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Mandelbrot Set With C#

C# program to generate and explore the Mandelbrot set.

Implementing Common Audit Fields with EF Core’s Shadow Property

Know how to use Entity Framework's new shadow property feature for easily implementing common audit fields for entities

Create Desktop UX With ASP.NET MVC (Part 1 of 2)

Part 1: Master the ASP.NET MVC Project Template & Technologies (Razor, jQuery, JavaScript, Bootstrap, CSS). Part 2: Build an ASP.NET MVC app which runs in the browser but feels like using a desktop app.

Sharing is Caring: Using Shared Projects in ASP.NET

As software developers, copy-pasting some code or a few files and having it in multiple places has always been smelly. There are several different avenues that you can take to avoid this kind of redundancy, but this post will focus on one that it seems isn't talked about too often:

Helpful Toolchain for Article Writing

This toolchain helped me to greatly accelerate article writing, reduce the number of mistakes and save tons of time; some of my recommendations could help

Display your Markdown documentation using DocuPanel

Tutorial to explain how to integrate a Markdown documentation in a WPF application using DocuPanel.

A real-time visitor counter with autorefresh feature

Build a realtime visitors counter with AJAX and a server-side language.

Conveyor Thread Wrapper for Modern C++

New thread wrapper offers programming model based on blocking queue and delegates supplied by other threads

Where to Fetch Data: componentWillMount vs componentDidMount

When you need to fetch some data for a React component, where do you do it?This question comes up all the time.There are two common places to fetch data: componentWillMount componentDidMountAnd just so we’re clear, the render function is never a good place to fetch data – or to do anythi

SPA^2 using ASP.Net Core 1.1 + Angular 2.4 - part 6

How to use NSwag to create Typescript data models and data services for Angular 2 and to generate Swagger Web API documentation.

SOLID Poker - Part 1

There are a surprising number of variations on poker rules, making poker an excellent candidate for a SOLID Project, a project illustrating SOLID Principles and related techniques/patterns.

Converting text files (CSV) to DataTable

An article on converting text files or csv-files to a System.Data.DataSet based on regular expressions

Building React Web Apps on .NET Core

Simple, lightweight, yet powerful way to build real-time React + C#.NET web apps with dotNetify-React.

Assessment System for Tests Architecture Design- Facade Based Tests

We will use the previously presented assessment framework to evaluate tests that use the Facade Design Pattern. Find the ratings and reasoning behind them.

Using "Run To Cursor" from the Call-stack Window

Quickly move from one method to another during debugging session.

Thread Wrapper for Modern C++

Thread wrapper based on std::thread offers synchronization, status control and termination in safe encapsulated manner

Assessment System for Tests’ Architecture Design- Facade Based Tests

We will use the previously presented assessment framework to evaluate tests that use the Facade Design Pattern. Find the ratings and reasoning behind them.The post Assessment System for Tests’ Architecture Design- Facade Based Tests appeared first on Automate The Planet.

How to Find a Gap in a Sequence using SQL SERVER

In this puzzle, we’re going to learn how to find a gap in a sequence using SQL Server.  I was recently reviewing my bank statement and noticed they flagged the start of a missing check number with ’s. I figured with would be a great example for a SQL puzzle as there are many ways […]Th

Work with the AdventureWorks Bill of Materials using Subqueries

In this puzzle, we’re going to learn how to work with the AdventureWorks Bill of Materials table.  Companies use a BOM (Bill of Materials) to itemize the products that are used or contained in another product. Solving puzzles is a great way to learn SQL.  Nothing beats practicing what you’ve l

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