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July, 2005

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Welcome to my blog world! Let me share a few things about myself with you. I am Gaurav Seth, working as a Program Manager with the JScript  team in the Developer Tools Group at Microsoft since Aug 2007. Prior to this I was with the Java Migration team in the same group from Mar 2003 and mainly handled the feature areas of Java Language Conversion Assistant (JLCA) and 64-bit Visual J# apart from others. I am based out of Microsoft's India Development Centre, located in Hyderabad, India.

Prior to Microsoft India Development Centre, I worked with Bell Labs Development Centre, now renamed to Bell Labs Research, located at Bangalore, India since May 2000 as a Senior Software Engineer. At Bell Labs Development Centre, I was a part of the Bell Labs president Award Winner - 1xEvDO team. My role involved design and implementation in call handling area of one of the world's first 3GPP-1xEvDO standard based communication solution.

I hope to keep my blog posted with a lot of stuff regarding myself, my team, my company, things I like and things I don't, plus a lot of other stuff. So keep connected.

Catch you soon.

Cheers!!!

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    Monsoon Cricket Hungama begins at IDC

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    When Microsoft's India Development Centre moved to a new campus in Jan 2005, a lot of us took pride in having the plush green MCG (Microsoft Cricket Ground) as a part of the campus. We all knew, that one day we would all be in for a good game. The day...
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    Help us improve JLCA

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    In case you have used the Java Language Conversion Assistant tool, tell us about your entire experience about migrating code from Java/VJ++ to C#? We would love to hear back from you. You may tell us about What went well and what did not What...
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    Migrating code having SSL Sockets using JLCA

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    Q. My jar file uses SSL package from JDK1.3.1. The type SSLSocket is in javax.net.ssl.SSLSocket. When I ran JConvert, it inserted comments in the output source code stating that class 'javax.net.ssl.SSLSocket' was not converted. How can I resolve this...
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    JLCA - Java Beans and benchmarks

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    Q. Here are a few more questions Does JLCA support conversion of normal Java Beans? I am not quite sure what is the link between Java Beans and .net Style properties. As per my understanding: Get/Set methods of Java Beans will be converted to...
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    JLCA and EJB, RMI, Code-Behind, HttpHandler

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    Q. I'm using JLCA 3.0 Beta (because it supports J2EE1.3) and i want to migrate an application from J2EE to .NET but I don't find enough documentation describing how to migrate EJB,RMI,... etc. Also, I have read the Microsoft Guide about migrating applications...
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    Migrating java.lang.ref.ReferenceQueue in JLCA

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    How do I migrate source-code that uses java.lang.ref.ReferenceQueue? .NET is only offering System.WeakReference without the possibility of getting a notification when a weak-reference has been collected. A ReferenceQueue is essential when programming...
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