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  • Creating a Class and Call it from Main ProgramSep 30, 2000. This article explains how to create your class, add some functions and call it from Main function.
  • PaintBrush in C#Jan 10, 2001. The article is the paintbrush application, which demonstrates the different aspects of C# language and certain namespaces. The concepts like EventHandling and class designs are also present.
  • Synchronization in Multi-threadingFeb 13, 2001. This article with sample code shows synchronization concepts of multithreading ..
  • Boxing and UnboxingFeb 21, 2001. Boxing and Unboxing are fairly new terms introduced in C#. Author explains some concept of them.
  • Reflection in .NETFeb 26, 2001. Refelction is the mechanism of discovering class information solely at run time. Wondering where it would be useful?
  • ADO Vs ADO.NET Web ServiceMar 22, 2001. In this example I'd like to demonstrate one of the most interesting features of the .NET runtime - the concept of Webservices.
  • Protecting IL Code from unauthorised DisassemblingApr 09, 2001. Microsoft .NET proved a mechanism where the code written in VB.NET, C# or any CLS compliant languages to generate MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language)code which targets the CLR and executes. This is an excellent mechanism to abstract the high level code from the underlying hardware.
  • Assemblies : The Ins and Out : Part IApr 13, 2001. In Part 1, I will cover what exactly an assembly is, and what an assembly contains.
  • Assemblies : The Ins and Out : Part IIApr 16, 2001. In this part, I will discuss both Private and Shared assemblies and how to create a "Shared Assembly".
  • Naming Guidelines in .NETApr 20, 2001. Commenting and following a uniform naming guidelines in your code is one of good programming practices to make code more useful.
  • Assemblies : The Ins and Out : Part IIIApr 20, 2001. In this part I will discuss in more detail than Part 2, the available utilities for manipulating assemblies.
  • Defining Custom Entry PointsApr 30, 2001. In this article i am going to demonstrate how we can manipulate the IL code to change the behaviour of how the .NET programme executes.
  • Viewing Assembly PermissionsMay 02, 2001. In this article I will show you how you can view the Code Groups that an assembly belongs to and what permissions belong to the assembly. I will demonstrate the Caspol utility supplied with the .NET SDK.
  • .NET framework comparison with Java ArchitectureMay 08, 2001. This article outlines Microsoft's proposed standardization of .NET framework in ECMA forum as CLI (Common Language Infrastructure), but the Microsoft documentation refer this as CLR (Common Language Runtime).
  • C# Language changes from .NET Beta 1 to .NET Beta 2 Jun 22, 2001. This article contains C# language changes from Beta 1 to Beta 2.
  • Printing out your W2 Form using C# and .NETAug 07, 2001. This article covers a fairly practical aspect of using a computer - dealing with forms. The concepts in this article can be used to create any Form Application so that you can design forms that you can Fill Out, Open, Save, Print and Print Preview.
  • Boxing and Unboxing in C#Aug 20, 2001. Boxing and unboxing is a essential concept in C#'s type system. With Boxing and unboxing one can link between value-types and reference-types by allowing any value of a value-type to be converted to and from type object.
  • Interface Components Interoperability Aug 27, 2001. The fundamental concept behind both COM and DCOM is the interface. An interface is an agreement between a client and an object about how they will communicate with each other.
  • An insight into Code Reusability and COM Interoperability : Part IAug 28, 2001. Code reusability is the art of using existing code to achieve better productivity and ease of maintenance. The concept of reusability is not new. Its existence has been evident since the evolution of mankind.
  • Simple Windows Forms Events and InterfacesSep 03, 2001. This article contains a c# code which makes use of the concepts of Events and Interfaces together.
  • Modest Introduction to IL Assembly LanguageSep 03, 2001. Since I received copy of Visual Studio .NET Beta 2 and did not manage to find “ILAssemblyLanguageProgrammersReference.doc” which was included in beta 1 I decided to share my experience with other assembly enthusiasts.
