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Best Articles of June 2013
As always we posted our list of the top articles for the last month and asked
the audience to decide who gets the crown. And as always you've chosen some fantastic
articles. The best of the best from last month are:
|Best C# article of June 2013
|K K Kodoth -
The Power of Delegates in C#
||Shell MegaPack.Net; SmartOutline 2010; Crypto Obfuscator
For .Net - Enterprise Edition; ActiveReports 7;
|Best VB.NET article of June 2013
|Hisham Abdullah Bin Ateya -
to ASCII Art
||Shell MegaPack.Net; SmartOutline 2010; Crypto Logger For
.Net; The latest VB.NET ebooks from informIT;
|Best Web Dev article of June 2013
|Kamyar Nazeri -
||SmartOutline 2010; The latest Web Dev ebooks from informIT;
Spread WPF-Silverlight; JArchitect;
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Most popular new articles
22 Jul 2013 - 28 Jul 2013
130 articles overall. 59 new, 71 updated.
New articles added
- Serializing to a File - Clifford Nelson
Helper for serializing objects in XML or binary and saving to a file
- DnB Risk Analysis - vvtrish
Analyzing the risk associated with owning, investing, or collaborating with business by utilizing DnB Marketplace data subset.
- Entity Framework in WinForms - Bernardo Castilho
A component that makes it easy to use Entity Framework in WinForms projects, including design-time binding support.
- DBTool for Oracle - Part 1 - Espen Harlinn
Enhance productivity and reliability, write your own tools.
- Understanding Table Joins using SQL - Sivaraman Dhamodharan
Joins are useful for bringing data together from different tables based on their database relations. First we will see how the join operates between tables. Then we will explore the Order of Execution when Join and where condition both exists. Finally we will move our exploration to the Importance o
- SQL Server T-SQL Tips & Tricks - Arash M. Dehghani
Some tips and tricks that a SQL Server developer should know about them, including features may you haven't mentioned in SQL Server.
- 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.
- fastJSON - Mehdi Gholam
Smallest, fastest polymorphic JSON serializer (with Silverlight4 and MonoDroid support)
- A Coder Interview With Bryan Carter - CodeProject, BCantor
Welcome to our continuing series of Code Project interviews in which we talk to developers about their backgrounds, projects, interests and pet peeves. In this installment we talk to Bryan Carter, who shares stories of his days programming HyperCard stacks at Apple".
- Set Excel cells value using cell name in C# - Christian Del Bianco
Automate the process of set value to Excel cells, assigning a cell name that matches the query result column name, leaving the end user the possibility to change the layout template.
- Making NuGet Work for your Company - jpreecedev
NuGet allows you to add packages to your projects, either from the public package gallery or from your own private package gallery. The latter is, in my opinion at least, somewhat under-utilised and misunderstood in the business world. This post aims to try to shed some light on how NuGet can work
- Broadcasting Events with a Duplex WCF Service - Mike_Liu
Write a duplex WCF service to broadcast events to all connected clients, so all connected clients can get real time notifications whenever an event occurs on any of the clients.
New Tips and Tricks added
- Test Data in Attribute - Raja.Krishnasamy
Attached the test data with method for regression testing by declaring ref type in attribute
Tips and Tricks updated
New Technical Blogs added
- Why jQuery - Marla Sukesh
- What’s up with WITH? - Keyhole Software
It turns out that WITH can be pretty useful in the right situations, simplifying code and providing a more efficient way to access subqueries and temporary table structures.
- Learning continuously and getting better - Frédéric Rivain [Betclic]
Only by setting in place a culture of learning can we hope to really get better. Teams that learn continuously are more adaptive, ready to tackle new projects and unknown stuff. They are in a moving spirit, pushing forward innovation.
- Interview Series – Arithmetic Expression Compiler - Sandeep Shankar
Number crunching software dates back to the dawn of computing. It has been fine-tuned and updated with innumerable features till date.Here in this setup of an Interview, we’ll use Djikstra’s Two-Stack Algorithm at its core to build a simple Arithmetic Expression Compiler that can Multiply, Divide, a
- Using a Cookie-Aware WebClient to Persist Authentication in ASP.NET MVC - Rion Williams
This post will cover how to create a simple “cookie-aware” WebClient class that will authenticate and persist this authentication for the duration of the WebClient to allow access to secure areas of your MVC Application without the need for re-authenticating for each request.
- Feature Stapling in Sharepoint - PratapReddyP
CodeProjectFeature Stapling is a concept using which a specific feature will be stappled to site template.What we gona acheive with it?There will be scenario where certain resource has to be populated to every site collection that was / will be created on a farm. Eg : I am dealing a client who is a
- The Need for Secure Coding - CdnSecurityEngineer
The reality is that, today’s information security landscape sucks, attacks are becoming more sophisticated, and getting folks involved in producing the software thinking about security seems like a losing battle.
Technical Blogs updated
- Smoked CUDA cheese and macaroni - John Michael Hauck
Writing massively parallel Windows software in C++ that takes full advantage of the processing power found in the video cards of today’s gaming computers.
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