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JumpStart with JAVA | For Dot NET Developers

So, if you’re a Dot NET developer and you are looking to do JumpStart with JAVA then my friend you are just at the right place. Sometimes you do not live with one language. Especially if you are working for an organization who is working in different dimensions. Let’s start by viewing a small clip;…

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CSharp Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners | Bob Tabor

Are you new to programming or you are absolute beginner looking for an awesome video tutorial for great hands on. Then there is an awesome video series available on Microsoft Virtual Academy by the Bob Tabor HERE. :: Published On: 25 March 2016 You can see the whole description provided with the course bellow; /* Want to…

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Objects: Everything is an Object in C#

Microsoft Visual C# is an object-oriented language. This makes it similar to Java, C++ and many others. Not all object-oriented languages are the same. Some languages are mostly procedural and incorporate some object-oriented features. C#, however, is a strict object-oriented language. That means that all values are stored as objects or as members of objects.…

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Create a Sample UWP App in C#

The core of this blog is about Microsoft Visual C#. But C# is mostly used to work with the visual Programming. Web Applications, Windows Desktop Applications, UWP Applications and so on… So here we will practice is by using UWP Apps. The UWP is the most entrusting, simple and best way to practice visual Application…

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Develop a Windows 10 App in C#

To Create a Windows 10 App using C#; Let’s Create a Universal Windows App in Microsoft Visual Studio; In the template Selection, check the Empty Project and chick OK; Microsoft Visual Studio will create some files for you in Solution Explorer; Now click upon MainPage.xaml, you will get the screen here; You will see the…

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Develop an ASP.NET Web App in C#

To Create an ASP.NET Web Page; Let’s Create an ASP.NET Web Project in Microsoft Visual Studio; In the template Selection, check the Empty Project And let the remaining thing uncheck and chick OK; Microsoft Visual Studio will create some files for you in Solution Explorer; Now Let’s create a Web Form in the Project. Go…

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Develop a Windows Desktop Application in C#

Let’s create a Windows Desktop Application in C# using WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation)! Simply create a WPF Application Project in Microsoft Visual Studio; When you press OK to create the project. You’ll get a screen like here; The WPF is little bit interesting. It has visual interface. Its mean to run on the Desktop. And…

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Develop a C# Console Project

The Best Way to learn any language or a technology is to learn it by development projects in it. In C# we can do project base learning is variety of different application framework! The Architecture of Visual C# Project is shown below; C# programs run on the .NET Framework, an integral component of Windows that…

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C# Memory Management

In C#, the memory is allocated by dynamically at Runtime and don’t have to explicitly allocate memory. So you don’t need to worry about allocate memory and then reclaim it. It is done for you at backend by Garbage Collector process. CLR periodically checks memory heap. It looks for unreferenced objects and releases resources. And…

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JumpStart with Microsoft Visual C#

Microsoft Visual C# is the Multi-Paradigm Programming Language encompassing strong typing, imperative, declarative, functional, generic, object-oriented (class-based), and component-oriented programming disciplines. With C#, one has got a great programming language and a valuable tool at his fingertips. Perhaps without giving credit to Visual Studio IDE is unfair with the most powerful IDE in the world…

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