The code typed-in during the tutorial-session is as follows:-
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Introduction & Description: Coming shorty..
For a deeper understanding on all that has been mentioned above, please check out the 5 video links where I go through the demo in full detail.
Wednesday, 28 August 2013
Introduction & Description: Coming shorty..
For a deeper understanding on all that has been mentioned above, please check out the 7 video links where I go through the demo in full detail.
Sunday, 30 June 2013
Number crunching software dates back to the dawn of computing. It has been fine-tuned and updated with innumerable features till date.
Here in this setup of an Interview, we’ll use Djikstra’s Two-Stack Algorithm at its core to build a simple Arithmetic Expression Compiler that can Multiply, Divide, and Add non-negative N-Digit Rational numbers together following Operator precedence of the BODMAS rule.
Sunday, 23 June 2013
Queries are executed in many ways. The types can be broadly classified into Deferred/Lazy Execution and Immediate Execution.
In this post, we’ll see how the type of execution can boost performance in LINQ.
Friday, 31 May 2013
In this post, we'll discuss the pros and cons of using the StringBuilder functionality over String, and vice versa.
We’ll go about what Immutability is, how run-time strings differ from compile-time ones, memory allocation for String & StringBuilder, and finally wrap up with the difference between Lists holding Immutable Reference Types & Lists holding Mutable Reference Types.
Friday, 17 May 2013
Microsoft Excel is the world’s most widely-used SpreadSheet software. Doing operations in them through C# code is central for many applications, including Data Analytics.
Here in this setup of an Interview, we’ll see how to do Bulk-Insertion of Data-Sets, Bulk-Coloring by Conditional Formatting and Charting Data-Sets.
Tuesday, 30 April 2013
The most used (and misused) data-type in most applications is the String! Their properties let us leverage on many aspects of coding.
Here, we’ll discuss about the way Strings are stored in the memory and how they can be allocated efficiently!
Thursday, 18 April 2013
Iterations are vital for performing umpteen numbers of functionality. To make creative designs purely by intelligent looping is challenging.
Here in this setup of an Interview, we’ll see how to loop effortlessly with seamless and “readable” logic to generate a scenic clump of stars!
Monday, 1 April 2013
It always pays to know variable-types better. Some are mutable, and some are immutable, and what not!..
Here, we’ll perform an equality test on different types of variables using the == operator, Equals function, and the ReferenceEquals functionality.
Sunday, 31 March 2013
Doing computation over numbers stored as strings can be challenging. Finding the sum or max among all numbers stored as strings would be easy, but sorting the “string” numbers without type-casting them to integer/double is tricky.
Here, we’ll see how Anonymous methods come to the rescue for sum & max operations and Sort & OrderBy functionality for sorting “string” numbers.
Thursday, 28 March 2013
Relevant and Efficient parsing of data from raw files is of utmost importance to generate valuable information.
Here, we’ll see how to parse numbers from a file that are strung together without any delimiters.
Tuesday, 26 March 2013
Finding the presence of particular streams of text is vital during Search Operations. Sometimes, finding the location of repeated occurrences of search-terms is even more vital.
Here, we’ll see how to find the indices of multiple occurrences of overlapping and non-overlapping streams of text in a string-input.
Monday, 25 March 2013
Data Validation is a very important task to ensure discrepancies don’t creep-into when you make valuable information out of them.
Here, we’ll know how to ensure the correctness of data retrieved as strings that hold numbers in them.
Sunday, 24 March 2013
In many Financial and Accounting Applications, it’s very important to ensure that the Currency specifications are perfect.
Here in this setup of an Interview, we’ll see how to cater to the specific needs of Currency display depending upon the location where the systems are present.
Monday, 18 March 2013
Multi-threaded applications give a big boost to Code’s Performance and Scalability. But often times we need to be careful while using Thread-unsafe collections in these scenarios.
Here, we’ll know how to ensure proper dynamic allocation of memory to thread-unsafe collections and to perform Thread-Safe updates in them.
Sunday, 17 March 2013
Optimizing your C# code is fundamental for improving your Application's Performance and Scalability.
Here, we'll know the performance optimization involved when we explicitly specify an approximate size of the C# collection during its declaration.