 2015 - "Single Page Application with MVC and SammyJS" - article of the day on ASP.net
  • 01 Sep 2015 - "KnockoutJS nested arrays in MVC" - article of the day on ASP.net
  • 21 Aug 2015 - "Audit trail and data versioning with C# and MVC" - article of the day on ASP.net
  • 6 Oct 2014 - "Full Calendar – A Complete Web Diary System for jQuery and C# MVC" - article of the day on ASP.net





Forogar
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
English born, former Professor of Computer Science at a no-longer existing college in England. Has previously lived in England, Sweden (very briefly), France (also very briefly) and Germany (six long years). Now lives in the United States where he is happily married with one son, another adopted son and a new puppy (barky and bitey - hopefully this will wear off as she gets older). Has designed and written an expert system for test flight data analysis (jet fighters - very exciting and very noisy), automated robot control systems, designed and written two specialized interpreted languages and implemented a Rexx interpreter (twice). He is now based in Maryland, USA and most recently maintained an extensive and heavily used medical and administrative intranet/extranet and associated systems using ASP.NET mostly in C# (with some old VB still hanging around) with a lot of JavaScript and various bits of SQL. Just started a new job as a G-man - will update as time goes by.

In his spare time he writes code for fun and is currently working on a simple space exploration, trading and resource management game (more to become an expert in jQuery and SVG than anything these days). Other activities include board-games and swimming for health. Past activities include Judo, fencing, archery, pistol and rifle shooting and other peaceful activities, not to mention sailing, skiing, scuba diving and riding horses, camels and elephants.



rhyous
Software Developer (Senior) LANDesk Software
United States United States
I write two things: Code and Fiction:
http://www.rhyous.com
http://www.jabrambarneck.com

I am a technology expert that loves both open source and C# (an interesting combination).

I am an expert at WPF and MVVM. I've been working a lot with WCF and Entity Framework lately.



super
Engineer
Germany Germany
I am a Certified Reliabilty Engineer

I started my career with Delphi but switched to VC++ and was involved in desktop application for 10 years
Since past few year I have been working on Labview programming and hardware stuff.

I attempt to read lots of books. Yeah attempt but never completed it.
I love to cook and travel.
But now, I love to play with my 3daughter and never know how time disappears.

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