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6 ways of doing locking in .NET (Pessimistic and optimistic) 
Last updated on: 27 Sep 2010 03:22:33 AM by Questpond | Views: 19394 | Category: .NET Framework |
Votes: 2 | Rating: 5 out of 5
This article talks about 6 ways of doing locking in .NET. It starts with concurrency problems and then discusses about 3 ways of doing optimistic locking. As optimistic locking does not solve the concurrency issues from roots, it introduces pessimistic locking. It then moves ahead to explain how isolation levels can help us implement pessimistic locking. Each isolation level is explained with sample demonstration to make concepts clearer.
3 ways of doing Optimistic Locking in .NET 
Last updated on: 17 Sep 2010 04:52:06 AM by Questpond | Views: 13949 | Category: .NET Framework |
In this article we will touch base 3 ways of doing optimistic locking i.e. Using ADO.NET dataset, SQL Server Timestamp check and old / new value check. So we will start this article with a small introduction to concurrency, discuss the 5 concurrency problems and then get down to the actual meat to understand how to implement optimistic locking using the 3 methodologies.
ASP.NET Stringbuilder and DataTable 
Last updated on: 08 Sep 2010 10:22:08 PM by Nkaiseng | Views: 37121 | Category: .NET Framework |
Votes: 3 | Rating: 4 out of 5
N.B, This article is for newbies. I remember my early days of my programming,The most battle i used to have was how to display my data on my form, yes i used GridViews, but find limitations when dealing with data.
What are the Sql Server Management Objects? 
Last updated on: 04 Aug 2010 01:05:12 PM by Baldi | Views: 12525 | Category: .NET Framework |
What are the Sql Server Management Objects? It is a .NET library from Microsoft which allows you to access and manage all objects of the Microsoft SQL Server. It allows you to create, alter and drop objects like views, tables, jobs from your .NET application in a easy way.
Using IsolatedStorageFile to store data in WPF Application class events 
Last updated on: 23 Jul 2010 06:28:01 AM by Kishork80 | Views: 56458 | Category: .NET Framework |
Votes: 2 | Rating: 4.5 out of 5
In this article I am combining and covering two basic but very handy and useful concepts which has been provided using .Net framework 4.0.
6 important .NET concepts: - Stack, heap, Value types, reference types, boxing and Unboxing. 
Last updated on: 04 Sep 2022 07:07:07 AM by Questpond | Views: 16178 | Category: .NET Framework |
Votes: 3 | Rating: 5 out of 5
This article will explain 6 important concepts Stack , heap , by val , by ref , boxing and unboxing. This article starts first explaining what happens internally when you declare a variable and then it moves ahead to explain 2 important concepts stack and heap. Article then talks about reference types and value types and clarifies some of the important fundamentals around them.
Build Your Talking Application 
Last updated on: 17 Mar 2010 06:32:47 PM by Abhi2434 | Views: 24743 | Category: .NET Framework |
Votes: 5 | Rating: 3.6 out of 5
In this application it is discussed how you can use Windows Narrator to create talking application.
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    Asynchronous Method Invocation 
    Last updated on: 04 Mar 2010 04:40:31 PM by Abhi2434 | Views: 16680 | Category: .NET Framework |
    Votes: 2 | Rating: 3 out of 5
    Here I am showing how you can invoke a method asynchronously using delegates and AsyncCallback
    Last updated on: 18 Dec 2009 08:27:07 PM by Chikul | Views: 6517 | Category: .NET Framework |
    Reflection is one of the main features of .Net framework . In short it is a powerful way of collecting and manipulate information present in application's assemblies and its metadata. Metadata contain all the Type information used by the application.(Metadata - Data about data). The ability to obtain information at runtime also makes it even more advantageous. When reflection is used along with system.type, it allows the developer to get the valuable information about all the types and about the assemblies. We can even create the instances and then invoke various types that are used across the application.
    12 Important FAQ’s on VSTS Testing (Unit testing, load testing, automated testing, database testing and code coverage) 
    Last updated on: 08 Dec 2009 01:09:41 AM by Questpond | Views: 24056 | Category: .NET Framework |
    This article has 12 important FAQ's and will cover Unit testing, load testing, automated testing, database testing and code coverage.
    Microsoft Distributed Cache “Velocity” 
    Last updated on: 23 Nov 2009 08:28:53 AM by Sudhakarj21 | Views: 10621 | Category: .NET Framework |
    Microsoft “Velocity” is the code name for their new Distributed Cache Tool. Distributed Cache is about making your application data available on a Distributed Environment means a set of Physical Servers in a Web Farm scenario or in a Distributed multi layer system. This articel is about an overview of "Velocity" will provide more detailed articles in next coming months.
    5 simple steps to execute unit testing using NUNIT 
    Last updated on: 22 Nov 2009 01:10:29 AM by Questpond | Views: 70322 | Category: .NET Framework |
    Votes: 1 | Rating: 1 out of 5
    Unit testing is validation and verification methodology where the developers test the individual units of source code. In this tutorial we will try to understand how we can do unit testing using NUNIT framework. This tutorial we will try to understand the 5 important steps to do unit testing using NUNIT.
    How to read csv file and import its data with Linq 
    Last updated on: 17 Nov 2009 08:25:25 AM by Goldytech | Views: 25394 | Category: .NET Framework |
    In this post I teach you how to read csv file using linq and imports its data in table
    Viewing CIL code and Assembly Metadata 
    Last updated on: 17 Nov 2009 08:24:44 AM by Abhisek | Views: 11277 | Category: .NET Framework |
    This article will describe you about how to view the contents of an .NET assembly. You can investigate the CIL code and the meta information of the assembly to strengthen your programming skill in .NET.
    Copy DLL from GAC 
    Last updated on: 16 Nov 2009 03:17:13 AM by Virendradugar | Views: 23414 | Category: .NET Framework |
    This article demonstrates how to copy DLL from Global Assembly Cache.