I try to live by this quote but unfortunately the time one is that tends to get the better out of me on majority of the occasions.

I run Imbibe Technologies, an Independent Software Solutions Vendor and an IT Consulting company. …


So we have this Template Engine in ItNet which can generate beautifully formatted Reports for our customers by processing template Office documents, including Word, Excel and Powerpoint files stuffing data into them to produce the final report. …


So, this is the part of my job/work which I love, but sometimes not so dearly: unsuspecting items cropping up from no-where when you are working on something really important or having an off-time :’(

Yesterday, post lunch, I was excited-ingly working on the architecture of a new platform plus…


Hello everyone, I am back 🙂 .
In my last blog post, I promised I would be sharing my thoughts here more often, but it still took me almost an entire year to come back and write again on my blog.

Anyways, I did something recently which was intriguing and…


Feels so good to be back here. Last time I blogged on my site, it was what, like 2015 😮
Have written intermittently on Imbibe’s blog since but really looking forward to writing and sharing more here again.

Meanwhile if you noticed, this site got a face-lift. A big shout-out…


I am in the process of revamping server setups for my office as a part of which I am establishing different Windows servers for Sql Server Developer 2008, Sql Server Express and Svn Server. …


I think there’s hardly anything to explain here or give introduction about, the title says it all. I wrote a small function to zip directories recursively using the free and open-source ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib library.

So without saying many more things, here’s the function:

{syntaxhighlighter brush: csharp;fontsize: 100; first-line: 1; }public void…


Sometime earlier, I wrote a blog post demonstrating a Ticker component for ExtJs to which items can be added dynamically ( here). …


I am in the process of deploying an osCommerce site to a Windows 2008/IIS 7 machine as I write this (no point debating the merit of doing so, you really can’t fight the management if they have taken a decision and you are not even a part of that particular…


In continuation to my pevious blog post on defining configuration path to connect to remote repos using SharpSvn, I present quick sample code for connecting to and fetching logs from a remote svn repo requiring authentication.

The topic as such should not need much introduction, so here’s the plain sample…

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