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  • Why Should I Blog?

    I want to share some of my experiences here about blogging with the Mindcracker community.
  • Top 10 Things Every Developer Must Do

    Here is a list of my top 10 things for developers to do that I've learned from my mistakes over past 23 years of building software.
  • Protecting Your Data At Conferences

    In this article, learn how to protect your data at conferences.
  • Top 10 Programming Languages Of 2019

    Here is a list of most popular programming language in the world.
  • Most Popular Programming Language

    What are the most popular programming languages in the world? Compare C, C++, Java, C#, and Python programming.
  • How to Be Fearless In A Technical Interview

    Here are some of my top tips to help you be confident in a technical interview.
  • Microsoft MVP 2019 - 2020

    July 1st, 2019 was one of my favorite days of the year. Guess what? I am a Microsoft MVP for the fourth time in a row. Yes, you heard me right.
  • Reuse, Reuse And More Code Reuse

    In this article, you will learn about reuse, reuse and more code reuse.
  • How To Write Good Articles

    In this post we are going to see a few points which you should consider when you write an article.
  • A Thank You To My Geek Friends

    Today is the actual 25th anniversary of my first public speech at the user group I founded in April 1994. I would like to say Thank You to my Geek Friends.
  • Mantra To Crack Job Interviews

    Cracking a job interview is our first step towards fulfilling our dreams and ambitions. Based on my experience being on both sides of the table of the interview, I have formulated these points to focu
  • Top 10 Jobs In The US For 2019

    Here is a list of most in-demand and most paying jobs in the US.
  • Secure Travel

    Traveling in today’s age of technology is a lot easier than in the past. You can start your journey in the morning of one country and be half way across the world by night's end. When traveling, d
  • Writing For A Community Website Vs. Personal Blog

    Why should I write for a community website like C# Corner when I have my own personal blog? A few people have asked me this question on numerous occasions.
  • Why Everyone Should Write A Blog

    I have compiled a few benefits of blogging and put them into questions that you can ask yourself.
  • Dealing With Recruiters - Why Don't They Actually Read My Profile Or Resume

    This morning while checking my LinkedIn messages, I replied to one of these messages from a recruiter and sure enough, it is in Bellevue, Washington for a position at Expedia.
  • Choose One: Job or Career

    In this article we will learn about your career. A career is a crucial part of our life. The biggest difference between a job and a career is that a job is what you work at to make money, whereas a ca
  • Essentials for software developer or any computer job

    A couple of abilities are essential to any software developer. It is compulsory to get those ones right to prosper on the job without degenerating your health.
  • How To Start Programming | A Step-by-Step Tutorial

    This video talks about the programming pathway every college student should follow to start programming!
  • Skills Needed For Data Scientist And Data Analyst Roles

    This video describes the differences between the Data Scientist and Data Analyst roles. Also, we will talk about the skills needed for this role.
  • How And Where To Learn Microsoft Technologies For Free

    This video is especially for college and university students who want to know about different Microsoft Technologies and how they can learn these technologies for free. I hope you all will like this v
  • Memoirs Of A Developer

    Memoirs of a developer, a short story of my career.
  • I Don’t Know

    I'm writing this post to let you know that it's completely fine to not know something, and often, a simple "I don't know" can make everyone's lives, including your own, much,
  • Priorities Of A Passionate Developer

    Anyone that has been around me knows that I'm quite passionate about my craft, and if you are reading this, you probably have a bit of that inside you as well.
  • Software Soup

    It's interesting how the two: parenthood and development, might intersect a bit more in unusual ways than one might think. a few nights back when I was reading a bedtime story with my son entitled
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