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 Welcome to Bogdan Zamfir's Consulting    


Bogdan Zamfir Consulting is offering professional services in custom software development and IT consultancy, using various software technologies and platforms, like Visual WebGui, AJAX, C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, Visual FoxPro, Microsoft Access. With highly qualified expertise and more than 17 years of experience, I assure that solutions I develop will meet and exceed your expectations.

Visual WebGUI MVPAs a Visual WebGUI MVP since April 2009, I have the expertize to offer very high quality solutions for developing powerful Web-based Enterprise Software applications, using one of the most revolutionary and innovative environment for building next generation RIA systems.

Wherever you need to create a new software system for your particular needs, if you want to enhance your application to meet the new requirements of your business, if you have a great idea which you want to turn into a successful business application, I can use my experience and expertise to offer you the best solution you are looking for.

Please contact me regarding the software projects you are looking to develop, and I will work closely with you to clearly define your requirements, and then bring it to life.

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 Development tools    

I am using several development tools and platforms to create software solutions tailored on your needs. Below you can find details about technologies and programming environment I use for software development.

Visual WebGUIFrom Visual WebGui website:

Visual WebGui is an open source rapid application development framework for graphic user interfaces of IT web applications. Visual WebGui lets you cut down development time and risk factors to the minimum, throughout the life cycle of the application, without compromising on performance, security or complexity.

Visual WebGui is the only framework that provides seamless integration to Visual Studio and the .NET framework to replace the obsolete paradigms of ASP.NET in both design-time and run-time. Visual WebGui offering is unique and not more of the same (150 AJAX frameworks)! Visual WebGui replaces all of the ASP.NET methodologies which were designed for developing sites, with WinForms methodologies, which were designed for developing applications

For more information about Visual WebGui, visit Official Website linkweb.png


ASP.NET

From Wikipedia linkweb.png, the free encyclopedia:

"ASP.NET is a web application framework marketed by Microsoft. Programmers can use it to build dynamic web sites, web applications and XML web services. It is part of Microsoft's .NET platform and is the successor to Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) technology. ASP.NET is built on the Common Language Runtime, meaning programmers can write ASP.NET code using any Microsoft .NET language"

For more information about ASP.NET, visit Official Microsoft Website - ASP NET Home linkweb.png


vfp_logo.png From Wikipedia linkweb.png, the free encyclopedia:

"Visual FoxPro is a data-centric object-oriented and procedural programming language produced by Microsoft. (...)
Visual FoxPro, commonly abbreviated as VFP, is typically viewed by the general public as being merely a Database Management System (DBMS). This ignores the fact that it includes not only a DBMS engine, but also a full-featured Programming Language. It can be used to write not just traditional fat client applications, but also middleware and web applications.
(...) work on the next release codenamed Sedna which was built on top of the VFP9 codebase had already begun. Sedna consisted mainly of Xbase components to support a number of interoperability scenarios with various Microsoft technologies including SQL Server 2005, .NET, WinFX, Windows Vista, and Office 12. Microsoft plans to release these components as community releases via the CodePlex site."

For more information about Visual FoxPro, visit Official Microsoft Website - Visual Foxpro Home linkweb.png


MSAccess.pngFrom Wikipedia linkweb.png, the free encyclopedia:

"Microsoft Office Access, previously known as Microsoft Access, is a relational database management system from Microsoft which combines the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine with a graphical user interface. It is a member of the 2007 Microsoft Office system.
Access can use data stored in Access/Jet, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, or any ODBC-compliant data container. Skilled software developers and data architects use it to develop application software. (...) It supports some object-oriented (OO) techniques but falls short of being a fully OO development tool."

Microsoft Access is part of the Microsoft Office System. For more information visit Microsoft Office on the web linkweb.png



   
  
 Technical Articles    

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Mini-CMS in Visual WebGui Implementing Menu System

Build a Mini-CMS system from scratch using Visual WebGui (Part 3 of n)
Applies to ASP.NET with Visual WebGui


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Mini-CMS in Visual WebGui Creating a Framework

Build a Mini-CMS system from scratch using Visual WebGui (Part 2 of n)
Applies to ASP.NET with Visual WebGui


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Mini-CMS in Visual WebGui Creating a Prototype

Build a Mini-CMS system from scratch using Visual WebGui (Part 1 of n)
Applies to ASP.NET with Visual WebGui


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Persistent Splitter in Visual WebGUI

How to implement a persistent splitter in Visual WebGui
Applies to ASP.NET with Visual WebGui


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Data Export Made Easy

How to export the data behind any currently active Access object to any of the Access-supported formats 
Applies to MS Access 97 - 2003


 

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Streamline configuration ...

Implementing a Global Options object for a program using a global ACCESS / ASSIGN handler
Applies to Visual FoxPro 8.0, 9.0


 

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Global Access and Assign Events

Implementing a generic global ACCESS / ASSIGN handler
Applies to Visual FoxPro 8.0, 9.0


 

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Lost in Translations

Implementing multi-language interface dynamically at runtime
Applies to MS Access 97 - 2003


 

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