Welcome to my blog where you’ll hopefully find useful information that will make you understand better and/or quicker the technological matters I talk about.

About me

To make it short I’m an IT guy who likes to learn new things, I particularly like to understand what happens under the hood, and share my humble knowledge with others by posting articles on this blog, answering questions on forums or by direct teaching.

I’m a professional .Net trainer so if your team needs to strengthen its .Net expertise you can contact me.
I’m available everywhere in metropolitan France and bordering countries, and as of now I only teach in french.

About this blog

This blog will talk about the many technologies I’ve had the opportunity to work with, especially about one I’ve discovered during my last work experience as a front-office developer: Excel addins or how to avoid overengineering by basing the development on an already rich platform.

All the content is directly inspired by real life©, in the trenches©, use-cases; so you can directly use this information in your own daily job: it has been tested and approved.

I hope you’ll enjoy reading this blog as much as I’m enjoying writing it. 🙂

If you have any question about me or this blog, or want to suggest some articles please contact me.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Pramateek,

    Hope you are doing good.

    I have a small problem with visual studio, could you help me out.

    I have developed a solution in Visual Studio 2013 update 3 on one machine. Now we installed visual Studio Update 4 version in new machine and moved to solution to this machine.

    When I am compiling solution in this new version, I am facing an error, which says ‘Cannot import the key file. It may be password protected. To correct this, try to import certificate again. Importing ‘abc.pfx’ was cancelled.

    Can you suggest an solution. (I have googled this and try what the experts says, but it didnt worked for me)

    • Hi Kumar,
      I’ve never met this situation and I don’t use encrypted key files but maybe on the new machine a security certificate (X509) for asymmetric encryption is missing.
      It should be available as a “.cer” file, and if you don’t find it you should be able to dump it from the system certificates store to import it on the new machine.
      This is just an hypothesis and there may be a simpler solution.
      Hope you’ll solve your issue quickly.
      Keep me informed. 🙂

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