Microsoft’s Senior Sales Excellence Manager, Eric Ligman, is offering nearly 300 Microsoft eBooks for free. There are books covering various topics, we could list them here, but there are way too many. So it’s better if you check them from the official pages where you can get them from. Update:Read More →

Microsoft announced the versions and Pricing of the new Visual Studio 2015.  Unlike the previous Visual Studio 2013, 2015 will have only 3 version available, Microsoft combined the Premium and Ultimate versions to Enterprise edition. They versions available are Visual Studio Community 2015 Visual Studio Professional 2015 with MSDN VisualRead More →

Geekiest.Net is using BlogEngine.NET from the beginning itself as the blogging platform. I selected this because it is an open source C# project and I believed I can change code if I want to tweak a bit. Earlier I used to create themes for it too. I also wrote fewRead More →

BlogEngine.NET is an open source blogging platform developed in C#.  The latest version 3.0 released with many new featuresd like auto update,  Custom front page etc.  If you use BlogEngine as your blogging platform it is time to upgrade your version. What is new in Version 3.0 Auto update –Read More →

  Microsoft released Official Bing extension for Visual Studio. This will help developers to search and re-use the code snippets from sites like MSDN, StackOverflow, Dotnetperls and CSharp411. You can search what you want directly from the IntelliSense , it will show the following window and you can choose “HowRead More →

Earlier we posted about the 2.9 beta version of BlogEngine released the final version of 2.9. (We will be upgrading to 2.9 soon by the way) What’s new in 2.9 Admin UI redesigned using latest Bootstrap framework. New standard theme, also Bootstrap based, standards compliant with clean and beautifulRead More →

BlogEngine.Net released beta of its latest version 2.9. BlogEngine is an open source blogging platform written in C#. We are using it for this blog.  One of the main advantage is that you do not need a database like MySql or SQL server to use this (you can use themRead More →

if you are using BlogEngine.NET for your blog and you are using the related posts control, you may need this. Normally BlogEngine will decide the related posts from the body and heading, but it may not display related posts accurate on all posts, so the following change will display relatedRead More →

We are using BlogEngine.NET as our bloging plat form, from the beginning of this website. It is a cool open source, well supported ASP.NET blog engine. The images using on our blog posts were PNG mostly and with big size caused slow page loading. If you too facing the sameRead More →