I have been writing in English on my own blog for a short time. I will keep doing that as long as I find it efficient. If you are a subscriber of this blog, please change your subscriptions regarding the following URLs. Blog URL: http://sunali.comRSS Feed: http://sunali.com/feed/ Coskun SUNALI
All busy days, lots of projects to design, develop and deploy. It is why I am not around for a while. I just wanted to give you an idea how the support department of DevExpress works. I had a problem with one of the support team employee, in fact it was my mistake that I have misunderstood the guy or it was just a reflex of my previous support request experiences, I don’t really know. And now, the CTO for the company and the head of support department pay attention to my problem (or “problemless”). Thanks them for not making me shy of suggesting … Continue reading DevExpress – Support
I was checking out what is new at the MSDN. If you have a look at the top of http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/subscriptions/default.aspx you will see the news: Are You Ready for Vista?Windows Vista Release Candidate 1 (RC1) has been released. It is available now for MSDN Subscribers. Log in to your MSDN Subscription and select Software Downloads and Product Keys from your list of benefits. For additional information, visit the Windows Vista Get Ready web site. And even http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/getready/default.mspx is not updated either. I wonder, although RC2 has been available for MSDN subscribers, why the news is about RC1? If you have any idea, … Continue reading Vista RC1? What is wrong with RC2?
Well, this is my first post in this blog and it is nice to be here. First of all, let me introduce myself. I am an Asp.NET MVP from Istanbul / Turkey and have been working around .NET for more than 6 years. I have worked on various .NET projects with the titles of junior developer, senior developer and technical consultant. I develop not only web applications but also desktop applications and if you ask my opinion, web side is the one for the future. Some of you may know me from the MVP events or from my Turkish blog site … Continue reading Nice to be here…