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I am born in Bangladesh and currently live in Melbourne, Australia. I am a Microsoft Certified Application Developer MCAD Chartered Member (C# .Net)and born in Bangladesh.
I am founder and Chief Executive Officer of
Simplexhub, a highly experienced software development company based in Melbourne Australia and Dhaka, Bangladesh. Co-founder and core developer of Pageflakes www.pageflakes.com.
Simplexhub, is on its mission to build a smart virtual community in Bangladesh and recently launched beta realestatebazaar.com.bd an ASP.NET MVC application written in C#.NET.


Some of My Articles
Flexible and Plugin based .Net Application..
Mass Emailing Functionality with C#, .NET 2.0, and Microsoft® SQL Server 2005 Service Broker'
Write your own Code Generator or Template Engine in .NET

Shahed Khan blog

Introduction to Service Broker Programming
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/ko-kr/library/ms171578.aspx

SSBAdmin – Niels B.
http://www.sqljunkies.com/WebLog/nielsb/archive/2005/12/27/17701.aspx

GotDotNet Code Gallery
http://www.gotdotnet.com/codegallery/codegallery.aspx?id=9f7ae2af-31aa-44dd-9ee8-6b6b6d3d6319

Inside MSDN: Building the MSDN Aggregation System, by John Mollman: http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/06/07/InsideMSDN/default.aspx

Visual Studio Magazine: Program SQL Server 2005’s Service Broker by Roger Jennings: http://www.ftponline.com/vsm/2006_06/magazine/features/rjennings/
 
SqlDownUnder.com, Experiences with SQL Server Service Broker and Dynamic Management Views (DMVs) with Dr. Tom Moreau:
http://www.sqldownunder.com/
 
Service Broker in SQL Server: How and when to use it, by Serdar Yegulalp
 
An introduction to Sql Server Service Broker
 
SQL Server 2005 Query Notifications Tell .NET 2.0 Apps When Critical Data Changes
 
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