  • Operator Overloading in C#Sep 10, 2001. The Source code below shows how to use Operator Overloading in C#. Operator Overloading is pretty useful concept derived from C++ by C#.
  • Inheritance and PolymorphismOct 29, 2001. By using the concept of inheritance, it is possible to create a new class from an existing one and add new features to it.
  • XP, Component Services and .NETDec 13, 2001. First of all, COM+ does revolutionize COM; it is not only a superior new version of the COM programming model it is also a new platform to design and develop components. In addition, COM+ Services in XP does have some differences from Windows 2000; also XP and COM+ 1.5 offer a richer set of services than was available in COM+ 1.0. This article will describe the basic component services on the XP.
  • How Can You Migrate your Existing Applications?Dec 20, 2001. When a new technology emerges, companies and developers begin to wait anxiously for answers to their questions.
  • VS.NET Tools Intermediate Language Disassembler (ILDAM)Feb 06, 2002. "The ILDSAM tool parses any .NET Framework EXE/DLL Module and shows the information in a human-readeble format"
  • N-Tier Development with Microsoft .NET : Part IFeb 15, 2002. The purpose of this article is to examine a proof of concept on an architecture that follows the DNA pattern on concept only.
  • Reflecting Data to .NET Classes: Part I - From HTML FormsMar 06, 2002. Reflection allows us to examine internal details of assemblies and classes at runtime (programmatically).
  • Reflecting Data to .NET Classes: Part IIMar 08, 2002. This article continue the series of "Reflecting Data to .NET Classes". In the first article, we discussed the concept “Reflecting Data”. The techniques behind it were also explained and demonstrated. The source of data demonstrated in this article will be XML documents.
  • JIT CodingMar 11, 2002. One not so well known feature of .NET platform is possibility to invoke compiler and practically create code and assembly from running instance of application. It is possible to do that in two ways. First one is a bit simpler and involves namespaces System.CodeDom and System.CodeDom.Compiler, second one is more efficient and utilizes namespace System.Reflection.Emit. Since there are very few examples about how to use System.CodeDom.Compiler I will start with it.
  • Calling Managed Code from Unmanaged CodeMar 11, 2002. One significant part of developers (including myself) are doing some kind of automation of Microsoft Office. So I will concentrate on opposing side of problem, how to use managed assembly from MS Office or VB script. In this article, I will discuss how to call managed code from unmanaged code.
  • The Making of PongMar 12, 2002. The purpose of making this classic game was to show simple game structures in C#. Concepts include the "Game Loop", "Input" and "Paint. If you are just beginning in game programming, C# is turning out to be a great place to start.
  • Event Handling in .NET using C#Mar 13, 2002. In this article I discuss the event handling model in .NET using C#. The discussion starts with an introduction to the concept of delegates and then it extends that concept to events and event handling in .NET.
  • .NET COM Interoperability - Part 2: Using .NET Component from COMApr 02, 2002. When a COM client calls a DotNet object, the DotNet framework will create a COM callable wrapper (CCW). COM clients use the CCW as a proxy for the managed object.
  • Application Data Utility ClassApr 24, 2002. Attached is a ZIP file containing the source-code and compiled DLL of the "Application Data Utility Class".
  • Assembly Browser: Browsing a .NET AssemblyMay 17, 2002. This program lets you browse an assembly and lists the methods and the parameter name and parameter type for each assembly.
  • Case Study: Demo Networking Financial System May 23, 2002. In this tutorial I will discuss some of the design and development issues that one might consider when using .NET framework for developing Network affiliated applications.
  • Robotics Game Using .NET LanguagesMay 28, 2002. It is often not easy to get to know new technologies like .NET if you don’t get introduced to in a work environment.
  • Utilizing Assembly Information for Your Automated Splash DialogJun 05, 2002. There are cases when you need to reuse the same splash screen or about box in many applications.
