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Best "Everything Else" Article of October 2014

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Current Entries

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9 Jun 2019
Hung, Han
This article is a tutorial on how to code your own Sudoku game using VB.NET
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3 Oct 2014
John Atten
When working with ASP.NET Web Api from a .NET client, one of the more confounding things can be handling the case where errors are returned from the Api. Specifically, unwrapping the various types of errors which may be returned from a specific API action method, and translating the error content in
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22 Oct 2014
Mathew Soji
This tip guides through implementing a basic REST based Web API service with multiple GET methods and its consumption using JQuery client
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30 Oct 2014
Dan Hu
Demonstrate how to use .NET Cryptography library to create a file encryption/decryption tool
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6 Oct 2014
Nick Cosentino
Are you excited to get your Myo armband from Thalmic Labs? If you're a C# developer, then check out this open source library to help you control your Myo! The post appeared first on http://www.DevLeader.ca.
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18 May 2017
Yuriy Magurdumov
Lazy Joining and Grouping IEnumerable extensions for ordered sequences
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23 Oct 2014
Ben M Watson
Using MemoryStream to wrap existing buffers: Gotchas and tips
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9 Oct 2014
Louie Bacaj
Web API was introduced and was recently streamlined into Web API 2.0. This framework is heaven for C#/.NET services developers. It allows you to get a RESTful API in .NET up and running in less than an hour. As you'll see it's also just as easy to consume that API in another programming language.
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16 Oct 2014
Gaurav Aroraa
In this step-by-step article, we will discuss all about CRUD (Create Read Update Delete) operations with Web API using Repository pattern.
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22 Oct 2014
Kalvin Lawrence Ernst
Generate a web app instantly, directly from a database(SQL Server)
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14 Oct 2014
Gediminas Geigalas
Optional parameter visibility in C#
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11 Oct 2014
Nosey Parker
How to calculate subnet fast and get active ip-addresses
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24 Oct 2014
Yvan Rodrigues
Quickly count the number of pages in a collection of PDF documents
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5 Oct 2014
Grasshopper.iics
The Simplest Graphics and Animation tutorial you ever wanted
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10 Oct 2014
Steffen Ploetz
Currently none of the big Linux/Unix (X11) GUI application frameworks (GTK+, KDE) support XAML based application development. The Moonlight project (including XAML support) was abandoned on May 29, 2012. This article shows 'how to' a XAML based dialog application with the Roma Widget Set (Xrw) in C#
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1 Oct 2014
Yuriy Magurdumov
PropertyMapper allows mapping object properties to string keys and accessing property values based on those string keys
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29 Oct 2014
Steffen Ploetz
Currently none of the big Linux/Unix (X11) GUI application frameworks (GTK+, KDE) support XAML based application development. The Moonlight project (including XAML support) was abandoned on May 29, 2012. This article shows 'how to' a XAML based ribbon application with the Roma Widget Set (Xrw) in C#
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10 Oct 2014
Gerardo Recinto
Virtualization of RAM & Disk for high-speed, low-footprint & scalable data caching
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24 Oct 2014
Syed M Hussain
A custom Windows InputDialog to capture user input
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27 Oct 2014
Prava-MFS
Version control with Subversion: Tortoise SVN - II
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5 Oct 2014
Grasshopper.iics
A Simple Step By Step Guide to Social Network Integration In Android
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10 Oct 2014
Pavel Durov
This tip will show how to use a batch file for adb commands.
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30 Sep 2014
AD Colab Group
In the 2nd article in this thread, we start building out the 3D environment for the robots using the Visualization ToolKit (VTK).
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26 Oct 2014
Abhishek Nandy
An Overview of IOT
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9 Mar 2015
Steffen Ploetz
How to get out the maximum from the Roma widget set in C# efficiently without dependencies to GUI frameworks like GTK or KDE. Short introduction of the widgets.
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12 Oct 2014
Dukhabandhu Sahoo
Know how to exclude types from the Model in Entity Framework Code First
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30 Oct 2014
Mathew Burnett
A very simple program to kill all network interfaces if your VPN goes down.
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12 Oct 2014
Aldonis55
A simple Silverlight application that shows how to apply Jeff Wilcox's UniformGrid control to a bound collection.
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23 Oct 2014
Thomas Mahlberg
This tip describes how to handle BusyIndication and progress report in an MVVM project for several scenarios.
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8 Oct 2014
Peri Venkatesh
A closer look on test suites and assertions
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19 Oct 2014
Issam Lahlali
In this post, you will learn basic "C" coding rules from open source projects
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24 Oct 2014
Sipra Ray
Here is a small tip for how to take screen shot using Selenium WebDriver
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5 Oct 2014
Prilvesh K
(Wildcard entry)Android Text to speech synthesis with Listview arrays with toast
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21 Oct 2014
MVukoje
Cross domain RESTful API calls?
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22 Oct 2014
essentialSQL
Introduction to Outer Joins in SQL Server
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22 Oct 2014
essentialSQL
Introduction to Inner Joins in SQL Server
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13 Oct 2014
S.Prateek
A fast draw to make a rating control for Windows Phone 8.1
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16 Oct 2014
Gaurav Aroraa
Covariance and contravariance in C# 4.0
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26 Oct 2014
Gaurav Aroraa
How to define Func in C#
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14 Oct 2014
Paul M Watt
Do as I say, not as I do
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29 Oct 2014
Mohamed Meligy
How to use Visual Studio developer command prompt with Powershell
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17 Oct 2014
Nitesh Luharuka
How to create responsive menu in ASP.NET
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22 Oct 2014
S.Prateek
This is a fun and short tutorial to try face detection on Windows Phone using FaceDetectionWP8 library.
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16 Oct 2014
Gaurav Aroraa
In our previous posts we learned ‘What is S.O.L.I.D. Programming Principles and a detailed explanation with code of Single Responsibility Principle, Open/closed Principle, Liskov Substitution Principle and Interface Segregation Principle.
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23 Oct 2014
essentialSQL
Simplified Data Modeling in SQL
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29 Oct 2014
essentialSQL
Grouping results returned from your queries using the GROUP BY clause
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8 Oct 2014
Peri Venkatesh
This is an introduction to web services and soapUI.
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16 Oct 2014
Artem Los
The requirement of performing several thousands of calculations (for example, during integration) led to the optimization with pre-scanned expressions. But the aim to make Mathos Parser even faster still remained.
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26 Oct 2014
Biswal Tanmaya
In this blog, we will discuss how to cache your whole project.

