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ian.coetzer

ian.coetzer ian.coetzer

Niner since 2007

Hi

I'm a .Net Software Developer / Systems Analyst.
Working for a large automotive company where I implement various .Net / Asp.Net solutions.
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  • This Week on Channel 9: Feb 22 with Ed Kaim!

    Hi

    I would realllly like to gain access to the software available via DreamSpark! I'm a 3rd year B.SC Computer Science student.

    But alas my country is not listed Sad

    I'm in South Africa studying part-time via the University of South Africa (UNISA).

    Any chance us getting access to the software?Tongue Out

    Bye

    Ian
  • Amanda Silver on Visual Basic LINQ Syntax in Visual Studio 2008

    Hi

    Thanks, very nice video.

    Amazing stuff! when I think back to the days of say VB6 this would have been thought impossible (almost).
    And then we saw VS 2003 etc. which was 'amazing' back then.

    I cannot believe that things have come this far! This functionality will definitely benefit business application developers like myself tons!

    I just can't decide where I would use these new data functionality... in my data access or business tier ....

    Thanks again for the vid, these kind are great where you can see the presenters in the small window while the code is rolling!

    Bye
  • HanselMinutes on 9 - #1 -

    Hello!

    I'm new to channel 9 and this is the second vid. I have watched to date, the other one was a patterns and practices discussion which was also quite good.

    This was amazing - I have been working as a developer for 7 years now, started writing Asp.Net applications for the company I work for in 2003.

    It is great to kind of get to know the people behind all these wonderful frameworks / tools that we use on a daily basis.

    I will most definetely bookmark channel 9 - largely due to these two great vids that I have now watched.

    Keep well!

    Ian from South Africa Wink