As a limitation, some of the code here is specific to MS Windows platform only, that is because I haven't had much exposure to Linux and other platforms. Nevertheless, I think majority of the code shouldn't pose a problem on any platform, and in case of general coding tips, web related articles; the platform doesn't really make much of a difference (i.e. in theory at least ;-)).
IPR stuff - Yes, you can copy and/or modify any of the code that you like from here. However, I insist that I should be rightfully associated with (only) my very own creations. By this I mean that you can copy/modify any of the code that you find here without any obligation, but if you use or reproduce in any way any of the articles (like Shell Notify Icon, for an example.) or downloads for reference or any other reason, I would want you to credit it to me. And before you do that. In other words, say that it's an article from TechnoFunDo site written by Manish Hatwalne, and not by some XYZ. After all, my baby should be my baby; right?
Do visit this page frequently, as it would get updated very regularly.
If there's is no new article, check it out for the list of resources.
Resources specific to the topic are sometimes included in the relevant
articles also. As technology is such a gigantic ocean, there would always be a
growing number of lighthouses (resources) here. I Hope you
enjoy your technology voyage, Welcome aboard! Happy coding and
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