Developer's Resources

by Jig 12. November 2010 22:00

I have sticky notes and print-outs pined on my work wall for all those good stuff we all developers use all the time. Well, I thought it will be a good idea to put them together so that they are easily accessible. Following is a comprehensive list of regularly used cheat sheets and references. 


If you all know any other cheat sheet that I might have missed, please let me know and I will include it as well.


Cheat Sheets:



MCTS-ified :)

by Jig 12. November 2010 10:02



I have been planning to give my certification exams since a long time. Finally, I decided to appear for my exam on last Saturday and now I am Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in Web Applications Development using .Net Framework 4.0!


There are not many books available on C# 4.0 yet. None released from Microsoft Press yet. I referred to MSDN for most of the study material. There is a very nice blog by NIALL MERRIGAN, on study guide for this exam. In my opinion, real life experiences are the best way to learn. So if you are working on .Net Framework 3.5 for a while now, just need to brush up some of the new stuff of .Net 4.0 and you should be good to go for the exam!


Enhancements made by Microsoft to its certification program make them more meaningful and practical than ever, helping companies recruit the best candidates. Microsoft Certification enable you to keep skills relevant, applicable, and competitive. Being a Microsoft Certified Professional, you get several benefits, some of which are:


  • MCP only access to community
  • Special offers and events from Microsoft
  • Discounts on MCPeStore
  • MCP Career Center



Plus, Cool Logo & Business Card:





Three more exams to go for MCPD in .Net 4.0.





Hi, I'm Jignesh

My name is Jignesh Panchal and I am a Sr Software Engineer, UI Designer and system architect. I follow and practice Software Craftsmanship principals, clean code, lean startup methodology.


Besides this, in my free time I love to play tennis, cricket, PC and PS3\Xbox One games, dig in web development and design. Hardware hacking using Raspberry Pi, Arduino.

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