Tag: C#

Design Patterns in C#
Design Patterns in C#
Ebooks

Excerpt reprinted with permission from Apress for the book Design Patterns in C# by Vaskaran Sarcar (2020)”. Get your copy of the book now on: https://www.apress.com/in/book/9781484260616 Get hands-on experience with each Gang of Four (GoF) design pattern using C#. For each of the patterns, you will see at least one real-world scenario, a coding example,… READ MORE

Is C# a low-level language?
Is C# a low-level language?
Blog Posts

I’m a massive fan of everything Fabien Sanglard does, I love his blog and I’ve read both his books cover-to-cover (for more info on his books, check out the recent Hansleminutes podcast). Recently he wrote an excellent post where he deciphered a postcard sized raytracer, un-packing the obfuscated code and providing a fantastic explanation of the maths involved. I really recommend you take… READ MORE

CoreRT - A .NET Runtime for AOT
CoreRT – A .NET Runtime for AOT
Blog Posts

Firstly, what exactly is CoreRT? From its GitHub repo: .. a .NET Core runtime optimized for AOT (ahead of time compilation) scenarios, with the accompanying .NET native compiler toolchain The rest of this post will look at what that actually means. Contents Existing .NET ‘AOT’ Implementations High-Level Overview The Compiler The Runtime ‘Hello World’ Program Limitations Further… READ MORE

Automate Variations in SharePoint 2013 Using PowerShell & C#
Automate Variations in SharePoint 2013 Using PowerShell & C#
Blog Posts

Let’s Start.. Automating variations settings and configuration so whenever a deployment is needed, you will be ready with your PowerShell scripts.
Manual deployment is time consuming as it is repetitive task, in this post I will let you know how to automate one of those many tasks when it comes to deployment.
SharePoint Variations has a UI which I will show you its steps now;