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  • A nice Asp 2.0 starter kit.

    http://www.commercestarterkit.org/&nbsp;just published e-commerce starter kit fully furnished with 2.0.
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on November 14, 2005
  • re: Business Entities ... old story but new colors!

    I've been using custom entities for passing data between different tiers. Typed datasets are realy realy expensive :) not everyone can afford to use them. Microsoft practices recommend http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnbda/html/boagag.asp
    Posted to #fahad (Weblog) by developer on November 12, 2005
  • I'm back

    I'm back to work after a long holidays. I went out of town for Eid holidays, i spend time with my family, friends and with old books. I kept myself away from computer and now just started my job again.Hope all of you are in good health after Eid.
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on November 9, 2005
  • Free Web Developer (ASP 2.0) training videos.

    Free training videos for ASP 2.0 and Visual Web Developer.
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on November 1, 2005
  • re: Coffee Time and Certifications...

    November 12th will be great. Count me in... Well! i wonder from where you people find MCSD.net resumes?During last 3 years i never see a single developer in Islamabad or in Lahore which holds MCSD.NET certification. If you have some resume to show i'll be more than happy to meet those guys. If you think that certifications are there just to hide ...
    Posted to #fahad (Weblog) by developer on November 1, 2005
  • re: Good bye MCSDs ...

    A degree in CS is a must have thing in IT field. My experience with ONLY degrees holders is very bad. Certified developers usually have very less learning curve. Now i always prefer to train new hires and spend one week with them before putting them on writing production quality code. I suggest you if you train every new hire then you will get ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 31, 2005
  • re: Characteristics of Good Portal Framework

    Somethings should be more explainatory. Like i never see a portal framework which lacks the ability to extend but there are very few which have good application design so everyone can extend it without a great learning curve. So when you talk about *good* framework it means every feature should be *good*. Most of the available frameworks have ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by developer on October 31, 2005
  • Good bye MCSDs ...

    With the advent of framework 2.0 a lot of changes were expecting including MS certifications like MCAD and MCSD. This week microsoft introduces next generation certifications. I'll prefer to upgrade myself to MCPD&nbsp;and proceed for MCA&nbsp;then. Of course people can work and upgrade their skills without certifications but these are the things ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 31, 2005
  • Welcome to Expression

    Microsoft unveils Expression, a new set of tools for creating highly sophisticated&nbsp;user interfaces&nbsp;for web and the windows.
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 28, 2005
  • 4 - Building Secure ASP.NET apps

    A comprehensive book for advanced .NET developers.
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 27, 2005
  • re: IBuySpy v2 :: Where Is It?

    I hate all the 2.0 starter kits. Why not we start a framework for 2.0 web apps? I realy want to apply 2.0's cool feature to somewhere. My employer didnt allow me to use 2.0 so i was considering to write a starter kit sort application. If anybody interested please let me know, you will be more than welcome.
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by developer on October 27, 2005
  • re: Bloggers gathering call...

    Let the world know when place, time and date would be finilized ...
    Posted to #fahad (Weblog) by developer on October 27, 2005
  • re: weblogs.com.pk :: Future Direction :: Need Feedback

    I personally believe that webloging is all about sharing your ideas with the community. Of course there could be many other options for the bloggers but i wont use any of them, i dont have time to learn new UIs for none. Thank you for providing such a great blog site. I would recommend not to open the site to anyother. People usually hate to ...
    Posted to Proud to be Pakistanis! (Weblog) by developer on October 26, 2005
  • Next generation Software Engineering

    World has seen a lot of changes in software development paradigms during the last decade. The entire software industry is driven by the public or privatly owned organizations instead of academics. About two years back when i started my career i was big fan of Software Modeling and Rational's approcah and tools (Rational Rose, Rational XDE) ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 24, 2005
  • re: ASP 2.0 Provider Model

    Great idea! Microsoft released the concept of Software Factories (the next generation of software engineering concepts with tools and apps) I believe once these ideas will be establised then you will see standards for these systems as well. You can have more info on software factories at ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 24, 2005
  • 3- .NET Patterns

    Yet another usefull ebook for Software Design lovers. Its .NET Patterns, download and enjoy.
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 24, 2005
  • 2- Distributed Components

    Developing XML Web Services and Server Components, another ebook for passionate developers.
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 22, 2005
  • ASP 2.0 Provider Model

    Microsoft just published a serious of&nbsp;awesome articles on ASP 2.0 Provider Model.
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 21, 2005
  • 1- .NET Distributed applications

    I would like to share a very good ebook with you people.&nbsp;It was one of my favorite book and i'm sure you people will get a lot of enterprizeapplication design&nbsp;knowledge. This books is specifically&nbsp;for intermediate level .NET developers who wants to enhance their skills. Each and every chapter is interesting and you will enjoy the ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 21, 2005
  • re: Atlas, Vista etc.