Current Participants

Those with articles that match the contest criteria are automatically entered.

Abhishek Nandy
Software Developer
India India
I am into software Development for less than a year and i have participated in 2 contests here at Codeproject:-Intel App Innovation Contest 2012 and Windows Azure Developer Challenge and been finalist at App Innovation contest App Submission award winner as well won two spot prizes for Azure Developer Challenge.I am also a finalist at Intel Perceptual Challenge Stage 2 with 6 entries nominated.I also won 2nd prize for Ultrabook article contest from CodeProject
Link:-
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/523105/Ultrabook-Development-My-Way

Microsoft MVA Fast Track Challenge Global Winner.
Ocutag App Challenge 2013 Finalist.

My work at Intel AppUp Store:-

UltraSensors:-
http://www.appup.com/app-details/ultrasensors
UltraKnowHow:-
http://www.appup.com/app-details/ultraknowhow
AD Colab Group
United States United States
AD colab group consists of two developers:
- Sam Claassens (Lead Technical Specialist at GE, based out of Chicago, author of the Semi-Sorted blog)
- Dan Gawryjolek (Software Developer at BNS, based out of Johannesburg, South Africa, contributor to the Semi-Sorted blog)

Please feel free to drop us an email at adcolabgroup@gmail.com
Group type: Collaborative Group

2 members

Aldonis55
Software Developer
United States United States
Developing Silverlight applications and other C# tools. Experience with other high level languages such as VB and Python. 3+ years with C#.
Artem Los
Student
Sweden Sweden
My name is Artem, and I am a student at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

Currently working on https://cryptolens.io.
Ben M Watson
Software Developer (Senior) Microsoft
United States United States
Ben Watson has been a software engineer at Microsoft since 2008. On the Bing platform team, he has built one of the world's leading .NET-based, high-performance server applications, handling high-volume, low-latency requests across thousands of machines for millions of customers. In his spare time, he enjoys geocaching, books of all kinds, classical music, and spending time with his family. He is the author of Writing High-Performance .NET Code and C# 4.0 How-To. He blogs at Philosophical Geek.
Biswal Tanmaya
Software Developer (Senior)
India India
I always believe Clean code & Quality code are the key points in Web Development.
Dan Hu
Software Developer (Senior)
China China
Domain and interests include Windows system programming, network programming, high co-currency server, debugging skill, Microsoft technology integration, cloud computing.
Dukhabandhu Sahoo
Software Developer (Senior)
India India
I have developed web applications using ASP.NET Web Forms, MVC, Web API, Entity Framework, SQL Server, LINQ, C#, jQuery, BootStrap UI and few other related libraries and tools.

Apart from programming, I love to watch cricket matches.
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/
Gaurav Aroraa
Architect
India India
There is no age limit for learning and its never late, to start.
Gediminas Geigalas
Software Developer (Senior)
Lithuania Lithuania
No Biography provided
Gerardo Recinto
United States United States
Microsoft Alumnus (Software Design Engineer)
I'm just fresh off from a software eng'g gig & is looking forward to my next.
Pls. do drop me a line @gerardorecinto@yahoo.com if interested or having any question/feedback on these Open Source projects.

