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DotNetJalps 500th blog post- A milestone achieved.

This is my 500th blog post on this blog and I feel very proud writing this blog post. I am very passionate about blogging and I have been doing more than 5 years.  500th blog post a great achievement and on this occasion first all I would like to thank my family for continuous support they are providing support to maintain blog at regular interval.


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I also like to thanks all the reader and visitors of this blog without your love and support this blog would not be what it is right now. Please feel free to share your experience about this blog to me.

Why its so important to write blog:

Whenever I am writing blog i feel that I am writing blog post for the first time. Lots of people asked me this question why you are writing blogs and here is my post about why a developer should blog Please read it you will see that there are lots of advantages of writing blogs. Within a short period of time I have got so much appreciation and attention after writing this blog.

Future plan for dotnetjalps blog:

I am learning new things like ASP.NET 4.5,C# 4.5 and lots of technologies comes with Visual Studio 2011 and even I am planning to start a visual studio 2011 beta series which contains lots of information about Visual studio 2011 features. Also I am going write blog about HTML5,ASP.NET MVC 4.0 etc. It’s my dream to make this blog  as a great resource for programmers and other technical people for Microsoft related technologies.

That’s all I have for the moment. Thank you very much for making this happen and stay tuned for more updates.

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  1. I just wanted to thank you very much for this ensightful article. I have already bookmarked your site, when I have more free time I am going to have to do some further reading.

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