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DotNetCurry (DNC) .NET Magazine FAQ

Posted by: Suprotim Agarwal , on 8/1/2014, in Category DNC Magazine
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Abstract: The DotNetCurry (DNC) Magazine is a Free bi-monthly .NET magazine. This post contains some frequently asked question and answers to enhance your reading experience.

DotNetCurry Magazine better known as the DNC .NET Magazine is a Free Digital Magazine for .NET Developers and Architects. The magazine is e-published once every 2 months; scheduled in July, September, November, January... and so on. The 1st edition of the magazine was published in July 2012. So far, as of November 2014, we have released 15 editions of this magazine.

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We just celebrated our 2nd Anniversary Edition on July 1st!



 

What Technologies do you cover in the DNC Magazine?

We cover almost every .NET Web, Windows, Mobile and Cloud Technology we can. Here’s a small list:

  • ASP.NET/IIS
  • ASP.NET MVC
  • C#
  • SignalR
  • ASP.NET Web API
  • SharePoint
  • WPF
  • Visual Studio
  • TFS
  • .NET Framework
  • Windows Azure
  • Windows Phone/Xamarin
  • Windows 8 Apps etc.

For our .NET Developers working on client-end technologies, we cover

  • Angular.js
  • TypeScript
  • jQuery
  • Knockout.js
  • Node.js
  • Backbone.js
  • JavaScript etc. 

Apart from covering these technologies, we have exclusive articles on Software Gardening and Agile Techniques too. We also occasionally do interviews with popular .NET experts. Some of the experts we have interviewed in the past include Eric Lippert, Jon Galloway,  John Papa, Jon Skeet, Pete Brown, Scott Hunter etc.

One prominent feature of our magazine is we cover the latest .NET technologies as and when they are released.



 

How do I Subscribe to the Magazine. Is subscription really free?

Subscription is as easy as it gets and it’s absolutely free. You can subscribe using your Email address (no credit card or additional details required). Here are the steps:

  1. Go to www.dotnetcurry.com/magazine
  2. Enter your Email Address in the textbox on the right hand side. Click ‘Subscriber Here’.
  3. We will send a confirmation link to your email address. Click the link to confirm your subscription.
  4. In a short while, you will receive an email with links to all the magazines, current and previous editions, to download. On the 1st of every month, we will also be sending you a newsletter about our .NET Tutorials and Magazine links.


 

I am subscribed, but I do not get any Emails. Why?

We usually send Emails on the 1st of every month. So make sure you have added Subscribe to DNC Magazineto your safe sender list.

Also make sure our emails are not being delivered to your spam/junk folder . Mark it as not junk to ensure proper delivery.

If you are subscribed using Gmail, please note that Gmail has changed its settings. DotNetCurry mailers are probably getting delivered to your ‘Promotions’ tab in Gmail. All you need to do is search for Emails from DotNetCurry.com and drag and drop the email to your ‘Primary’ tab/folder or move it to ‘Inbox’. Going forward, you will receive all our emails in your ‘Primary’ tab.



 

Can I download the magazine from the website directly?

You cannot download the magazine from the website. You will need to Subscribe via eMail to receive download links to the magazine. Any time you want to access the previous editions, just search your inbox for DotNetCurry.com, open our emails and access the links to all our magazines.



 

Any plans of a hard copy or a Tablet/Epub version?

Not yet, but we do admit we are getting an overwhelming response for a hard copy. Currently the entire DotNetCurry team which includes our authors, are spending a lot of their personal time to make sure the quality is top class and the content is free. If we plan to do a hard copy, we cannot do it for free. That requires a different approach, a team and most of all, a distribution network. We are eager to do a hard copy in the future, and if we succeed, we just want to let you know that the electronic version will be freely available as long as we can manage it.

An Epub version is on the charts. It should happen sometime early next year. We will keep you posted via our Twitter or FaceBook account.



 

I am a reader. How do I participate in the magazine?

We are glad you want to be a part of this magazine. You can participate in the following ways:

1. If you are an experienced .NET Developer and have a passion for sharing your knowledge, contact me at suprotimagarwal[attherate]dotnetcurry.com with your ideas and we will take it from there.

2. As a reader, you can suggest topics that you would like us to cover. You can either email us or use the comments section at www.dotnetcurry.com/magazine to suggest topics

3. You can join our technical review panel to review the articles before they go into the magazine

4. Continue being a reader and leave us feedback as and when you want to.



 

Thank you and Drop us a Line!

So friends, thank you for being a reader and supporting us in this initiative. We have received so many wonderful comments, and have a craving for so many more. It feels goood when someone appreciates your efforts, doesn’t it? So keep the feedback coming. You can also let us know which articles do you like the most or who are your favorite authors.

We, including our fantastic authors appreciate your feedback. Happy Learning!

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Suprotim Agarwal, MCSD, MCAD, MCDBA, MCSE, is the founder of DotNetCurry, DNC Magazine for Developers, SQLServerCurry and DevCurry. He has also authored a couple of books 51 Recipes using jQuery with ASP.NET Controls and a new one recently at The Absolutely Awesome jQuery CookBook.

Suprotim has received the prestigious Microsoft MVP award for nine times in a row now. In a professional capacity, he is the CEO of A2Z Knowledge Visuals Pvt Ltd, a digital group that represents premium web sites and digital publications comprising of Professional web, windows, mobile and cloud developers, technical managers, and architects.

Get in touch with him on Twitter @suprotimagarwal, LinkedIn or befriend him on Facebook



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Comment posted by Vaibhav on Sunday, August 3, 2014 2:24 PM
Thank you wholeheartedly for this brilliant resource. I am sure every .net developer who has read this magazine will only have good things to say about it.
Comment posted by Konrad M on Monday, August 4, 2014 10:35 AM
My favorite author is Craig and Subod. I have read every TFS and Software gardening article and have often guided my team to follow the practices illustrated in them. The Branching article stood above the rest. Well done Dotnetcurry team!