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The Netduino board provides the .NET programmer with a way to write code for tiny devices using Visual Studio and familiar languages like C# and VB.Net.
Applying time proven SOLID principles make your code structured, neat and easy to maintain. Bipin Joshi examines SOLID principles and illustrates how they can be applied to your C# code.
Recently one way that developers have been looking to address the cookie abuse problem is via a method known as fingerprinting. Peter Shaw shows you how to generate a fingerprint in C# for use in your own projects.
Did you know that it's amazingly easy to reuse parts of code and other shared views inside your Razor templates? We’ll use examples to show you how.
String.format is not just a relic from a bygone era, but is actually still very useful even in today's brave new world. It’s time to dig into some data formatting!
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