  • Understanding Destructors in C#Jun 18, 2002. This article is about understanding the working concept of destructor in C#. As you read this article you will understand how different is C# destructor are when compared to C++ destructors.
  • Understanding Destructors in C# Jun 18, 2002. This article is about understanding the working concept of destructor in C#. I know you all may be thinking why a dedicated article on simple destructor phenomenon.
  • Key Logger Application in C#Jun 30, 2002. In this article, I'll explain an easy but an important concept of how to catch user pressed keys and write them into a log file.
  • Deploying a COM Component from C#Jul 08, 2002. Here is some code to help you to deploy a COM component from C#. I needed to programmatically deploy a project that would be registered as COM object (not COM+) and be installed into GAC. The following two classes will help in this objective.
  • Macro to Update References of all Projects in a SolutionJul 24, 2002. When working in enterprise development there are occasions when you have a solution file with 10 or more projects in it all using private assemblies.
  • Using Visual Studio .NET to Build and Deploy ApplicationsJul 29, 2002. No matter how much time you spend designing your application there is one key stage where it can all fall apart, the build and deployment stage.This is a first in a series of articles in which I am going to demonstrate how to use Visual Studio .NET.
  • Macro to Add Strong Names to VS.NET ProjectsAug 06, 2002. When writing class libraries in Visual Studio .NET that are going to be placed into the GAC you will need to add strong name to the assembly. This is normally done by dropping out to a dos prompt and running the .NET utility sn.exe and then updating the assembly to reference the newly created .snk file.
  • Building an Assembly in .NETAug 07, 2002. In this article, I'll show you how to build an assembly step by step and create a client application to access it.
  • Using Installer Classes to Ease Deployment in VS.NETAug 07, 2002. In this article I will demonstrate how to incorporate installer classes with your Visual Studio .NET msi's to handle any supporting tasks that your assemblies may need.
  • Compiler Tools in C#Sep 10, 2002. The attached zip file contains the source code and documentation of Compiler tools in C#.
  • Customize User Interfaces and Pass User Input to Installer ClassesOct 19, 2002. In this article I am going to demonstrate how to customize your MSI install to prompt the user for some information and then pass this information to an installer class. This can be useful when needing to do something during an install based on the user input.
  • The NeFs Application Demo Part 3: Building the Web Client Oct 31, 2002. This is the final part of a three-part demo application dubbed Networked Financial System.
  • Low Down on Installing a .NET Assembly into the Global Assembly Cache (GAC)Jan 02, 2003. This article will walk you through the process of giving your assembly a strong name, and installing it into the GAC.
  • COM Interoperability Part 1: Using COM Components in .NET FrameworkJan 02, 2003. In this article we review the concepts & walk-through an example that demonstrates COM interoperability in .NET framework.
  • Global Assembly Cache(GAC) HellJan 03, 2003. After having worked on a project involving heavy use of the Global Assembly Cache, I would like to tell you that using the GAC can be very frustrating. We had a solution which had several projects within the solution. Many of these projects referenced 1 project (utility project) which did a lot of the work which we could reuse.
  • From DAO to ADO.NETJan 14, 2003. This article will briefly discuss and show a summary of the evolution of the Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects, it will also explain some database concepts and finally provide some code examples.
  • Run Time CompilerFeb 07, 2003. In this article, I am going to discuss how to take a string then compile it and then how you execute it.
  • Using C# and COM Interoperability to Extract from a UML tool into a Microsoft Word DocumentFeb 18, 2003. This article allows you to read the classes contained inside of WithClass 2000 into a Word Document using COM Interoperability for Word and COM Interoperability for WithClass and presents your classes in a kind of report.
  • Implementing MVC Design Pattern in .NETFeb 25, 2003. This article explains the basic concept of the Model View Controller (MVC) design pattern and also shows how how closely .NET Framework can be used to implement the MVC design pattern with the one that originally conceived.
