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Jakub Niemyjski, C# LINQ

I’m going to review 3 C# code snippets I have recently come across. At first glance they all may seem to be fine - they do their job and they can be understood easily. So what is wrong about them? I will ...

Richard Jones,

CRUD, or Create, Read, Update, Delete is what you do with most databases or when working with a new bread of cloud based services (well all Dynamics products). However. I think we should not exclude Execute ...

I will have the privilege to start off 2014 as the January speaker for the West Palm Beach .Net User Group. Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday January 28th, 2014 at 6:30 PM. Our group is graciously hosted ...

simonc,

The one primitive type that hasn't been covered is the array. An array contains a fixed number of items, and each item is a value of the array's element type. The array elements are individually indexed ...

Lori Lalonde, Random

When I reflect back on 2013, I think “Lucky me”. A year that started off with uncertainty had turned into one filled with achieving some significant career milestones. These were goals I had set for myself ...

MOSSLover,

2013 was an amazing year. I met some really awesome people. I left a job that no longer fit. I had the courage to take a road trip across the country that I talked about since I was 18. Every year I think ...

rajeevr, SOA ROA

1. SOAP SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol. Here the messages are exchanged based based on Xml format. It’s the format of the data which is sent over the wire in communication. SOAP message ...

Utkarsh Shigihalli, VSX Visual Studio Integrate .NET

P.S: I found this solution in the MSDN forum. I am merely posting it in my blog because I made this mistake twice and also I thought I should just document it here :-) Problem: You are building a Visual ...