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Guide to Exporting Grids to Excel

Exporting GridView to Excel is a very common task which is performed in most of the web applications. There are various techniques of exporting the GridView to excel and it highly depends on the application scenario. In this article I will demonstrate some techniques that you will find useful. Read More . . .

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Windows Live Writer

Windows Live Writer is a desktop application that makes it easier to compose compelling blog posts using Windows Live Spaces or your current blog service. Blogging has turned the web into a two-way communications medium. Our goal in creating Writer is to help make blogging more powerful, intuitive, and fun for everyone. Read More . . .

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The MSDN Global Home Page

Victus Wong and John Serna show how the new MSDN home page utilizes language and location detection to surface geo-aware localized content on the page. In addition, they illustrate how the MSDN home page geo-redirects users to any available fully localized MSDN home page in the user’s locale.

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User Mode Process Dumper

The User Mode Process Dumper (userdump) dumps any running Win32 processes memory image (including system processes such as csrss.exe, winlogon.exe, services.exe, etc) on the fly, without attaching a debugger, or terminating target processes. Generated dump file can be analyzed or debugged by using the standard debugging tools.

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Where is Tech Guru?

Some of my blog readers have sent me email asking where Tech Guru is gone. Actually I was developing some new business areas and was too busy with some studying which was finished just a week ago. Will do my best keeping here as update as it was before. I may upgrade the blog engine from .Text to CS. And I’ll be most probably blogging on something which should be gathering everyone’s attention within the next year… I’ll let you know what it is in near feature.

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