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ADO.NET Tutorial. Create, Update, Delete Operations

Posted on January 27th, 2014.

Nowadays Entity Framework is the most promoted database query technology from .NET ecosystem. For good reason though, because it allows developers without extensive knowledge about SQL to interrogate the database, create complex queries and generate classes with the help of a user-friendly interface. However, for some complex scenarios,...

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Resources to learn ASP.NET WebForms, ADO.NET, HTML, CSS and SQL

Posted on September 9th, 2013.

The main purpose of this resource list is to give you a head start in developing ASP.NET applications. As you may know, developing ASP.NET application involves a strict set of technologies that is present in almost all applications: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C# or VB.NET and SQL. Probably there are more but these technologies are mandatory...

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N-Tier Architecture. ASP.NET Example

Posted on August 12th, 2013.

Introduction N-tier architecture is probably one of the most used architecture models in the industry. It is used so often because it’s scalable, extensible, secure and maintainable over time. It also helps the developers with different roles to better do their job without interfering with each other. In this article I will present...

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How to compare two list of items in C#

Posted on January 5th, 2012.

If you want to compare two list of items in C# you can’t just use the equal sign or a loop through elements, you should use Enumerable.SequenceEqual method. For example: List list1 = new List(); list1.Add(7); list1.Add(5); list1.Add(9); List list2 = new List(); list2.Add(7); list2.Add(5); list2.Add(9); if...

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C# Extension Methods

Posted on November 22nd, 2011.

What are Extension Methods? “Extension Methods” is a brand new feature released in C# 3.0 and in short terms they are static methods that can be invoked using the instance method syntax. Mainly this functionality was introduced to extend the functionality of standard query operators from Linq but it also can be used to extend...

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C# Coding Standards Series – Exception Handling

Posted on July 16th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. As programmers we always want to write code of the highest quality....

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C# Coding Standards Series – Code Commenting

Posted on July 15th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. Adding comments to your work is without doubt one of the most...

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C# Coding Standards Series – Language Usage

Posted on July 12th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. In .NET, if you don’t respect some basic rules about language usage...

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C# Coding Standards Series – Indentation, Spacing and Coding Style

Posted on July 7th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. Each programmer has a unique way of coding. While this fact is not a...

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C# Coding Standards Series – Naming Conventions

Posted on July 6th, 2011.

This post is part of a series that covers most of notable C# coding standards that you should follow. You can download the document with all of the post from here: [download id=”2″ format=”1″] You can see here the other posts within the series. Terminology and Definitions for Naming Conventions: Camel Case...

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