I’ve just received an e-mail from the Microsoft .NET Delhi User Group regarding the Tech Ed India 2004 registration offer. The registration fees is Rs. 6000 (=USD 130) per person, but as a special offer you only need to pay Rs. 4000 (=USD 85) if you participate in a group [continue reading...]
The Republic Day (Mon, 26th Jan) is near while the odd rains in and around New Delhi will hopefully not confine people indoors?during this long weekend. To me, the most amazing sight in the city this time of the year is the evening view of the Rashtrapati Bhavan (Presidents House) [continue reading...]
The Delhi .NET?Developers Group presents interactive sessions on Assemblies and .NET Remoting, on 21st December 2003.
Assemblies : Inside preview of a .NET Assembly — We will be discussing the purpose of an assembly as well as related concepts such as metadata, modules, and the broad difference between private and [continue reading...]
Port80 Surveys the Top 1000 Corporations’ Web Servers versus Netcraft Web Server Survey. So who’s winning?
Vasanth Dharmaraj presents Comparator – a slick tool (written in .NET, source code available) to preview a web site in IE and Mozilla at the same time.[continue reading...]
Gaurav Khanna has published some very cool .NET articles, applications, components, presentations, source code, tips and web services on his web site – WinToolZone.com (under the .NET menu option). He has also been working on extensions and enhancements to Rotor. Great content overall![continue reading...]