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Heath Stewart is a happily married software engineer originally from the Midwest and a graduate of Iowa State University. Heath start programming early in life and enjoys continuous research and development in new languages, frameworks, and platforms. Fluent in many different programming languages, he has developed many large-scale software solutions for companies in different areas, such as Internet filtering, intrusion detection systems, production management systems, and web applications for various purposes. He also enjoys photography.

Currently, Heath is a Program Manager in the Visual Studio Professional Deployment Experience (VSPro DEX) team at Microsoft. Previous to his employment, he was a Microsoft MVP for Visual C#.

He is also a CodeProject protector and is happy to help the development community.
31 Dec 2004 CodeProject MVP 2005



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GeneralRe: I'm a Geek Pin
Heath Stewart17-Dec-03 4:08
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GeneralIt's in the Docs Pin
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Rai Umair11-Jul-03 6:06
MemberRai Umair11-Jul-03 6:06 
Dear Developers:

I find the same thing wrong with the majority of the (wannabe) developers they really don’t know how to search up for example code, method details and so on.

I guess this is also the number one cause of developer’s finally loosing interest in programming with passion and start copy-pasting and turning to help from external sources, sort of making it a drag.

I believe it’s not entirely the developers fault, may be they have never be told or taught to do so. I am in the process of writing up an article on the lines of ‘how to find what you want using the web and MSDN’.

I my self discovered the value of books and articles online accidentally and have never looked back since then. Just using free sources I was able to learn ColdFusion and introduced it in Pakistan along with a few other developers back in 2000 and now I am concentrating on .NET based software development and software architecture.

The architecture center at MSDN is great initiative by Microsoft.

Visit it online at: http://

Smile | :) , Happy Coding.

Rai Umair

What is now proved, was once only imagened...
GeneralRe: It's in the Docs Pin
Heath Stewart11-Jul-03 6:28
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