I am an electronics engineer by profession. I have programmed in C and C++ and therefore mostly understand about object oriented programming and classes.
However, I have downloaded a program, from "the code project", that is written in C# for the asp.net framework. It implements "The Rectangle Packing Algorithm".
I do need to rearrange parts of this program in order to suit my needs. It was written by a professional web developer. I have loaded the program in visual studio and it does run.
I have tried to make heads or tails out of the program by reading books about C# and asp.net but the process is rather slow and I do have a life. I can now "get around" in simple c# but this program is still way above me as I can't make heads or tails out of the way that the C# is making use of the asp.net framework.
I would learn a lot faster if I knew someone that was capable of looking at the program and saying "here is what is going on here and there, etc". It is not a matter of asking a simple question, say, about classes or constructors, etc.
At my company there are only C, C++ and embedded programmers who claim no knowledge of c# or asp.net.
I am even amenable to paying someone for their services, through PayPal.
ASP.NET is not the same as .NET, their applications run in a web browser, they are not desktop applications. You could always post a question in the forum at the end of the article and see if the author can offer any further information that would help you.