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In this blog i'll try to post some jQuery, JavaScript, ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC sort of stuff. Actually I'm an ASP.NET developer.

I always try to explore some new corners in jQuery, JavaScript rather than in C# and ASP.NET. I don't understand why I find lost of interest in web development rather than .NET development. Maybe the fantasy to create your own design drives most of the juniors for learning jQuery, javascript and some javascript sort of libraries like AngularJS.

Of course I should not mention JavaScript in this post because I'm just learning JavaScript.

Recently I've been adding/deleting/modifying the plugins in this blog with a test post. If someone of you could capture what I've done before my introduction I'm trying to incorporate some plugins before I post to my blog.

I hope I could make some noise in the Google traffic with my posts. Feel free to comment/share your views on my posts.

Cheers !

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