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Apr 3
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Imagine that you ask your development team to enable users to search for a product in an online bookstore by category. You expect a straightforward interface with category links to click on (e.g., fantasy, nonfiction, history, etc.) After two weeks of development, you receive a search bar feature where...

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Mar 29
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Generative AI has seized the popular imagination and started a new tech gold rush. While much attention has been focused on AI tools that produce natural language prose and visual art, in tech circles AI is gaining increased interest for its coding capabilities. You can describe a program you want...

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Mar 20
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THE GREAT DAY HAS COME! I promise not to disappoint you, this is the last article in the series: SQL Tuning In all the articles I said that the recommendation was to read the execution plan, and guess what we are going to do in this one? Let’s eat the...

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Mar 20
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Nobody likes dealing with a slow query. Besides being stressfull to wait for, it can be a huge impact in your database. Some simpler approaches can help resolve this. I want to start a series of three articles explaining about Tuning and architecture. To begin, I want to start with...

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Mar 20
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Nobody likes dealing with a slow query. Besides being stressfull to wait for, it can be a huge impact in your database. Some simpler approaches can help resolve this. I want to start a series of three articles explaining about Tuning and architecture.

Mar 18
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File reading operations in C# are crucial for many applications, often requiring efficiency and optimal performance. When handling file reading tasks, employing the right strategies can significantly impact the speed and resource utilization of your application. Here are some best practices to ensure efficient file reading in C#: 1. Choose...

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Feb 2
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Introduction LINQ (Language Integrated Query) is a powerful feature in C# that allows developers to perform complex queries on collections and databases using a syntax that is both expressive and readable. However, writing LINQ queries efficiently is essential to ensure that your application performs well. In this article, we will...

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Feb 1
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Introduction Welcome to the world of C#! Whether you’re a seasoned developer or just starting your programming journey, the power and versatility of C# can elevate your coding experience. In this article, we’ll explore a curated collection of tips and tricks to enhance your proficiency in C#. From optimizing...

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Jan 29
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Performance tricks & best practices, beginner friendly Hey there! Today, I’m sharing some straightforward ways to speed up your .NET Core apps. No fancy words, just simple stuff that works. Let’s dive in! • • • 1. Asynchronous programming Asynchronous programming in .NET Core is a powerful way to enhance...

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Jan 22
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The Software Interview Question that you should be aware of! Exception handling is a crucial aspect of software development that allows you to manage and recover from unexpected or exceptional situations that can occur during program execution. These exceptional situations are typically errors or unforeseen conditions that disrupt the normal...

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Jan 8
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“Application Programming Interface” or API, refers to a communication channel between various software services. Applications that transmit requests and responses are called clients and servers, respectively. There are different types of API protocols: REST — relies on a client/server approach that separates the front and back ends of the API...

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Jan 7
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Few days ago I stopped myself while writing code. I wrote my LINQ filtering wrong. items.Where(x => x > 0).Any(); (Obviously, it’s a pseudo code) I realized my mistake immediately, changed the code, and went on with my day. Then it started bugging me. What other LINQ methods could...

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Dec 18, 2023
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In C# applications, null reference exceptions are frequently the cause of problems and runtime failures. Appropriate null checks are necessary to protect your code from these kinds of problems. This article will examine many approaches to doing null checks in C#, go over the recommended approach, and provide examples...

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Nov 30, 2023
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Keeping your C# applications safe and sound. Keeping app secrets safe is always tricky for developers. We want to work on the main parts of the app without getting distracted by secret-keeping. But, the app’s safety is very important. So, what ways can we use to better keep our secrets?...

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Nov 22, 2023
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There is a simple solution just around the corner Null as a return value is so easy to implement, but it brings many problems. So people make mistakes. That is part of being human. Sometimes it turns out to be a billion-dollar mistake. “I call it my billion-dollar mistake. It...

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Oct 26, 2023
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Entity Framework Core Features in 2023 EF Core 2023 has rolled out some pretty cool stuff, and I’m excited to share it with you. So, grab a cup of coffee, and let’s get started! 1. Cosmos DB Provider Improvements Azure Cosmos DB and EF Core are like two peas in...

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Sep 11, 2023
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When crafting elegant and scalable software in C#, a keen understanding of Dependency Injection (DI) is more than a luxury — it’s a necessity. It’s a design pattern that underpins many modern .NET applications, providing a solid foundation for managing dependencies between classes. In its most basic form, Dependency...

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Jul 24, 2023
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Small changes, Big wins: How little tweaks make your code easy on the eye When we think of clean code, our brain jumps to SOLID principles, short classes, no comments, and good design patterns. While all of those apply, they are useless without the simplest thing of all: good naming....

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Jun 5, 2023
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In this section, we’ll explore the world of unit testing in C# and .NET, learn what unit testing is, why it’s important, and the landscape of testing frameworks and tools available to developers. What is Unit Testing? Unit testing is the process of verifying the correctness of individual units...

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Jun 2, 2023
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Cyclomatic complexity is a code metric (integer value 1 or more) used to measure how complex a function/method is. It does not take into account lines of code but instead considers complexity to be the distinct paths through a function. Microsoft defines cyclomatic complexity as measuring the amount of decision...

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