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Abstract Class versus Interface

, 7 Jan 2008
Abstract class versus Interface: Usage and Implementation.

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Rahman Mahmoodi
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Rahman is a very experienced software developer with 10+ years of experience in different programming languages. Has experience in both Web Application Development and Desktop Line of Business Application development.

At the moment his area of interest are .Net both C# and VB.Net, Client side UI frameworks like AngularJs, Bootstrap, etc. Application Architecture, Dependency Injection, Use case Driven Development, Test Driven Development, MOQ etc.

He has Bachelor of Computing with Distinction Grade from University of Western Sydney.

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