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September, 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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    What’s new for JLCA in Whidbey?

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    In a few days from now, come November 7th, the world of software development and developers would take a big leap ahead. Visual Studio a.k.a. Whidbey would be shipped. The product teams and the entire organization are very excited to have come so close...
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    JLCA - The Source Converter Tool (Contd...)

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    Continuing from my previous post JLCA - The Source Converter Tool here are some more of my findings Java Messaging Service - Converted JMS applications can not use JMS-compliant MOMs - MSMQ does not handle acknowledgment as JMS-compliant MOMs in the...
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    JLCA - The Source Converter Tool

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    Ah! I wish that the Java Language Conversion Assistant should have been a tool so powerful that one just needs to provide the project files/solution to it, do some settings and BINGO... you have a solution available, up and running, which is completely...
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