Vinay Pal Singh (MCTS – Exchange Server 2007, MCSA – Exchange Server 2003 and CCNA) is an engineering graduate in computer science, and currently working as a Senior Messaging Administrator. He has a keen interest in working on the Exchange Servers and had designed, implemented and supported various Exchange mail messaging solutions including multiple sites at different organizations. Continue reading
Anil is a computer professional working for a Mumbai-based Multinational IT firm. Currently, he is a Technical Architect for Enterprise Content Management Systems. He got his dual bachelor’s degree in Computer Systems and Engineering from British Columbia University and Mumbai University. He is keenly interested in creating and leveraging new innovative solutions. In his spare time, he likes reading, blogging and traveling.
Vaibhav Kumar, a Software Engineer at Sun Microsystems, has been working with Java for the last three years. He is very much interested in blogging and recently has reviewed uCertify’s PrepKit for SCJP (Sun Certified Java Programmer) exam CX-310-055. Continue reading
Jayaram Krishnaswamy, a technical writer and a trainer in a US-based company, has a passion for writing various web/database-related articles for different IT websites. Recently, one of his books was published by Packt Publishers in Birmingham, UK. Visit the following link to know more: http://www.packtpub.com/sql-server-integration-services-visual-studio-2005/book/bh/jay/0508.
Some of Jayaram’s blogs and websites are http://hodentek.blogspot.com, http://HodentekHelp.blogspot.com, and http://www.angelfire.com/vt2/hodentek.
A few days back, Jayaram evaluated uCertify’s PrepKit for the 70-526 VB exam, which is a requirement for achieving the MCTS: Windows Application certification exam. Continue reading
Shahin has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Computer Hardware and is MCP, MCSA 2003, MCSE 2003, A+ certified. Currently, he is working as a Network Consultant, Network Administrator and MCSE Trainer since 2003. He is engaged in a number of different organizations in which he has deployed Windows 2003 Domain, ISA Server, Exchange Server, Live Communication server, Office Communication Server, Share Point and WSUS. Continue reading
Gibson Tang has been active in Singapore’s game industry for the last 5 years and has worked as a game development programmer since joining Nexgen Studio in 2005. Since then, he has successfully developed various games for the mobile and PC platforms, and has also gotten involved in the development of “Elven Legends” (A mobile MMORPG) and “Deep Quest” (A casual RPG). Soon after leaving his job in March 2007, he decided to start his own company.
Currently, he is a part-time lecturer at Nanyang Polytechnic for the Diploma in Entertainment Technology course. He also works for Temasek Polytechnic where he teaches the Game and Entertainment Technology diploma course. Continue reading
Amul Kumar, who is a Digital Imaging Specialist & Photographer, lives and works in Chicago, Illinois, since 1975. He is keenly interested in Information Technology and has lately become obsessed with photography. Currently, he is a member of Advertising Photographers of America (APA) and American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), and works as a commercial photographer’s assistant.
Gil Fink (MCPD, MCTS) works as a senior developer and consultant at SRL Group. He also specializes in Microsoft technologies, including ASP.NET, Win Form and SQL Server. He has successfully completed various small and large Web projects using ASP.NET as a developer and as a team leader. Currently, he is working on a large project in Bank Hapoalim. He spends his spare time enjoying with his family and friends. Continue reading
Erik Lane has been working in the IT industry for the last 10 years in the area of software development in Colorado. He is keenly interested in ASP.NET and C#. He also gives more emphasis in developing and designing programming code, which are clean, understandable, maintainable, and testable.
In his opinion, creating software is more of an art than just doing one’s job. Therefore, you should never stop enhancing your skills to become a master in your field. You can contact Erik at his blog: http://blog.eriklane.com/ Continue reading