.NET Framework Notes for Professionals book

.NET Framework Notes for Professionals book
  • Getting started with .NET Framework
  • Strings
  • DateTime parsing
  • Dictionaries
  • Collections
  • ReadOnlyCollections
  • Stack and Heap
  • LINQ
  • ForEach
  • Reflection
  • Expression Trees
  • Custom Types
  • Code Contracts
  • Settings
  • Regular Expressions (System.Text.RegularExpressions)
  • File Input/Output
  • System.IO
  • System.IO.File class
  • Reading and writing Zip files
  • Managed Extensibility Framework
  • SpeechRecognitionEngine class to recognize speech
  • System.Runtime.Caching.MemoryCache (ObjectCache)
  • System.Reflection.Emit namespace
  • .NET Core
  • ADO.NET
  • Dependency Injection
  • Platform Invoke
  • NuGet packaging system
  • Globalization in ASP.NET MVC using Smart internationalization for ASP.NET
  • System.Net.Mail
  • Using Progress<T> and IProgress<T>
  • JSON Serialization
  • JSON in .NET with Newtonsoft.Json
  • XmlSerializer
  • VB Forms
  • JIT compiler
  • CLR
  • TPL Dataflow
  • Threading
  • Process and Thread affinity setting
  • Parallel processing using .Net framework
  • Task Parallel Library (TPL)
  • Task Parallel Library (TPL) API Overviews
  • Synchronization Contexts
  • Memory management
  • Garbage Collection
  • Exceptions
  • System.Diagnostics
  • Encryption / Cryptography
  • Work with SHA1 in C#
  • Unit testing
  • Write to and read from StdErr stream
  • Upload file and POST data to webserver
  • Networking
  • HTTP servers
  • HTTP clients
  • Serial Ports
  • Acronym Glossary

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192 pages, published on June 2018

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