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I am born in Bangladesh and currently live in Melbourne, Australia. I am a Microsoft Certified Application Developer MCAD Chartered Member (C# .Net)and born in Bangladesh.
I am founder and Chief Executive Officer of
Simplexhub, a highly experienced software development company based in Melbourne Australia and Dhaka, Bangladesh. Co-founder and core developer of Pageflakes www.pageflakes.com.
Simplexhub, is on its mission to build a smart virtual community in Bangladesh and recently launched beta realestatebazaar.com.bd an ASP.NET MVC application written in C#.NET.


Some of My Articles
Flexible and Plugin based .Net Application..
Mass Emailing Functionality with C#, .NET 2.0, and Microsoft® SQL Server 2005 Service Broker'
Write your own Code Generator or Template Engine in .NET
Shahed Khan blog

http://www.davidchappell.com/articles/index.html

 
 


White Papers

Application Development Trends Columns, 2000-2004

InformIT Columns, 2001-2002

Component Strategies Columns, 1997-1999

Miscellaneous Articles


 
 
White Papers

Introducing Indigo: An Early Look

Understanding BPM Servers

Understanding BizTalk Server 2004

 
 
Application Development Trends Columns, 2000-2004

Defining “Service”: A Pragmatic View

The End of .NET vs. J2EE

Take Your Pick: Business Processes or Bangalore

Longhorn: Too Much, Too Soon?

Indigo: The End of the Rainbow

Why Web Services Aren't Just a Rerun

The Big Bet

One More Time: What Exactly is .NET?

Why There's No Business Case for Web Services

Web Services Security? Not Yet

Two Cheers for Standards

Why Hasn't Everyone Moved to .NET?

The Microsoft/IBM Axis

Lifting the Fog on Web Services

Confronting .NET Myths

People and code: The two poles of .NET migration

Jumping into .NET: Is Now the Right Time?

Why I'm Not Worried About HailStorm

Where software is king: IT in India

Coming soon: The biggest platform ever

Beyond Windows

C#: It’s the Components, Stupid!

.NET and Web services

Is .NET the end of COM?

The EJB Wheel of Fortune

Exploring the Terminology Jungle

From where I sit: XML is more important than Linux

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InformIT Columns, 2001-2002

REST: Another Way of Looking at Web Services

Beyond C# and VB.NET: Should You Care About Other .NET Languages?

Unraveling Software as a Service

Who Cares About UDDI?

What's Next for Web Services: GXA and Beyond

Security and .NET My Services: Can Microsoft Protect Our Data?

Privacy and .NET My Services: Can You Trust Microsoft?

Understanding .NET's Common Type System

DCOM is Dead – Long Live .NET Remoting

ASP.NET: Prepare for a New World

Choosing a .NET Language

Questions and Answers About C#

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Component Strategies Columns, 1997-1999

Taking Stock of Component Technology

Application Servers: COM-Based vs. Java-Based

MTS vs. EJB

COM+ Redux

COM+

ActiveX Controls vs. JavaBeans

Objects, Components, and Transactions

The Joy of Reference Counting

On Being Object-Oriented: COM and CORBA

Introducing ActiveX

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Miscellaneous Articles

WS-Security: New Technologies Help You Make Your Web Services More Secure

The .NET Earthquake Hits IT

Understanding Microsoft Message Queuing

Understanding Kerberos in Windows 2000

How Microsoft Transaction Server Changes the COM Programming Model

Making Sense of Distributed Objects

Rethinking Open Systems

The Trouble With CORBA

 

Posted on Sunday, October 1, 2006 11:36 PM | Back to top


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