If you think only .NET languages are the only thing that is getting evolved day by day while SQL Syntaxes remains constant, you might have to think it again. SQL Server is gradually coming with evolution day by day with some alternative syntaxes of writing SQL Statements to make more complex SQL statements easier to understand and maintainable… Read More »
In this post I am going to show how to do ordering when you require to order data by using the multiple columns. By using .Orderby(x=>x.Columnname) in the LINQ query we can easily order data of the source collection. So most of new developer make use of the same function two time .Orderby(x=>x.Columnname).Orderby(x=>x.Columnname) and thinks that will do… Read More »
Few days ago I was working on my project which is having Linq to Sql as database layer. I got requirement to get the first of all employee who’s designation starts with “soft”. I get fired below query and got the result in IEnumerable varible But later on I found there it’s taking too much time to get… Read More »
IntelliTrace Navigation Bar or Navigation Gutter is used for code navigation while debugging using IntelliTrace. To know more about IntelliTrace you can find out my list of articles http://bit.ly/l4Na92 . In this post I am going to share a small tips this you might came across while using IntelliTrace Debugging.
In Visual Studio you can enable and disabled the automatic #region code surround while implement interface. Well by default it’s set to off and which is mostly like by all developer. But if you want some change, and you want while implementing interface it should automatically surround by #region then you have to go to Tools > Options… Read More »
Compiler directives is always a fun for any language. There are lots of talks around different blogs on compiler directives but there are hardly any talks around my favorite #pragma directives. So lets talk what it is and what it is capable of. In general, Pragma directives are special instruction to the compiler when it compiles a file.… Read More »
Sometime you may came across with this problem that, you are not able to view the solution file in Visual Studio though you have solution file in proper place and the file physically exists in solution folder . You may just wonder why you are not able to view the solution file. Yeah, it could be some missing… Read More »
While using Scrolling in Visual Studio IDE, by default it scroll amount is fixed by number of lines. During normal development, when we scroll with in code editor, the scroll amount by fixed line number is fine. But if you zoom out the editor code, scrolling wont be useful as though we have changed the code editor zooming,… Read More »