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Most popular new articles
15 Jul 2013 - 21 Jul 2013
97 articles overall. 40 new, 57 updated.
New articles added
- DnB Risk Analysis - vvtrish
Analyzing the risk associated with owning, investing, or collaborating with business by utilizing DnB Marketplace data subset.
- Agile software development methodologies and how to apply them. - Monjurul Habib
Introduction to Agile software development methodologies and how to apply them. It is about how to work together to achieve a common goal. This article focus on how technology team work together well to plan, build and deliver software.
- Extended string.Format() - Ivan Yakimov
Here I describe how you can write your own implementation of string.Format method using slightly more readable syntax of format string.
New Tips and Tricks added
- Some of the Anti Patterns - Atulkumar P Patel
Anti Patterns are wrong practice followed by Developers. They are opposite to Design Patterns.
- Beginner's Guide to PowerPivot for Excel - KumarM.NET
This tip explains the features of PowerPivot, a Business Intelligence tool provided by Microsoft. This is integrated with Office 2010 and provides capabilities to represent the data in various formats to business users.
- Jacob read Excel pivot tables - Mircea Sirghi
Jacob for Excel, pivot tables, VBA functions, etc.
- WCF Self Hosting with Example - Sujit Bhujbal
In this article I will tell you how to create WCF Service library and how to host using self-hosting and how to host this service in console Application.
Tips and Tricks updated
- MultiLevelMultiSelectCombo (Silverlight) - Tharindu Nishad Patikirikorala
The MultiLevelMultiSelectCombo is an extension of Silverlight combo box having capabilities to display hieratical data and enable selection of multiple items.
New Technical Blogs added
- MongoDB Geo-Spatial Mobile Demo - Keyhole Software
MongoDB is a scalable NoSQL document-oriented data store that has built-in geo-spatial indexing. Let’s look at its characteristics and then check out a mobile geo-spatial demo application.
- Parse the Salt Please - Simon Jackson
After playing a lot with Parse over the last few weeks, I thought I’d share some of my findings.
Technical Blogs updated
- Latest jQuery interview questions and answers - jQuery By Example
Below is the list of latest and updated jQuery interview questions and their answers for freshers as well as experienced users. These interview question covers latest version of jQuery which is jQuery 2.0. These interview questions will help you to prepare for the interviews, for quick revision and
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