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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 3/24/2011, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: Regex has been the most popular and easiest way of writing validations. The only big problem with regex has been the cryptic syntax. Developers who are working on projects with complicated validation always refer some kind of cheat sheet to remember the syntaxes and commands.
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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 10/25/2010, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: This article first starts with the basic concepts of CAS like evidence, permission, code groups and caspol.exe. It then moves ahead to demonstrate how CAS can be implemented in real world. This article further talks about ground up changes made in .NET 4.0 for CAS. In those regards it discusses about security transparent model and sandboxing.
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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 9/27/2010, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: 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.
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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 9/7/2010, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: I just completed my second book ".NET Interview questions" and now on my third book "SQL Server 2005 Interview questions". Had a decent time in between to update my skills and be in tune with new developments. Thanks to my publisher for giving me a free pass for the Aspect Oriented Programming seminar in Mumbai, that's what has inspired me to write this article. A lot has been written about AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming) on the Web, but none of the articles cover how to implement it practically in C#.
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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 9/7/2010, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: OK guys, I have never written any article spanning in parts. But the subject demand has forced me to split it into parts. If you are coming to this page directly it's better to first get the AOP basics clear by reading Part I of this article. We will continue with the same problem of the Customer Sales application discussed in Part I. We saw in the previous article, tangling code originated from cross cut concerns. We also found that to solve this problem we separate the cross cut concerns from main concerns.
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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 9/7/2010, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: All characters in this article are fictional and any resemblance to live or dead is purely coincidental. This is a nice talk between Mr. RC and Mr. Shiv about state machine work flow. RC starts talking about an order project and they end up in a nice discussion which gives us step by step approach of how to execute a state machine work flow. This article was written in a straight half & hour session so please excuse for my English as it’s my second language and for any spelling mistakes….so guys enjoy State machines.
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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 9/2/2010, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: This FAQ deep dives in to .Net 4.0 MEF fundamentals (Import and Export) and also explains when to use MEF over DI / IOC. This article also explains step by step on how to use MEF in various technologies like Silverlight, WPF and ASP.NET.
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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 9/1/2010, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: In this FAQ we will quickly run through and get a feel of how WWF (Windows Workflow foundation) will help you in making custom work flows in your project.
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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 8/26/2010, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: In this article we will discuss about 3 important features provided by VS 2010 to ease our deployment task on production and other environment. We will first start with understanding problems with deployment and then move ahead by creating packages , one click deploy and web.config transformation.
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Posted by: Kirtan Patel, on 6/2/2010, in category ".NET Framework"
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Abstract: In this article I will teach you how to get names and all other information of sql server instances that are in network.This type of coding will help you in situation where you want to show selection for the user what sqlserver instance he want to connect to.
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