  • Execution-Time Code Generator for C#Mar 06, 2003. The Common Language Runtime provides a new way of doing things. The compile-time world still exist, but it is also possible to build dynamic systems where new code is added by loading assemblies or even by writing custom code on the fly.
  • Writing an ActiveX Control in .NETMar 12, 2003. In this example, I will walk you through creating an ActiveX control that will show a simple user interface and accept input from a web page.
  • Implementing Caching in ASP.NetJun 10, 2003. This article explains the concepts, advantages and types of caching and the implementation of caching in ASP.NET applications.
  • May Reflection be With you AlwaysJul 02, 2003. So let me present the example where we can use Reflection and Reflection.Emit to do something interesting.
  • Export Managed Code as UnmanagedAug 05, 2003. The following Article explains in detail how to use any .NET Assembly from BlitzPlus/Blitz3D.
  • C# Coding TechniquesSep 05, 2003. I wrote this article for novice programmers who needs to grasp the concepts of "What's C# code?" and "How we can write code?". To read this article you must have an overview of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio.NET (VS. NET).
  • Authentication and Authorization in ASP.NETSep 09, 2003. There are two closely interlinked concepts at the heart of security for distributed applications - authentication and authorization.
  • Late Binding With ReflectionOct 20, 2003. Component based technology has done great things for software development, allowing reuse and leading to better-written code that separates subjects and entities into distinct components.
  • Object Oriented Concepts in C#Dec 24, 2003. In this article we will discuss key concepts of object orientation with their practical implementation in C#. We will discuss here basics of OOPS including Interfaces, Access Modifiers, inheritance, polymorphism etc.
  • Deployment: Customizing your .NET deployment ProjectsDec 29, 2003. The fact of the matter is that Visual Studio.NET already contains everything you need to create a rich setup experience for your users. In this article we are going to show you two ways to add a readme dialog to your application, the easy way and the hard way. The easy way requires absolutely no coding. The hard way requires coding and actually allows you to add complex custom features to your application.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part IIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET :Using SQL with C#: Part VIIIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET : using SQL with C#: Part XIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part IJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part VJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET : SQL Subqueries: Part VIIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part VIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET : using SQL with C#: Part XJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part XIIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part IIIJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET: Part IVJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Real Life SQL and .NET : Using SQL with C#: Part IXJan 13, 2004. Welcome to the world of SQL and the huge, growing database technologies of today’s business all over the SQL world. By reading this article, we have begun accepting the knowledge that will soon be required for survival in today’s world of relational database and data management. Alas, for the reason that it is first necessary to provide a background of SQL and cover some preliminary concepts that we need to know, the majority of this article is text in paragraph format.
  • Debugging a Compiled ComponentFeb 02, 2004. After an assembly is compiled into a dll in a release mode, it is very difficult to gather information from it such as runtime performance, parameters values, etc.
  • Oracle Data Provider for .NET : Part IFeb 20, 2004. Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) is an implementation of a data provider for the Oracle database. ODP.NET uses Oracle native APIs to offer fast and reliable access to Oracle data and features from any .NET application.
  • Configuring Publisher Policy FileFeb 20, 2004. Versioning in the Microsoft .NET Framework is managed at the assembly level and is only used when locating strong-named assemblies. By default, the common language runtime loads the assembly whose entire version number matches the version number in the calling assembly's metadata.
  • Understanding SQL Server Yukon Service BrokerFeb 25, 2004. The new version of Microsoft SQL Server™ "Yukon" comes together with a set of technologies capable of enlarging the horizon for database applications. One of the most remarkable technologies is the Service Broker that makes it possible to build database-intensive distributed applications. In this article we explore the core concepts of the Service Broker and show how to use its potentialities to build applications with message interchanging.
  • Real Time Communications in .NETMar 12, 2004. This white paper shares concepts of real time communications in .Net and its applicability in real world. A real-time communication system is used in applications where time is a critical factor.