    Naveed i think you can design and develop a wonderfull accounting or inventory application by using hypertext based interfaces. The only side-effect is there is a client and server involve in generating UI's if you talk about web. You would have to bear the penality of extra processing at every button click. Just have a look at Microsoft Money ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 19, 2005
  • re: Cassini :: Rich Reporting Emails

    I wonder why to host this ASPX into Cassini? What if we host data-and-graphics-driven ASPX page into IIS and then using WebRequest extract all the generated html and supply it as a string to send rich email. Frankly speaking genrating rich email newsletters have been a problem for me for long. Although i've developed a lot of techniques for this ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by developer on October 18, 2005
  • Atlas, Vista etc.

    During the weekend i watch lots of TV for earthquake updates. Nation's largest relief programme is going on after the rescue operations. Thousands of people still living under open sky without food, water and other basic necessaties of life but there is a little good news that whole nation is united and everyone doing its best. God bless us. Well ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 18, 2005
  • Coming back to life

    Hello everyone!Sorry guys i couldn't make my promise for arranging a developer fun party due to shortage of time. During the past past two months i wrote lots, lots of code,&nbsp;I was engaged in setting up code standards, I &nbsp;modified MSF to&nbsp;suit our needs and lastly i&nbsp;peeped into 2.0.&nbsp;I&nbsp;worked on generics, new windows ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 8, 2005
  • Miss Universe 2005

    Miss Universe 2005, received her bachelor's degree in information technology management. Moreover she is planning to go for her Masters.I wish i could have a chance to teach her *ABOUT SOFTWARE* [:)]http://www.missuniverse.com/missuniverse/index.html &nbsp; &nbsp;
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on August 26, 2005
  • re: Next Killer App ?

    I believe this is responsibility of our govt. to provide these sort of services FREE to all citizens. Well! next time just try 15 when you have this kind of problem ;)
    Posted to fakeGeek (Weblog) by developer on August 25, 2005
  • A little fun party for Lahore based developers

    Hi guys!I'm planning to arrange a little gathering for Lahore based developers. This wont be a formal&nbsp;event like INETS' meeting or something like that,but a pretty causual get-together. I'm expecting some very good people&nbsp;like Arfa Karim Randhawa, fakeGeek&nbsp;and some other guys from industry. I welcome all of you people&nbsp;and ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on August 25, 2005
  • re: Community Server v1.1

    Thank you for keeping it up ;)
    Posted to Proud to be Pakistanis! (Weblog) by developer on August 25, 2005
  • Another war between software giants

    I believe the history is going towards another war between software giants. I just came across this http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/jul2005/tc20050728_5127_tc024.htm?campaign_id=topStories_ssi_5 &nbsp;
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on August 25, 2005
  • re: Voice-enabled Passwords by Microsoft

    Well! MSS doesn't use Voiceprint on backup. Instead MSS uses SALT and have a wonderfull speech-to-text algorithm. The case study you refer points out that microsoft automate password reset problem using MSS and .NET framework.
    Posted to fakeGeek (Weblog) by developer on May 15, 2005
  • Mary had a little lamb

    The entire life of software is driven by user requirements. Once the software team has learned what the user needs, &nbsp;there remains the problem of documenting these requirements. To have a defined development process, we need to &nbsp;start with the complete unambiguous requirements. This is exceedingly hard to do. This problem can be ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on May 15, 2005
  • Http Handller for URL re-writing?

    I want to re-write urls' according to a set of rules. I think i've to implement this functionality using a Http Handlers. To minimize the time constraint, i want to get any open source. Does any body have an idea about any Http Handller for url re-writing. OR any other thing i can use? Looking for really usefull contents from you people. &nbsp;
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on May 10, 2005
  • Welcome to Community Server

    Its great to use community server. I wonder there are some guys in Pakistan who working hard to keep us updated and managing this tough job. Congrats to all Weblogs.com.pk team.
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on May 10, 2005
  • Whats makes a developer professional?

    Excerpted from angryCoder.comSo you've been working in the IT field for&nbsp;five or more years, with numerous completed successful projects under your belt, but when it comes time to look for your next job/contract, you are riding in the same boat as those with less experience who are willing to take a lower rate. Whether you get that next job ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on April 30, 2005
  • Imagine

    Well this is not my poem but Agile Guys will enjoy it. Imagine Imagine there's no requirements. It's easy if you tryJust a bunch of coders, reachin' for the skyImagine all the people, coding for todayImagine there's no schedules. It isn't hard to doNo silly project deadlines, no one supervising youImagine all the people, coding hand in ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on April 24, 2005
  • Resuable error logging in Asp.Net applications

    I just came to know about this great article on MSDN. http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/default.aspx?pull=/library/en-us/dnaspp/html/elmah.asp &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 23, 2004
  • Quotes for Geeks

    ''A great programmer is a seeker of truth and beauty''.''Programmers have a very precise understanding of truth. You can't lie to a compiler. Try it sometime. Garbage in, garbage out. Booleans, the ones and zeros, trues and falses, make up the world programmers live in. That's all there is! I think programming is deep, it teaches us about the ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 15, 2004
  • Beauty = Simplicity + Elegance

    Software've become the essential part of our lives exactly like other machines. But many software&nbsp;developers dont bother about software simplicity(beauty). Here, i'll will try to explain some fundamentals for puting beauty in software-intensive systems. Many Software Professionals don't know how to make things simple. On the other hand ...
    Posted to About Software (Weblog) by developer on October 15, 2004
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