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VB and C# together share about 50% of the “garbage-collected languages” market. How do Microsoft design these languages? Where do they get ideas? How do they incorporate new paradigms without breaking the existing languages? Where will they go in the future and how will we get there?
C# (C Sharp)is a type-safe object-oriented language created by Microsoft that enables developers to build applications that run on the .NET Framework. This video presents the basic concept behind the C#.
Do you think about software design? Do you want to know what those fancy acronyms mean? Do you kind of know what they mean but want to see the concepts in flesh and bone? I you answered yes to any of the questions, you might not get bored in this session when we talk about the good, bad and the ugly from those principles and show C# code to exemplify the concepts.
This is a talk which aims to explain the Dependency Inversion Principle in practice. It is not a one hour theoretical explanation of what the principle states, but rather a real life demonstration of how it becomes a natural pattern to apply in the pursuit of a clean, maintainable design within the boundaries of a statically typed language. This is a â€œcode and commentaryâ€ talk, with virtually no slides. Though the code demonstrated is C#, this is not a technologyâ€“specific talk.
Watch this streaming video from the Norwegian Developer Conference 2010
In this session, we will explore the Script Task and Script Component tools within SQL Server Integration Services. Learn how to break out of the traditional flat-file ETL mold and, using VB.NET or C#, create custom scripts to address unconventional transformations and related tasks. We’ll also discuss other possible uses of script in SSIS, with several practical examples.
Video producer: Oklahoma City SQL Developers Group
Behavior-Driven Development is more than a technique for creating and organizing unit tests. It is also a wonderful way to communicate with customers and users about the software being created. This video demonstrates some techniques and tools you can use to start delivering software with BDD. : Using Behavior-Driven Development frameworks, this session explores ways to create software starting with solid Agile requirements, moving all the way through automated testing. We use .NET in C# and Visual Studio ALM, although none of these exact tools are required to accomplish the …
Ben Watson discusses key concepts from his book, C# 4.0 – How To, which takes a task-oriented approach to C# development. He then Watson shares his take on the .NET ecosystem and describes his favorite and least favorite C# 4.0.features
In this episode we are going to take a look at the how to use the System.Lazy namespace. One of the pretty cool new nuggets inside the .Net 4.0 framework is System.Lazy. What System.Lazy brings to the table is a way to create objects which may need to perform intensive operations and defer the execution of the operation until it is 100% absolutely needed.
Learn how to use the Microsoft Visual Basic/C# DLR integration to test a statically-typed application with IronRuby. See how to develop a Silverlight application end-to-end with IronRuby, and how programming with dynamic languages helps improve the dev experience.
This screencast demonstrates how to use MongoDb using C# Driver.