I'm excited to help/volunteer my services.
Have a great day!
Grasshopper.iics
CEO Integrated Ideas
India India
gasshopper.iics is a group of like minded programmers and learners in codeproject. The basic objective is to keep in touch and be notified while a member contributes an article, to check out with technology and share what we know. We are the "students" of codeproject.

This group is managed by Rupam Das, an active author here. Other Notable members include Ranjan who extends his helping hands to invaluable number of authors in their articles and writes some great articles himself.

Rupam Das is mentor of Grasshopper Network,founder and CEO of Integrated Ideas Consultancy Services, a research consultancy firm in India. He has been part of projects in several technologies including Matlab, C#, Android, OpenCV, Drupal, Omnet++, legacy C, vb, gcc, NS-2, Arduino, Raspberry-PI. Off late he has made peace with the fact that he loves C# more than anything else but is still struck in legacy style of coding.
Rupam loves algorithm and prefers Image processing, Artificial Intelligence and Bio-medical Engineering over other technologies.

He is frustrated with his poor writing and "grammer" skills but happy that coding polishes these frustrations.
Group type: Organisation

116 members

Hung, Han
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Senior software developer with over 30 years of experience.

Started programming on the Apple II platform back in the 80's. Over the years, I have programmed in various languages, including, but not limited to VB 3.0 through VB 6.0, Forth, and C.

Currently programming professionally in .Net using VB and C#.

Wrote many Windows applications, services, and dlls as well as ASP.Net web-services. Also wrote WPF applications as well as WCF services using both VB.Net and C#.

Dabbling with Flutter, PHP, and Laravel.
Issam Lahlali
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
CppDepend lead developer.
John Atten
Software Developer XIV Solutions
United States United States
My name is John Atten, and my username on many of my online accounts is xivSolutions. I am Fascinated by all things technology and software development. I work mostly with C#, Javascript/Node.js, Various flavors of databases, and anything else I find interesting. I am always looking for new information, and value your feedback (especially where I got something wrong!)
Kalvin Lawrence Ernst
Software Developer (Senior) KalFabriq
Australia Australia
Blazor wasm expert.

Many years experience in developing software for Government, Health, Biotech enterprises.
Early adopter of .NET platform, with over 10 years hands-on experience in ASP.NET.
Solid track record of successful project management and technology implementation.
Highly skilled in SQL Server and Oracle, design, installation and management.
Proficient in gathering user’s requirements and writing technical specifications.
Conducted training in various technologies and acted as a mentor.

Have recently developed an ASP.NET MVC code generator tool to fast track the development of
common application functions.
Louie Bacaj
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Louie Bacaj is a Senior Software Engineer with an M.S. in computer science; experienced scaling multi-million dollar software projects to several tier 1 financial institutions. Passionate about technology, fitness, and an active blogger over at http://louiebacaj.com
Mathew Burnett
United States United States
No Biography provided
Mathew Soji
Software Developer
India India
No Biography provided
Mohamed Meligy
Senior Consultant at Readify
Australia Australia
No Biography provided
MVukoje
Software Developer (Senior) CallidusCloud
Serbia Serbia
I am a software developer at CallidusCloud currently working on software for Quoting and Product Configuration.

In past few years I have been working on development of multi-portal CMS and I was responsible for defining Coding standard and Code Review process. For three years, I have lead team of programmers that developed Soprex framework for enterprise applications development and I have also built Soprex Quotation Tool on that framework. My main points of interests are enterprise app architecture, Scrum and TDD.

I blogs about software development at www.Vukoje.NET.
Nick Cosentino
Team Leader Magnet Forensics
Canada Canada
I graduated from the University of Waterloo for Computer Engineering and I'm fortunate enough to work as a Team Lead of Software Engineering at Magnet Forensics. As a team lead, I'm often looking to encourage better coding standards, creative approaches to problem solving, and ensure that good clean code makes it into the code base. I want my team to produce top-notch code, but I want to make sure that we're all learning to become better developers along the way.

Blog: http://www.devleader.ca
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DevLeaderCa
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/nickcosentino
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nbcosentino
Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DevleaderCa/posts
Nitesh Luharuka
Team Leader Director @ Rebin Infotech
India India
An Independent IT Professional and Consultant on MS Technologies like .Net | MVC | Silverlight | Sharepoint | MS Project Server along with open source CMS Systems like DotNetNuke etc.

