Category Archives: .NET

.NET & C# – Back to Basics Series

By | July 29, 2018

It’s always good to look back and recap some of the fundamentals of .NET, C# Programming concepts.  Over the time we have published several posts on C# Fundamentals, .NET Basics, and some of the common topics on Visual Studio. Let’s have quickly recalled them in a single place.

Did you know – You can check all the installed Common Language Runtime (CLR) Versions in your machine?

By | November 15, 2017

The Common Language Runtime (CLR) provides key features including memory management, security, exception handling for all programming languages that are targeted to it. In another form, it manages the execution of the code running on .NET Framework. To be honest, we all are familiar with what it does, and how critical component it is for the applications running… Read More »

Xamarin Android RecyclerView with GridLayoutManager.

By | August 9, 2016

RecyclerView is a new widget that has been introduced in the material design with Android 5.0 Lollipop. This widget is available for the previous versions of Android using the support libraries. RecyclerView is almost equal to the ListView but it differs in the layout that is used to display the data and also forcefully using the ViewHolder for recycling… Read More »

Back To Basics – Delegate in C#

By | May 6, 2015

A delegate person is someone who represent an organization or set of people. In C# world a delegate is a reference type variable that represent one or set of methods by holding there reference. Note: The reference can be changed at runtime.  So let’s first understand what it meant. Let’s have a class called BasicMaths having two methods Add and Subtract, which… Read More »

Workstation GC Vs Background GC

By | January 22, 2014

Well, there has been a confusion around the developer community on the differences between the Workstation GC which is by default recommended for standalone machines which targets one single CPU Core and the Background GC which provides multicore execution of Garbage Collections. In general aspect first let us consider how the Workstation is different from the server. A… Read More »