Attitudes of a Great Software Developer !!!
Jul30

Attitudes of a Great Software Developer !!!

Welcome to CodeSpread! A post by guest author Rajaraman Raghuraman. This post was originally published in AgileDevTest Blog. Software development is an art, not just a science.  You can learn all the technicalities of software development, but you need to be absolutely passionate about coding and perceive it as an art to be extremely good at it.  If you are one such person, I will introduce you to the journey of...

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Asp.Net: More about Cookies

We have seen, how our cookies looks in our last article Cookies Part 1. In this article, we will talk about their properties,limitations and technical part. Properties and Limitations Cookies are associated with website and not single pages. Cookie is stored in our system as Text File. They are stored in plain text format i.e. no encryption. Their size on disk is limited to 4096 bytes. so only identifiers and ids are stored, big...

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Asp.Net: Hidden Truth of Cookies

I know there are several articles on cookies as what are they? and how can they be created? but i always wanted to know more about them. My questions were where they are stored? how to track their expiry? If they contain user centric information then Can they be encrypted? Lets explore each of my question then we will go more into coding part of cookies. I remember the first definition of cookie that i learned “Cookie is a text file...

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C#: My experience with const keyword
Nov30

C#: My experience with const keyword

There are numerous post on internet about ‘what is const keyword in .net’ or ‘what is the difference between const keyword and read only’ and I must say many might have already mugged it up like me I can bet, many of us might not have tried some exercise to learn the real implementation or did not get caught in a situation where the learning would have come on the doorsteps by itself. I was lucky as the...

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Nullable .Net types

We declare .net types in our project daily but still we do not recollect default values for each .net type so we end up doing null check for each data type. Its a basic mistake of a developer but .net makes us intelligent with one of their operator, ‘?’ Nullable is represented by a ‘?’. Prior to that, uninitialized variables in C# is not allowed so we should know default values of .net datatypes. For value...

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