I am an enthusiastic technocrat who love to debug problems and solve them. I love writing articles on my website in my spare time. Please visit my Website for more details and subscribe to get technology related tips/tricks.
Nosey Parker
Software Developer
Russian Federation Russian Federation
No Biography provided
Paul M Watt
Engineer
United States United States
I am a software architect and I have been developing software for nearly two decades. Over the years I have learned to value maintainable solutions first. This has allowed me to adapt my projects to meet the challenges that inevitably appear during development. I use the most beneficial short-term achievements to drive the software I develop towards a long-term vision.

C++ is my strongest language. However, I have also used x86 ASM, ARM ASM, C, C#, JAVA, Python, and JavaScript to solve programming problems. I have worked in a variety of industries throughout my career, which include:
• Manufacturing
• Consumer Products
• Virtualization
• Computer Infrastructure Management
• DoD Contracting

My experience spans these hardware types and operating systems:
• Desktop
o Windows (Full-stack: GUI, Application, Service, Kernel Driver)
o Linux (Application, Daemon)
• Mobile Devices
o Windows CE / Windows Phone
o Linux
• Embedded Devices
o VxWorks (RTOS)
o Greenhills Linux
o Embedded Windows XP

I am a Mentor and frequent contributor to CodeProject.com with tutorial articles that teach others about the inner workings of the Windows APIs.

I am the creator of an open source project on GitHub called Alchemy[^], which is an open-source compile-time data serialization library.

I maintain my own repository and blog at CodeOfTheDamned.com/[^], because code maintenance does not have to be a living hell.
Pavel Durov
Software Developer
Israel Israel
No Biography provided
Peri Venkatesh
Tester / Quality Assurance
India India
Currently working as a software engineer, I am passionate about how things work, technology and science.
Prava-MFS
Software Developer (Senior)
India India
Software engineer with around 6 years of web application development experience in open source technologies like PHP, MySQL, HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery etc.

I love to learn and share my knowledge in which manner I can and like to solve the issues as in the coding perspective. I am an active contributor in community forums like StackOverflow, CodeProject etc. Besides that, I write blogs in free time and speak in various technical community events.
Prilvesh K
Software Developer
Fiji Fiji
Prilvesh is a Front end and Back end developer who holds certificates from Google , Microsoft and Oracle who Specializes in Web development and automation using Python and PHP.
He has experience designing developing and building Api's and secure platforms that can handle enterprise level transactions with encryption.

He often simplifies complex problems and solves them through processes and procedures that are efficient and easily understandable even by non programmers including management.
S.Prateek
Software Developer Vizrt Bangladesh
Bangladesh Bangladesh
Microsoft MVP, Ex Microsoft Student Partner, Windows Phone Enthusiast, Creepy Follower of .net resources.
Sipra Ray
Tester / Quality Assurance
India India
I am Sipra Ray, ISTQB certified - Quality Analyst at Mindfire Solutions.
An extrovert by nature ,I like to interact with people and share with all what I learn.
I would love to share and answer queries and gain knowledge from forums like Code Project
Follow up with my blogs at:- siprabugtracker.wordpress.com
Steffen Ploetz
CEO Ploetz + Zeller GmbH
Germany Germany
No Biography provided
Syed M Hussain
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
No Biography provided
Thomas Mahlberg
Software Developer
Germany Germany
No Biography provided
Woong Gyu La
Software Developer
United States United States
Woong Gyu La had been working as a software developer for over 8 years.
His personal interests are improving his personal projects,

EpLibrary (Visual C++ Utility Library)
https://github.com/juhgiyo/EpLibrary[^]

EpOraLibrary (Oracle OCI Wrapper Library for Visual C++)
https://github.com/juhgiyo/EpOraLibrary[^]

EpServerEngine (Visual C++ WinSock Server/Client Engine)
https://github.com/juhgiyo/EpServerEngine[^]

And other projects can be found at
https://github.com/juhgiyo?tab=repositories[^]

Finally, my other articles can be found at
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/juhgiyo#articles[^]

You can contact me at juhgiyo@gmail.com[^]
Yuriy Magurdumov
United States United States
No Biography provided
Yvan Rodrigues
Systems Engineer Clearpath Robotics
Canada Canada
Yvan Rodrigues has 30 years of experience in information systems and software development for the industry. He is Senior Controls Engineer at OTTO Motors

He is a Certified Technician (C.Tech.), a professional designation granted by the Institute of Engineering Technology of Ontario (IETO).

Yvan draws on experience as owner of Red Cell Innovation Inc., Mabel's Labels Inc. as Manager of Systems and Development, and the University of Waterloo as Information Systems Manager.

Yvan supports open-source software. He is a committer for SharpKit (C# to Javascript cross-compiler) and WebIssues (Issue/Ticket Management System), TinyMCE (JavaScript editor), and contributes to MySQL, Ghostscript, iTextSharp, Bacula, FreeBSD, and Xamarin.

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