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When you create a .NET application in Visual Studio, it contains two build configurations: Debug and Release. But what does this mean exactly? Most developers will tell you that you can transform your Web.config or App.config based on the selected build…
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Not that long ago, we published a post about the fundamentals of the C# array. Today’s post will continue the trend, covering the C# list. Don’t worry: if you’re a beginner, you’ll also benefit from this post. Instead of brushing up, you’ll get your first…
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Today, we bring you another post in the CodeIt.Right Rules Explained series.  Up until this point, I’ve been chronicling these posts by their number in the series, but I realize that the numbering: is both academic and relatively easily inferred via the…
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Documenting your code is important. It tells other developers what the code does, why it is constructed in a certain way, and how to use it. Good documentation saves them time when they are trying to perform a certain task that isn’t straightforward. It…
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A while back, I wrote on the subject of code review horror stories.  This was mostly for fun, but it does speak to an important truth.  Code reviews can be pretty contentious, unpleasant, and even counterproductive when done wrong. I could spend a bunch…
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So you’ve started your journey into C# development. Learning any new language or framework can be a challenging road. However, you need not despair. Allow those who have gone before you to lead the way and guide you on your journey. Today’s leg of the…
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Put two developers together and they’re bound to have a discussion about coding style. No two developers write code in the exact same way. More often than not, one isn’t better than the other and it’s just a matter of taste. In a team or in a single…
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It’s time again for another post in the CodeIt.Right Rules Explained series.  We’re fifteen posts deep into the series now, as you can see from the title.  But if you haven’t seen these posts before, I’ll recap the same information I cover in each intro.…
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Are you familiar with the expression “sharpen the saw” in the context of learning and continuous improvement? If you’ve read Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, then I’m sure you are. For those unfamiliar with the term, it basically…
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C# is supposed to be an object-oriented language, but it’s possible that you, as a .NET/C# developer, have been using functional programming concepts without even knowing it. And that’s what today’s post is about. I’ll just first briefly cover the…
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