Below is a very interesting example of how to interact when solving a problem during a coding interview. Think loud. Clearly. Ask for clarifications. Talk before you write. Think about different solutions. Best case scenario. Worst case. Edge cases. Test your solution in real time.
“AWS Lambda is a compute service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. AWS Lambda executes your code only when needed and scales automatically, from a few requests per day to thousands per second. You pay only for the compute time you consume – there is no charge when your code is […]
Nov 16 – 18 is seeing Microsoft ConnectLive event being streamed. Catch the videos by clicking the picture below.
We are in the bot era. Many great companies are offering a variety of platforms to help developers provide great user experiences using bots. Check the Microsoft bot framework here. If you are a C# coder, you can use Microsoft Bot Builder for C# “for constructing bots that can handle both freeform interactions and more […]
Below is good Pluralsight crash course for beginers about Asynchronous programming in .NET. It starts by explaining the differences between parallel and asynchronous programming, dives into the Task Parallel Library and presents the Async/Await paradigm. Click the picture or the link below to access the course. Course link accessible here too.
Object-Oriented Programming has brought lot of very interesting discussions over the years. One of them is about deciding when one should use inheritance, or composition. I read a pretty nice article about it recently. Here is how the article ends: Inheritance should only be used when: Both classes are in the same logical domain The […]