Author: Benjamin Perkins

Language Independence

Benjamin Perkins C#

The most common .Net languages are Visual Basic, C++ and C#. However, there are numerous other programming languages that will function with the .Net Framework. Like, F#, J#, PowerBuilder, IronPython, IronRuby, etc… It is possible to use .Net from many programming languages because they have all agreed on some standards. For example the Common Type […]

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Interoperability in C#

Benjamin Perkins C#

Programming has been around for some time and we haven’t always had the .Net Framework to make our lives as programmers and support engineers so easy. When we program within the confines of the .Net Framework, we are building managed code. Managed code is compiled in Bytecode. Prior to the .Net Framework we programmed in […]

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What is the .Net Framework, .Net Fundamentals

Benjamin Perkins C#

The .Net framework is a group of components that provide the developer with tools to support the creation of robust computer software programs. It is comprised of: Development frameworks – are components that let us resuse previously written and tested software. Such as ASP.Net, WPF, Silverlight, LINQ, ADO.Net, WCF, WinForms etc… Therea are some very […]

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Generics

Benjamin Perkins C#

When we think about the word Generic outside of the programming world it simply means that the object is not tied to any specific kind. An example is a bank account. We may not know which bank it is associated too, if it is a checking or savings account, however we do know that we […]

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