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The best article on C# threading I have ever come across. Very informative and also available as a free PDF. Enjoy!
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Composition over inheritance? This article explains it nicely. Worth a read if you have five minutes to spare. Enjoy!
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An interesting article about writing testable code. Covers what you should look for when performing code reviews. Enjoy!
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Hello People! How many of you have got yourselves tied in knots when trying to effectively handle 404 errors in MVC? Of course you can easily enable custom errors but this doesn't always give the results you want. For example how many times have you found that IIS displays its own 404 page? Sure there are hacks such as changing the configuration so IIS runs all managed modules for each request but this has a performance hit. The attached link provides a very elegant solution to the 404 problem. I hope some of you find this as useful as I did.
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Even seasoned developers can get confused about 32bit and 64bit builds. What does an Any CPU build actually do? The attached link points to an article that explains these confusions in a clear and concise way. Enjoy!
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What on Earth is Recursion? - fascinating video from +Computerphile  (geeks only). Very useful for programmers but hard to get your head around. I love the way these videos explain complex topics.
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Do you use log4net in your projects? There are not many examples showing how to do database logging using stored procedures. This link is a rare find and gives a worked example of how to do this. Enjoy!
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Came across this excellent C# site which will be useful to beginners and seasoned programmers alike. Enjoy :-)
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Are your configuration files all full of clutter? I've been using "configSource" for a number of years to make things more manageable but I am amazed at the number of seasoned developers who have never heard of this feature. The attached link talks about configOurce in the context of web.config but it applies to all config files managed by the .NET configuration manager. Enjoy!
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