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Hi There!

My name is Venkata Uma. Lakkakula, I am an enthusiastic asp.net web developer working for a great insurance company in United States. I worked for Accenture, Dell and Microsoft in the past. I love Microsoft technologies and admire web development. I enjoy writing code for living.

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All opinions expressed in this blog are my own and no-way are connected to my employer. All the code samples and content is provided “AS IS” with no warranties and are bound to copy right where ever applicable. Use code samples at your own risk.

4 Comments »

  1. Hi Uma
    Very impressed with you code and idea about the linksgrid.com
    Looking forward to reading you updates.

    – Prashant

    Comment by Prashant — June 22, 2009 @ 11:47 am

  2. Hello,
    Well done for your work !
    I’m a c#/asp.net developer and I’m on my way to code something very equivalent to your linksgrid :
    A widget portal with Asp.net MVC 2/entity framework/jquery/jquery ui (for drag and drop with sortable and theme)/jquery template (soon in the core of jquery).
    I also would like to use the theme part of jquery ui and an html widget with tiny MCE (or other) and maybe a file manager and much more….

    I ‘ll do it for fun first but maybe one day if it works great, ill change the code to do a specific commercial app… but it’s not sure at all

    If you would like to share your code, I could work on it to add/update stuff and share back with you what I’ve done.

    Cheers
    Fabrice

    Comment by fabrice — January 7, 2011 @ 2:04 pm

  3. i stumbled onto your site, and took a quick glimpse over some of your work and statements, and am impressed indeed!

    Great job!

    Having said that i personally have jumped on the jQuery client driven bandwagon, and for my personal projects i use .Net to write web services and use the MicrosoftAjax library to build my controls and handle the serialization. So personally i feel all UI should be done on the client and the server left only for authentication and data persistence… This has worked out for me quite well personally…. but not professionally!

    So anyway, your model for blending the two together has seemed quite appropriate, and since you did this a few years back it seems you may be ahead in the game.

    So how can i see the demo’s and where the heck is your source code!!?

    Comment by tony — July 13, 2011 @ 5:35 pm

  4. hi you made bing instant search

    Comment by rajesh — December 18, 2011 @ 5:27 am


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