  • Multilingual Applications in .NETMar 24, 2004. This article explains the basic understanding on different methods of developing multilingual applications in .NET. Here emphasis is given on handling multiple languages using resource files.
  • Image Processing in C#Apr 13, 2004. This application explains basic concepts of image processing including brightening, converting to gray and adding notes to an image using C# and GDI+.
  • Understanding .NET Framework at a glanceMay 05, 2004. In this article we are going to look at Microsoft .NET Framework. This is the newly established software development environment which helps developers to develop applications quickly and gives optimum, efficient, scalable, performance oriented applications in different languages like Visual Basic .NET, C#, ASP .NET, and Jscript .NET.
  • Microsoft Enterprise Instrumentation Framework(EIF) - Quick GuideJul 02, 2004. The Microsoft EIF is a bunch of assemblies for .Net that make your life easy when it comes to instrumenting your program, by this I mean tracing facilities, writing to the event log, and many other things.
  • Microsoft Enterprise Instrumentation Framework(EIF) - Quick GuideJul 02, 2004. The Microsoft EIF is a bunch of assemblies for .Net that make your life easy when it comes to instrumenting your program, by this I mean tracing facilities, writing to the event log, and many other things.
  • Adding Discovery Features to BizTalk Server 2004: Part ISep 13, 2004. This article explores the concepts of the BizTalk-UDDI mapping process and the similarity with the WSDL-UDDI mapping process. By the other way the second article is focused in the implementation and use of the BizTalk Server 2004 UDDI Publishing Wizard tool.
  • In-depth Look at WMI and Instrumentation: Part ISep 14, 2004. WMI provides a consistent programmatic access to management information in the enterprise. It uses the typical provider and consumer concept where you have on one side components providing this management information while on the other side management applications can subscribe and consume it.
  • WS-Security Protocol with .NET – A OverviewOct 11, 2004. WS-Security is a security mechanism for web services coined by IBM, Microsoft and VeriSign. WS-Security introduces the concept of security tokens. These XML-based tokens contain claims about the sender of a SOAP message, and can include data sufficient to prove these claims.
  • How to work with Assemblies in InstallShield Developer 7.0Oct 14, 2004. InstallShield Developer 7.0 is the best solution for providing the very easy user interface to author installations having both .NET and side by side components. This article is a step by step walk through of how to create a deployment project using InstallShield.
  • A Chess Program using C#Nov 29, 2004. This is a chess program, made using C#. It has used object oriented concepts and design patterns like Flyweight, Factory and Decorator. Two player can play this game and it has facility to drag-drop pieces. It also shows potential positions of each pieces which is useful for learning.
  • Automate the process of documenting your codeDec 04, 2004. The Visual Studio .NET IDE allows to document your code in a way that the compiler can create an XML document describing your classes, methods, properties, etc. This article explains how to use this feature and then create a basic help file out of it.
  • Best Practices of Exception ManagementMar 08, 2005. Exception management is one of the key area for all kinds of application development .You should adopt an appropriate strategy for exception management to build high quality and robust application .It is a very powerful concept and makes the development work very easy if its used efficiently.
  • Floating-Point in .NET Part I: Concepts and FormatsApr 18, 2005. The first in a three part series, this article introduces the basic concepts of floating-point arithmetic: number formats, accuracy and precision, and round-off error.
  • How to Call a .NET Assembly From a SQL Server Scheduled JobApr 27, 2005. This article shows you a step-by-step implementation of a COM client (a SQL Server scheduled Job) using .NET and C#.
  • Accessing Global Address List via System.DirectoryServices namespaceMay 21, 2005. This is a how-to article to access the GAL from ASP.NET, using the DropDownList ASP.NET server control as the UI. To accomplish this the article will illustrate by utilizing ADSI technology from a C# assembly returning an ArralList in order to bind to the DropDownList.

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