It’s time for another July TechNet Guru winner!
Juliya came onto the TechNet Guru scene strong in July with submissions for multiple categories! This is his first Guru gold medal, and I suspect it won’t be his last!
Amazingly, this article combines three Microsoft technologies… VC#, SSAS (SQL Server Analysis Services), and Silverlight.
About Jaliya: A Microsoft Partner, he has a passion for technology and loves Microsoft .NET framework. He uses C# as his proficient and primary programming language, but he still loves to spend some time with C/C++ as well.
Here is the gold-medal-winning article:
Now let’s look at all the winning articles:
|Visual C# Technical Guru – July 2013|
|Jaliya Udagedara||Connecting to SSAS Cube using Silverlight||CW: “Link to “asynchronous operations in wcf” is dead, but he article is nice”
Christian Lukito: “Nice article about Silverlight, WCF and SSAS”
Ed Price: “A fantastic solution that’s presented well!”
|Jaliya Udagedara||Bing Maps for Silverlight – Customized Tooltip for Pushpins||Ed Price: “This is cool. A fun solution that uses multiple technologies. Great code formatting and image. As Matthew mentions in the comments, you should also put the snippet in the TechNet Gallery!”
CW: “This is an interesting article. I enjoyed that it was straight and to the point”
Christian Lukito: “Simple, yet show possibility with Bing Maps under Silverlight”
|Jaliya Udagedara||Set WCF Service Authentication to Use a Custom Username & Password over HTTP||Christian Lukito: “Good article with detailed steps. Helping user that puzzled how to do this correctly.”
Ed Price: “A highly needed solution that’s formatted well and very clear and easy to read. Great job!”
CW: “I am far from an expert of WCF, and this is the first I have seen an example explaining how to use custom user names for service access. I believe this is likely a useful article. It was also very easy to read and digest. I don’t know why we just aren’t running the powershell command to self-sign a cert and instead using a third party tool, but to each his own I suppose.”
Despite four entrants for this category, Jaliya won all three awards for July! We may limit the number of awards per month in future results as we still figure out the perfect format for these awards. But for now, congratulations go to Jaliya for an outstanding collection of contributions! Love also goes to Karl Mitschke, chilberto & Mohammad Nizamuddin for their entries. Maybe you’ll have a better chance in future months.
And here’s an excerpt from the article:
In the chart Y axis, I need to show the amount as a currency. So I am adding some styling to the “Y axis” of my chart and to the tooltip (I am writing down the styling code, to make the example complete.).
Read the rest here:
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