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Dynamic and Object in C#

Nov 23, 2019 | C Sharp
Dynamic and object data types in C# are very similar to one another that the C# compiler converts all dynamic variables into object datatype. That’s right, the dynamic type only exists during compilation. So, how are they different from one another?

Productivity tips for Windows Terminal

The all-new Windows terminal is great. It has a lot of customization options, it utilizes the GPU(finally), and is more modern looking. Here are some productivity tips to get the most out of the new terminal. 1. Set default profile Windows terminal supports many profiles.

How to unlist a NuGet package?

Nov 11, 2019 | Nuget
Unlisting a NuGet package means that the package will no longer show up in search result. You can unlist packages you have deprecated, or packages that are work in progress, etc… To unlist a package, Go to NuGet website, click on your account menu and click on manage packages.

How to deprecate a NuGet package?

Sep 30, 2019 | Nuget
NuGet recently announced that it is adding support for package deprecation. This was a much needed feature. Here is the guide to deprecating packages on NuGet. Steps to deprecate Go to Manage Packages page in NuGet website. Select your package and click the edit icon.

Discards(_) in C#

Sep 26, 2019 | C Sharp
Sometimes you might have to create a variable in C# code that you will not use, like that out parameter that you don’t need. It would be nice if you don’t have to declare a variable just for the sake of it.

Replacing div tag with schematic tags

When we are starting to write HTML it is common that we use the div tag a lot more often. Containers, sections, footers, sidebars, headers, etc… are all wrapped up into a div. While there is nothing functionally wrong with this, it does not add any schematic meaning.

Refactor as you code

Mar 13, 2019 | Best Practices
Refactoring a code refers to the process of altering the code without changing its functionality. Usually, it is done to reduce technical debt or to standardize our code. Sometimes code refactoring is viewed as a separate task that is done in a scheduled manner.

Optimising images in a website

Mar 12, 2019 | SEO
Images are a huge part of a website which consumes a large chunk of bandwidth for a site. Larger images can significantly slow down a site. Hence optimizing image is a key part in site speed up. Image optimization is not just about compressing images.

Deleting unused online accounts

Feb 10, 2019 | Privacy Security
I recently created a list of all my user accounts online by digging through all my old emails for the purposes of moving towards a password manager. I was surprised at the length of the list. The list included many accounts ranging from my social media accounts to the profiles associated with a software / service I used a long time ago.

String.Empty, string.Empty and “” in C#

Dec 28, 2018 | C Sharp
All the three above mentioned codes have the same value in C sharp, the value of an empty string. What is the difference between them and what must be used? Let us discuss These values are identical such that a comparison of them will return true.

Edge Switching To Chromium Is Not Bad, It Is Actually Good

Dec 7, 2018 | Opinion Microsoft Edge
Microsoft recently announced that they are going to replace their browser’s rendering engine with Open Source Chromium engine. This news has received some mixed reaction. But there is a lot of good news and here are some of it. Better built-in browser One thing we all can agree is that Chromium is a well tested code and it renders websites better than Edge.

My key takeaways from the 1st LinkedIn site speedup meet

Oct 6, 2018 | SEO Web Technologies
I attended an event of website performance organized LinkedIn, India conducted on 06, October 2018. It was an extremely useful event and I would like to share some key things that I learned. 1. Analyse and record everything The first thing is to record all details as much as possible.

Constants and static readonly variables, A Comparison

Aug 10, 2018 | C Sharp
There are two ways to create a variables with fixed values in C#. One is by using static read-only functionality and the other is by using constants. This blog post explains the difference between those two. The main difference between the two is that the static read-only variables are initialized in a constructor during runtime while constants are hardcoded by the compiler.

NOLOCK is not bad

Aug 7, 2018 | SQL
All over the internet when someone asks about using NOLOCK they are flooded with responses that say not to use it, never to use it, etc… But NOLOCK is not as bad as it is made to be. It is infact really good when used under right circumstances.

Best practices for writing SQL stored procedures

Jun 18, 2018 | SQL Best Practices
Below are some of the best practices / code conventions for writing SQL stored procedures. 1. One function per stored procedure Always make sure that a stored procedure does only one task. If you are having a stored procedure doing multiple tasks split them.