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  • Muhammad Omer

    Learn About .NET Framework Architecture

    A .net framework architecture is basically divided into three layers. It is composed of High Level Languages. Here all the languages of .net framework reside as C#, VB, F#, Java Script etc. More th...
    Muhammad Omer May 15, 2018
  • Hemant Mahajan

    .NET - Project And Solution Statistics

    As a .NET programmer, we should know a few important statistics of the application we are working on. This ensures that the application is consistent in nature.
    Hemant Mahajan May 02, 2018
  • Deependra Kushwah

    Row_Number() function in Microsoft SQL server | How to use Row_Number in SQL server

    Row_Number is used to generate the number of each row dynamically in a sequential order based on some column orders.
    Deependra Kushwah May 02, 2018
  • Chandan Kumar

    Overview Of CLR and Its Major Tasks In .NET

    In this blog, you will learn about CLR and its major tasks in .NET.
    Chandan Kumar Apr 25, 2018
  • Jay Kang

    Writing Distributable .NET Application With x2net

    Writing distributed applications, especially deployed across a network, tends to be a challenge, not only due to the trickiness of network programming but more so because your code, business logic ...
    Jay Kang Apr 18, 2018
  • Joel Champagne

    Dynamic Objects And Alternatives To Reflection

    The CodexMicroORM open source project on GitHub includes several features to help you create fast, concise .NET deliverables. One such feature is implemented in the Performance.cs file and enables ...
    Joel Champagne Apr 10, 2018
  • Gajanan Chavhan

    Common Language Specification In .NET

    In this blog, I will try to explain the CLS concept practically.
    Gajanan Chavhan Apr 09, 2018
  • Sathiyamoorthy S

    To Read Gmail Inbox From Google API

    In this section we are going to see about reading Gmail inbox from Google api. Please use your email id for configuration and do not share secret key to anyone.
    Sathiyamoorthy S Apr 06, 2018
  • Ehsan Sajjad

    Implementing Equality For Reference Types

    In this article, you will learn to Implement Equality for Reference Types.
    Ehsan Sajjad Mar 28, 2018
  • Deependra Kushwah

    Implement Repository Pattern In .NET

    The intention of this post is to explain about the Repository pattern and how it's useful in enterprise applications.
    Deependra Kushwah Mar 27, 2018
  • Saurav Kunal

    Continuous Deployment With Jenkins And .NET

    The leading open source automation server, Jenkins provides hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying and automating any project. This architecture makes it easy to extend Jenkins to suppo...
    Saurav Kunal Mar 26, 2018
  • Humza Tufail

    Introduction To Serialization In .NET

    In the modern era of computer science, serialization and deserialization is much important topic and gain worth with the passage of time. Since an ancient time, human being can communicate with eac...
    Humza Tufail Mar 08, 2018
  • Rajneesh Chaubey

    Inserting Data Into Multiple Tables In MSSQL At Once In .NET (Affecting Multiple Rows)

    This article will teach you about inserting data into multiple tables in MSSQL at once in .NET and inserting data into cumulative tables from .NET
    Rajneesh Chaubey Feb 26, 2018
  • David Anderson

    Garbage Collector - Understanding IDisposable

    In this video I will do my best to help you fully understand the IDisposable interface, the basic dispose pattern, finalizers, and how your implementations of Dispose interact with the GC and garba...
    David Anderson Feb 23, 2018
  • Navjot Angra

    Web Services In .NET

    This blog will describe how to make web services.
    Navjot Angra Feb 22, 2018
  • Hamati Rami

    Readable Programming

    Here you will learn to write good code in a “human language” manner.
    Hamati Rami Feb 22, 2018
  • Dennis Thomas

    Understanding Process, Application Domain And Assemblies

    We usually come across these terms: Process, Application Domain or App Domain, Assemblies. It is good to have a basic knowledge of these terms and how each one is related to each other.
    Dennis Thomas Feb 15, 2018
  • David Mccarter

    Database Naming Standards For The Programmer

    Let us face it, in most companies that programmers work for, we end up doing database work. I do not agree with this since I think the DBA or BIA should handle database programming and we should st...
    David Mccarter Feb 09, 2018
  • Iqra Ali

    Automating SVN Check-Ins And Building A Project Via Jenkins

    A few weeks back, while sitting with my team, I learned that they run a Jenkins job which has to execute the automation scripts using the robot framework, daily around 1:00 a.m. The primary purpose...
    Iqra Ali Feb 08, 2018
  • Prakash Tripathi

    Enable .NET 4.7 That Doesn't Get Installed By Default

    This blog talks about the issue of .NET 4.7 doesn't get installed by default and how to enable it.
    Prakash Tripathi Feb 05, 2018
  • El Mahdi Archane

    Linq To Excel In Action

    In this post, we will demonstrate how we use LinqToExcel library to query data from Excel.
    El Mahdi Archane Jan 29, 2018
  • Chandan Kumar

    What Are CTS And CLS In .NET

    CTS and CLS are parts of .NET CLR and are responsible for type safety within the code. Both allow cross-language communication and type safety. In this article, I would like to expose the relations...
    Chandan Kumar Jan 22, 2018
  • Dennis Thomas

    Sending An HL7 Message, Receiving It Using A Listener And Sending An Acknowledgement Back

    HL7 (Health Level Seven) is a set of standards, formats and definitions for the exchange, integration, sharing, and retrieval of electronic health information. The HL7 standards are produced by the...
    Dennis Thomas Jan 18, 2018
  • Sujit Bhujbal

    .Net Framework Features From .Net 2.0 To .Net 4.5

    This article discusses the features introduced in Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and th newly introduced 4.5 framework.
    Sujit Bhujbal Jan 18, 2018
  • Dhrumit Shukla

    Check Out What’s Next For The Common Language Runtime Of Microsoft’s .Net Framework

    The CLR or the common language runtime of the NET development platform of Microsoft is slated for scalability and speed enhancements.
    Dhrumit Shukla Jan 17, 2018