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So far, we have published 24 C# tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 1445137 (One Million Four Hundred Forty Five Thousand One Hundred Thirty Seven) developers and architects.

C# 7 - What to Expect

Posted by: Damir Arh , on 9/25/2016
Category C# Views: 65694
Abstract: C# 7 is the next version of C#. This article provides an overview of the current state of thought process involved while designing new C# 7.0 features.
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Abstract: The async and await keywords in C# makes asynchronous programming simpler, however one can still use them incorrectly. This article highlights some common mistakes, and gives advice on how to avoid these mistakes.
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Abstract: We are thrilled to have Eric Lippert to talk to us once again in our 4th Anniversary edition of the DNC Magazine.

Querying JSON using LINQ

Posted by: Mahesh Sabnis , on 7/4/2016
Category C# Views: 26662
Abstract: JSON.NET is a great framework for working with JSON data. We will perform JSON Serialization and Deserialization operations and query data using LINQ.
Category C# Views: 26298
Abstract: Microsoft Bot Framework and Cognitive Services are Intelligent API offerings which that allow systems to see, hear, speak, understand and interpret our needs with natural communication

Test Your C# Basics

Posted by: Suprotim Agarwal , on 5/3/2016
Category C# Views: 22911
Abstract: Test your C# Basics around variables, types and operators. Post your answers in the comments section
Category C# Views: 8165
Abstract: Using Netwonsoft.Json package to work with JSON Serialization and Deserialization operations
Category C# Views: 15695
Abstract: Roslyn now known as .NET Compiler Platform is the next generation of C# compiler and more. This article gives a general overview and guidance about Roslyn.

Upgrading Existing C# Code to C# 6.0

Posted by: Damir Arh , on 12/15/2015
Category C# Views: 22357
Abstract: C# 6.0 brings many small improvements to the language. However, does it make sense to upgrade your existing C# code base to take advantage of the new C# 6.0 features? Let us find out.
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Abstract: Different Types of Constructors in C# - Default, Parameterized, Copy, Static and Private. C# Interview Question No. 1

Code Contracts in C#

Posted by: Pravinkumar Dabade , on 8/27/2015
Category C# Views: 24779
Abstract: Code Contracts API includes classes for static and runtime checks of code and allows you to define preconditions, postconditions, and invariants within a method. The Contracts class is found in the System.Diagnostics namespace.

C# 6.0 What's New

Posted by: Filip Ekberg , on 9/22/2014
Category C# Views: 113244
Abstract: C# 6.0 introduces a number of new features that will make it easier for developers to avoid boilerplate code. We also have a new compiler technology called "Roslyn" which allows us hook in” to the compiler and modify certain behavior as our programs compile.
Category C# Views: 32505
Abstract: This article demystifies the controversial yet powerful C# Extension Methods and demonstrates some cool examples of extending classes, interfaces, collection classes, enums and ASP.NET MVC and Web API frameworks using Extension Methods.
Category C# Views: 55309
Abstract: Compression in the .NET framework has been supported via different libraries in the past (via Open File Conventions) but the support for .zip archives hasn’t quite been complete. With .NET 4.5 and C# 5.0we get a dedicated zip compression library that allows us to manipulate zip libraries fully.
Category C# Views: 80317
Abstract: The C# Caller Info attributes have primarily been added to aid Logging, Runtime debugging and error handling. In this post, we will see how we can use Log4Net’s rolling file Appender and the Caller Info Attributes to log errors in an application

Async & Await in C# 5.0

Posted by: Filip Ekberg , on 3/8/2013
Category C# Views: 53963
Abstract: This article introduces the new Async and Await pattern for asynchronous development in C# 5.0 and highlights the differences from the traditional practices in place so far.
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Abstract: The new keywords async and await introduced in C# 4.5 helps developers to make their asynchronous programming logic less complex and more manageable. In this article, we will see a simple demonstration of the async programming in C# 4.5
Category C# Views: 92801
Abstract: In this article, we will see how to enumerate a HashTable using an IDictionaryEnumerator.
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Abstract: The C# Null Coalescing Operator (??) is a binary operator that simplifies checking for null values. It can be used with both nullable types and reference types. In this article, we will see how to use the Null coalescing operators in practical scenarios.
Category C# Views: 128882
Abstract: To write efficient string handling functions, it is important to understand the characteristics of string objects in C#.
Category C# Views: 96870
Abstract: In my previous article Getting Ready for .NET 3.5 and LINQ – Exploring C# 3.0 – Part I, we discussed the first five changes from the list of changes in C# 3.0, mentioned below. This article covers the rest of the changes and is targeted towards users who are planning to migrate to .NET 3.5. With .NET 4.0 around the corner, this article will help you get up to date with C# and will facilitate upgrading to .NET 4.0
Category C# Views: 110304
Abstract: C# 3.0 introduces several language enhancements that are built on C# 2.0. The changes enables the construction of a style that is equally powerful as query languages; generally used to fetch data from relational database management systems and XML files. If you are gearing up to get started with LINQ, then this article is for you. It also serves as a refresher to those who are already familiar with the new features of C# 3.0
Category C# Views: 52386
Abstract: C# was created by Microsoft as a major part of its .NET initiative. C# is a modern, powerful, component-orientated, flexible, safe, internet friendly and an easy to use language that takes advantage of virtually any feature in this platform. Well people familiar with C# 1.1 know that. This article is a two part series. Let us explore what’s new in C# 2.0
Category C# Views: 84801
Abstract: In the previous article, we explored the various new language features introduced in C# 2.0. In the last part of this two part article series, we will be delving deep into each new feature to understand and use them in our projects.

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