Yes I got another web development device in my collection called BenQ FP72E Size 17-Inch LCD PC Monitor collected from Dubai. Before that I was using my Fujitsu LIFEBOOK L series LH531 model. So now you can say I can review or test my web development works on a larger display . Actually it’s not the major but it’s just useful when I need to test my work on a larger display. I will work on my laptop display normally and will test on it if required.

Another things optionally is, I love watching movie when I am a bit free or when I am too much busy with my programming work! I have a collection of movie around 120 above. It’s great to watch HD movie on this new 17-Inch LCD display. On my old one Fujitsu when I was watching a movie that was also perfect but not like now on my 17-Inch new monitor. I really love it!

If I start from the beginning when I was in University and working hard for a Complete professional software development with VB.Net on Visual Studio 2005.

I was too much curious to know what is the actual look or coding system for a professional software? How can I develop a software with professional look and coding? What will be the features listing of a complete software? etc etc

It’s after 5 years from here! Now I can develop those all things with quite nice features, coding standard and looks with some different languages!

Ok, come to the point, With C Sharp .net I will write a complete series of article to show the step by step development of a complete professional software. It should be from the step zero, that is selecting what I want to develop and what function can be done with that project that is features listing. Then the step by step development.

So the basic flow of that series of articles will be

Hopefully all those articles will be easy to read and easy to understand for those who have basics on computer programming in C Sharp language. I am not sure how much it is true yet, to see what is coming next keep in touch!

Note: In the meantime you can do some basic study on C Sharp with Visual Studio 2010 as well!

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