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8 Tips to a Better API Design

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We have all seen the numerous articles and tutorials related to great REST API design on the web...
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ASP.NET Variables Won't Hold Their Values

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When it comes to working with ASP.NET most developers who have done standard desktop development always run into the problem of their class variables not retaining their values. You create a variable at the class/page level and expect that when you click a button or change a server control on the page that those variables will be there when its...
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The Main Method Is a Conductor, Not a Member of the Orchestra

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As many of you already know, I am a regular mentor on Dream.In.Code. With that I see common mistakes and design issues more than most people will probably ever seen in their full career. One design issue I would like to talk about today is the role of the main method and why it should be treated more like the conductor of an orchestra than 10...
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6 Helpful Tips on How to Learn Programming

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Undoubtedly if you are new to the computer programming scene you have been overwhelmed by the number of other people telling you how to go about learning a new language. These people might be saying things like "Go to Codecademy.com...
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Linear Search for Sorted Lists: My Take

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Ready for another high octane, explosion-filled and death defying episode of the Programming Underground?!?! Sure you are! Today I give my take on a blog article I stumbled across today called "Computer Algorithms: Linear Search in Sorted Lists...
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Barriers of Validation

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Hello once again Dream.In.Coders! Today I want to talk to you about a design decision which involves validating data. Often times newbies build error prone code. This is because they are just learning and lack the experience of proper validation... and lack the experience of being smacked in the face when the code fails on the input of...
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Passing Data Between Forms in C# or VB.NET

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One of the first obstacles that people new to C# (or VB.NET for that matter) run into is how to get two forms to communicate with one another. How do you get your main form (a parent) to open and pass along data to another form (the child)? This question typically arises when the programmer wants to create a dialog situation where they click a...
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