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25 Aug 2015   Updated: 25 Aug 2015   Rating: 4.88/5    Votes: 17   Popularity: 5.87
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The article shows how we can solve various technical problems easily with the help of delegates.
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23 Feb 2016   Updated: 26 Feb 2016   Rating: 4.57/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 3.20
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A design pattern to separate the concerns in a web page. Here, each part of the page is considered as a component which is inherently reactive and provides an unified way to interact with other component in the page.
25 Sep 2013   Updated: 24 Nov 2013   Rating: 4.88/5    Votes: 40   Popularity: 7.66
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Tips to make Asp.Net MVC4 UI development easier with the flavor of knockout js.

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K. Naveen. Bhat
Software Developer (Senior) Aditi Technologies
India India
Naveen Bhat is a self thought passionate programmer, he loves to write code which human can understand and computers can interpret! He started his professional career with .Net Framework 3.5 using C# as a language, but while in college he used to code in C, C++ and VB6.

He often shares his technical experience in his blog and here.

Later in his career, he mesmerized with the beauty of javascript development, which he used to hate once. This credit goes to Douglas Crockford for his book "Javascript Good Parts". Since then he started to explore javascript more and enjoys it as same as C#. So, Node.js became his another server-side development choice. While exploring more on javascript, he got attracted with functional programming. Soon he realized that his understanding of functional development was wrong and he has to re-learn it! Well, he is exploring Scala and Clojure now.

With his current employer, he got a chance to work with Microsoft Azure. Everyday he finds something new and exciting in it.