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Voaraghamanthar

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About Voaraghamanthar

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    New Member
  • Birthday 08/17/1970

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    Male
  • Location
    Indiana
  • Interests
    Software Development, Technical Writing, Web Developer, Web Design, Computer Hardware, Computer Gaming, Xbox/Xbox Live, Project Management, Computer Languages.

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    Chris Waggoner

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  1. Voaraghamanthar

    GUI Programing

    Believe it or not...every single one of those tasks you require can be done by creating a GUI inside of a Microsoft Office Excel Spreadsheet and using Macros. You are right though, Visual Studio can accomplish the same tasks if you create a webpage, which is becoming the preferred method simply because there is so much malicious code written in C++ language people or companies don't want it anymore. Java and web languages are the choice of the future as things move into the Cloud...Visual Studio Express is also free these days....it is the same as the full version but you can not create or load plugins into Express.
  2. Voaraghamanthar

    50 inch HDTV AS PC MONITOR

    I do enjoy the Intel Video WiDi on my laptop. I project it to my 72" HDTV by using a Belkin ScreenCast TV Adapter for the Intel wireless display inside the laptop. This Adapter is basically a router and available on Amazon. Note that you must have Windows 7 in order to use the WiDi. Would love to talk more about this technology if anyone is interested.
  3. Voaraghamanthar

    Which companies do you prefer for networking equipment?

    Living out in the country. Internet options are limited. I tried Satellite Internet connection one time and I will never go back to that. I now run a Verizon Wireless Mobile Dongle using a CradlePoint CBR400 Router. The router is quite spendy, but very worth it. Love the speeds with 4G mobile broadband as well. It is also pretty cool that I may pack my router up and take it with me in my vehicle.
  4. Voaraghamanthar

    Back In The Mix

    I have been away far too long from this website. I can't believe Ryan left here, loved working with him, and now Dale has passed? I am truly and deeply sympathetic for everyone's loss. I too lost someone dear to me over this past weekend. Anyway, glad to be back in the mix. I had a lot of fun back in 04-06 helping out around here. I sure do hope this community is as fun as it was back in those days. I see a lot of good changes on this website. Very impressive. I too have grown my skills since 2004. I've gained skill in Technical Writing, Developing Software, Operating Systems, Game Reviews, Developing Websites on the Front End and Back End, Project Coordinating, Hardware Installs/Upgrades. I would love to help out again. I am currently working for a famous Pizza Restaurant at their headquarters as a Project Coordinator in the IS (Information Systems) Dept. It's a great job. I came back to OCC to try and see if I could help again and was quite shocked by the news posted on the home page. If you guys need help around here just let me know. As far as hardware goes, I am more into Gaming Laptops than Desktops. I also have acquired a decent amount of knowledge in developing Android Apps, Google Apps, Computer Languages, Windows 8 Apps, Microsoft Visual Studio, and all around "general" skill and knowledge involving Business Intelligence. My goals are to work my way up into a Business Analyst position. I will see you guys around and I can not stress enough how glad I am to be back in this community and deeply sincere to the loss of Dale. Thank you. Chris
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