Daily .NET Tips – Completed 1 Year Today

imageI am very happy to inform that,  Daily .NET Tips marks the first anniversary today.  27th Dec 2010, I announced the official launch of this web site ( .NET Tip a Day, Keeps painkillers away! – Live at http://dailydotnettips.com – 27th Dec 2010 ).  A year back I started with this site with intention of sharing most useful and handy tip and tricks on .NET that can improve productivity of work while coding and can give solutions of much required problems.  This site is completely design for sharing Tips and Tricks, New Features, useful Code Snippet which you can use in daily development work and targeted anything related with .NET.

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Download : “Betty Wallpapers” – Windows Phone App for Bing image search

Screenshot1If you ever wanted an application in windows phone which can search images and wallpapers from internet and download it into your phone, then your wait is over.

My friend Jebarson has developed a very simple app named "Betty Wallpapers" which uses Bing for searching the images / wallpapers from the internet and shows up on the screen. You can download them directly into your library.

The application also exposes search options which allows you to filter your images by size, aspect, color, style,etc.

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My Upcoming Events : Virtual Tech Days and Technology Conclave Delhi 2011

imageThe 13th edition of Microsoft Virtual Tech Days – being held on 14th to 16th Dec 2011. I’ll be presenting a session on Web Developer Track and will talk about “Inside IIS Request Processing and ASP.NET Page Life Cycle” on 15th Dec 2011 from 3:00pm – 4:00pm (IST) . Understanding the ASP.NET Page Life Cycle is an essential knowledge for developing ASP.NET Web Application, and before Page Life Cycle, IIS does a numbers of internal process with the request coming from client browser. During this session I will discuss how IIS process ASP.NET Requests, what happens when some client request comes to IIS, how IIS decided what kind of request it is and later in internals of ASP.NET Page lifecycle.

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