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Microsoft Dot Net Framework

.NET framework gives a platform that provides all the tools, services & technologies you need to build Networked Applications, console applications as well as Distributed Web Services and Web Applications....

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What are Collections in C#?

Representation of collection of objects in an order that can be indexed individually i.e. assigning an index to every objects which make various operation on objects like searching, sorting etc. easier and reduces complexity.......

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ASP.NET CORE Framework

Seeing the popularity of open source frameworks, Microsoft also doesn’t want to be behind in the race. In this way, it brought a new well established framework to build web apps called ASP.NET Core....

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Peachpie

Peachpie is a latest PHP compiler released by Microsoft. It opens the door for PHP developers in the .net development world and vice-versa. However, it is still a concept and under progress....

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Assemblies in C#

Assemblies are the building blocks of the .net framework. An assembly is a collection of types and resources that are building to work together and form logical units of functionality....

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Concurrent Collections in C#

Traditional collection classes are using with a lock, but concurrent collection classes are lock free. So, it will often use in parallel programming for performance concern....

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Synchronization in C#

In a multithreaded environment, each thread has its own local thread stack and registers. If multiple threads access the same resource for read and write, this will cause a resource conflict and the value may be changed unexpectedly....

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Task Parallel Library (Task Parallelism) in C#

The Task Parallel Library is a basic concept of a task (i.e. a unit of work ), which represents an asynchronous operation. The term “Task parallelism” refers to one or more independent asynchronous tasks running concurrently i.e. in parallel....

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