Category Archives: C#

Available Resource: ASP.Net Lead Engineer


Available ResourceASP.Net Lead Engineer

Nidhi Anand is a ASP.Net Lead Engineer has 7+ years of IT Industry experience and 7+ years of relevant experience. Her current location is Hackensack , NJ and she is willing to relocate anywhere in USA. Her area of expertise is .Net 4.0, C# (2.0,3.5,4.0), VB.NET (2.0,3.5,4.0), MS-SQL Server, MVC, WCF. She is available immediately. If interested, please E-mail her at nidhianand83@gmail.com or contact her at 201.936.3034.

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How to Send An Email Using ASP.NET C# Code?


How to Send An Email Using ASP.NET C# Code?
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This articles explains how you can send an email using asp.net mvc

How to Use NumericUpDown Control Of Ajax In ASP.NET Using C#


How to Use NumericUpDown Control Of Ajax In ASP.NET Using C#
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In this article we will learn about how to use NumericUpDown control of Ajax in ASP.NET using C#.

Connected V/S Disconnected Architecture In C#


Connected V/S Disconnected Architecture In C#
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In this article, I will explain you what is connected and disconnected architecture in C# when you are working with the database.

Database Connectivity in ASP.NET/C# with SQL Server


Database Connectivity in ASP.NET/C# with SQL Server
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CRUD operation in ASP.NET/C# with SQL Server for beginners

Database connectivity in Asp.Net/C# with Sql Server


Database connectivity in Asp.Net/C# with Sql Server
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CRUD operation in Asp.Net/C# with Sql Server for beginners

Using .NET Collections With C#


via Using .NET Collections With C#.

.NET offers a variety of collections, such as ArrayList, Hashtable, queues, Dictionaries. Collections are abstractions of data algorithms. An ArrayList is an abstract dynamic array, a Hashtable collection abstracts a lookup table, a Queues collection abstracts queues and so on. In addition to that, collections implement the ICollection, IEnumerable and IClonable interfaces. The detailed specification for each collection is found under the System.Collection namespace.