C# and LINQ have been together since C# 3.0. It makes working with data sources, both local and remote, a pleasant experience with its' functional-style approach.
However, LINQ does have its' pitfalls in the form of unnecessary memory alloc…
Reading this article:
Very interesting from someone who knows what he's talking about, for string performance, in upcoming dotnet release.
My first thought actual…
In this article we will be discussing about few features of upcoming C# 10.
C# 10 doesn't have an official release date yet, although it will probabl…
Modern web applications, among many other things, demand
a modular approach to building components
loose-coupling between its components.