LINQ Exercises Using Both Query and Fluent Syntaxes

Query syntax: https://gist.github.com/rsotto/743544a69c2ab450bea0fcd3067b14d5 Fluent syntax: https://gist.github.com/rsotto/eb44d5d0dfcaf25f4b70dce188ab140c   Resources: Language Integrated Query (LINQ)  

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.NET Code Documentation And Testing: They Are There, Why Not Use It?

Remember the "///"?  They are the C# XML documentation comments and they are pretty useful when you are building your APIs and frameworks so other developers who use your code can at least see some useful information on your classes and methods through the intellisense provided by the Visual Studio IDE. Take the following sample …

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I’m familiar with .NET Framework, so what is .NET Standard and .NET Core?

Basically .NET Framework is an implementation of .NET, much like Mono if you know Mono.  .NET Core is a newer implementation of .NET that is dubbed as cross-platform and designed for cloud.  Now .NET Standard is what is common among these .NET implementations and if your .NET app targets .NET Standard, it would mean that …

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My notes on Angular (2.0+)

I've been following Angular for a while now and decided recently to develop Angular 2.0+ applications (skipped the previous version, AngularJS, as it's totally different).  My initial impression: it does make developing SPA easy and opens the door to the world of open-source frameworks and libraries.  So here are some notes I gathered. An angular …

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