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Featured in Dotnetspider SpiderTeam

Featured in Dotnetspider SpiderTeam

I am happy to share the joyous moments that I am currently featured in the current month SpiderTeam webpage of Dotnetspider, India's premiere .NET tutorial website. Just after having a trip to my bank and came back to my workplace for a brief surfing on Saturday, I got the email from Spider Team informing the same. I have attached the screenshot of SpiderTeam webpage for quick reference of my readers. You can find under the following section in the screenshot 'Our Technical Board'. When you scroll down a bit more, you can find a few members who have been chosen as 'Most Value Professionals'. If you are now interested, to get featured here, then click online to http://www.dotnetspider.com/ to demonstrate your passion for the community and get recognized.



Note: The screenshot was generated using Create Panoramic Image feature of Irfanview. You can find two review articles on Irfanview over the following URLs:

With the page itself scrolling multiple vertical scrollbars, you can take individual screenshots and then use this feature to combine them into a single image. However, you need to be a bit careful when it comes to browser scrollbars and other elements since even these may be captured by the panoramic image by Irfanview, which is very precise and accurate in image operations besides the salient advantage that the size of the image too is relatively very less.


With the grace of my Lord, it makes me feel more happier and enthusiastic in being more passionate with vibrant community spirit helping out my peers. The most interesting part of Dotnetspider is that it helps little peers who are just out of colleges by streamlining their software development habits making them more robust and resilent in thier coding and development efforts. It is a pleasure to serve the youngsters through this ever-vibrant forum that you get the bliss and happiness of serving as a little torch light (if not as a full-fledged beacon light) in taking newbies in the technology playground to greater heights gently by hand.

Comments

Really it a great honour for you. I know sky is the limit for you. All the best.

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