This series of articles will present you what you will be asked in your next .NET job interviews in 2015. In general it gives an overview of the concepts of Object Oriented Programming which you WILL be asked: 1. Abstract class – It is intended to be a base class. – Cannot be instantiated. –
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I have found this post at somasegar’s blog writing about the new enhancements in VB and C# languages. About VB.NET they include: – removed the underscore (“_”) character when breaking a code statement across multiple lines – simple way of declaring properties – collection initializers and array literals are simpler as well – better support
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Brad Abrams writes about “What is .NET RIA Services“. Here is a small bit of this article: Microsoft .NET RIA Services simplifies the traditional n-tier application pattern by bringing together the ASP.NET and Silverlight platforms. The RIA Services provides a pattern to write application logic that runs on the mid-tier and controls access to data
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I came across this article and really enjoyed it, thats why I have to share it with you. Written by Damon Armstrong this article gives a bit of light what is next in .NET field. Co-Evolution for VB.NET and C# One of the most prominent messages coming from Microsoft right now is geared towards Microsoft
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