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2011 Recap and Greatest hits

2011 year has been ended before so its time to write the year recap blog post.First of all I like to wish my friends,reader and everybody a happy new year. This year was very exciting in some way for this blog. First thing was happened that I have moved from blogspot domain to my own domain http://www.dotnetjalps.com. I have written this in a blog post why I was moving from blogspot to my personal domain. Another great thing was happened that I was awarded as MIcrosoft most valuable professional for visual C# for year 2011 it was great to be part of MVP communities and meet fellow Mvps.Professionally this year was good year as I have got chance work on the new technologies like Juqery Mobile,ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET 4.0 on real time projects.

Events I have attended during year 2011

Professionally I was very busy with this year but still I managed to attend few events personally while I have attended lots of events and webcasts during this Year. I have attended two events this year one was Tech On Road 2011 at Ahmedabad and other was Windows Azure camp both event was great and followings are details blog post about it.

http://www.dotnetjalps.com/2011/06/tech-ed-on-road-2011-ahmedabada-great.html

http://www.dotnetjalps.com/2011/05/windows-azure-camp-at-ahmedabad.html

Greatest Hit for 2011

I have written 95 blog posts through year through I was really busy with professional environments but following are greatest hits as per blogger stats.
Sending email through System.Net.Mail.Smtpmail in asp.net 3.5/2.0
How to take ScreenShot in C#
Enumeration in C#.NET,VB.NET
How to call a web service from JavaScript with asp.net Ajax
That’s it. Once again thank you for reading this blog and Happy new year to all of you. Stay tuned for more I am planning to write more and more blog post this year. Till then happy programming.

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