About Chaks

Chakkaradeep, known as Chaks to his friends, hails from the Indian subcontinent. Legend has it, that if you repeat his full name three times, the universe folds itself out of existence and you’ll be left there – sitting on a few measly threads, with the homeless residents of said universe glaring at you. We know what you’re thinking: don’t ask for his middle name 😉

Having done his Masters, he knows his way around a computer and has sound knowledge of Microsoft and Linux technologies. He is well known to be found wandering the Internet with the name Chaks. Chaks is known to code in many programming languages and is a fan of the Microsoft Development Platform.

Chaks is also a movie freak and tries his best to grab a seat in the first week of every movie release. He loves to play PC and Xbox games, but hasn’t yet succeeded in becoming the best gamer amongst his friends.

Chaks is now @ Intergen working as Intermediate Microsoft Developer in the Development & Integration team. He is looking forward to a wonderful (techy!!!geeky!!!) future ahead in Intergen 8)

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– Last updated July 13th, 2008


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14 responses

5 08 2007
Aakash

VEry cool!
Nicely written. I’m sure, you can write a “great”/”best selling” book if you try! lol..

5 08 2007
Chaks

lol…thanks 🙂

23 09 2007
prathul

Cool Profile 🙂

23 09 2007
Chaks

Thanks prathul, nice to see you here, Welcome 🙂

13 10 2007
ark

Chak, wandered into your blog… great insights on a wide range of topics. Thanks.

13 10 2007
Chaks

Thanks ark 🙂

4 12 2007
CC

Hi Chaks –

You submitted a comment on windowsvistablog.com about Windows Media Center. Could you please email me the URL for the page you were on when you followed the steps you notes?

I’m the writer for the Windows Media Center consumer microsite and would like to correct any confusing text.

Thanks.

29 02 2008
bibomedia

🙂

16 07 2008
Ram.Poludasu

Its a Nice Article.Keep it Up.

8 08 2008
maryam

hello
please answer my query on your article: Enumerating users using WMI.NET and C#. im in a bit of a hurry.
thank you

1 10 2009
krishnakumar S

Hi sir,
i saw your post in code project for speech to text recognition its really nice.
if you have any stuffs for speech to text in Java.Please share it to me.
i am new to this speech recognition and all.

Thanks in advance,

krishna

11 04 2010
Anjali

Hello Chaks

Your profile seems Great!

Anjali.

16 07 2010
Martin Okello

Hi Chaks,

I couldn’t help marvel at how you interwove the Publisher/Subscriber pattern to deliver a WCF service.

I tried and failed because of some aspects that I need you to enlighten me on.

Could you send me a message so that I can get your email and talk about these areas.

Thanks in advance
Martin Okello.

16 07 2010
Martin Okello

Hi Chaks,

I have done it and it works Observer Pattern and all with WCF. Thy Lord be with you. You are a GURU!!!!

Thanks for that chemical Split at the Code Project pertaining to this WCF publisher/subscriber.

You are the Holy Graile. Keep up the good work Chaks.

Thanks so much.

Have a great day.
Martin Okello.

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