Again there will be a Fun CAMP in Reston on June 10th, 2006!

Just now I saw Andrew mail, we are going to have CODE CAMP in Reston (VA) on June 10th 2006, check out his blog for more information @
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Great ASP.NET 2.0 Tutorial Videos Online (Via ScottG blog)

Great ASP.NET  2.0 tutorials for beginners @

Enjoy the videos and Have fun!

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Product info .... About 'Secret Server' !!!

My Co-blogger/MVP sent the information about Secret Server, seems interesting, I was planning to try it. Want to know more about it!


Here it is: “Secret Server is a web-based secret management system - it is the place to put all your passwords and other sensitive information and selectively share them with colleagues or team members. It is built in C#, ASP.NET with a SQL Server backend. It also has a web-based installer that developers might find interesting.”


Want to know more about it and wondering from where you can get the info!! It’s @


Check it out!!!

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My MADCodecamp(Oct 29th 05) Seminar (XMLDigital Signatire) Slides/Code

If you are in VA/DC and did not attended this 29th MADCodeCamp, then you really missed some thing :(

But any way....for others who are not around VA/DC and interested on knowing about XML Digital Signature in .Net world, then please find my session Sides/Code @

Hope it helps!


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It’s time to Launch VS2005/SQL Server 2005 (I will be there as ATE)!

Come and join for launching the VS2005/SQL Server 2005 products!

MS came up with a launch tour! You can register for it, it's free!!
The Launch event page is @


In case if you are from VA/DC, you can register for the event @


The event in Washington DC is on Jan 11 2006. Did I mention I will be there as ATE (Ask the Expert) J.

Please come and join. Also make it as a big successful event!

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Forgot to blog, next Saturday I am speaking @ Mid-Atlantic Code Camp

If you are from Mid Atlantic area, don’t forget to attend Mid-Atlantic Code camp. This time it’s on security. Andrew also came up with a new contest for this camp.


In case if you did not register, please register.


Come and learn more about security and have fun...make it as a big successful event....


Did I mention it’s free :)  See you all there!!!

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Finally now I have Windows LongHorn..Sorry 'VISTA'.. With Small problem of not having .Net 2.0 ISAPIS in IIS

Finally...Finally I have installed Windows Vista Beta 1. I have not played much...It's 1:41am...Planning to go to bed.

Though one small problem I noticed. After installing VISTA, when I looked into IIS, in Web Service Extensitions I could not able to find .NET 2.0 ISAPI entry... I guess you know the solutions...Just use ASPNET_REGIIS to register it (Or use Add New WebService extensition option in IIS)....then you are good to go on using ASP.NET 2.0 in Windows LongHron..Sory VISTA :)

Can't wait much time to play with WinFx, Avalon and Indigo. If you are ahead of me, please..please.. help me to get there...I mean if you think any important things I have to know before exploring...please help me...
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I am teaching free ASP.NET class at ByteBack again!!!

Again this year also as part of community work, I am teaching free ASP.NET classes at byteback!


I forgot to blog this information, we had completed 2 classes, if any one interested you can contact ByteBack and come to classes.


Table of Contents (Syllabus)


0.     Overview


1.     Introduction to.NET and Web


2.     Beginning ASP.NET and GUI


3.     Language Fundamentals to use in ASP.NET


4.     State Management in ASP.NET


5.     Debugging and Exception Handling


6.     Database Programming Part 1


7.     Database Programming Part 2 


8.     Web Services in .Net world 


9.     Project Work discussions and working on Projects


    10. Session Two on Project work

If any one is interested to learn ASP.NET, please come. Classes will be every Saturday 2:30 to 4:00 pm. I am planning to complete this in 8 to 10 sessions. As this IT helped me to live and lead my life, to help needy people who really wanted to learn the next generation best software development technology (ASP.NET), I was teaching this class for free at


Yes, like I mentioned above, I am going to teach and preach the next generation best software development technology, in those 10 sessions J

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We (Me and My wife) had instantiated an Object type human (HAPPY NEW's)

I am very happy to share this information; we (Me and My wife) had instantiated an Object type human on Jul 5th 2005 7:41 pm.


We named that objects as SREEVAMSEE. This object is occupied 21inches of  space (on earth) when it's been instantiated, hoping it occupies more space (On Earth) as time goes.


This object, has inherited many of our (Me, my wife and other family members) properties and methods, also as Polymorphism is part of OOP, he also overridden some of the functions and made them as his own properties.


SREEVAMSEE.GetObjectType resulted as Baby boy!


Though it's a well behaving object, GC is not still implemented; we are talking care of that part now and hoping in future this object will have its own well behaved GC :)


Finally we are planning to do our best to make/shape this object as a better human and we are also hoping this object will be the best next generation human object.


Even though we instantiated this object, this object is running under it's own thread, and when we traced the root of this thread, it's been running under CREATOR (GOD) process by using God's beautiful imagination software. Hoping Creator bless SREEVAMSEE object and off course all of us!


Finally I salute, wonder, surprise and admire Creator's wonderful time/space life concept. Also I am very happy to be a part of his imagination/desire and will pray/thank him for giving me (and also to us) a chance to become part of his creation.

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Free Book - Introducing Visual Basic 2005 for Developers

There is a freebook on "Introducing Visual Basic 2005 for Developers" from MS. It's @

It's very useful book for beginners! Start reading it!

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