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Many developers don't even realize that they can use tools other than Visual Studio .NET to develop .NET applications. I had no idea that there were so many other options untilĀ I came across this helpful article: http://techrepublic.com.com/5100-3513_11-5655326.html.


Here is a technique that I only recently came to know as “lazy loading“. First, it is useful when the variable will not always necessarily be used and therefore will not always need to be loaded. Second, since it checks to see if the variable has already been loaded, it will not reload the data multiple times. This is especially important to do performance-wise for variables that may load large amounts of data so that it does not needlessly allocate extra space in memory. In this example, ......

It is my intention to utilize this blog space to share noteworthy tips, tricks, hacks, code samples, or whatever they might be in the C Sharp (C#) programming language. At times I may digress, but I assure you that it will all be in good nature. I will appreciate feedback and comments from other technical folks who may have or may think they have better ways of solving a particular problem. Random outbursts of any other sort will be welcome as well, but please try to keep it PC--no pun intended. ......