Tag Archives: c#

What developers need to know today

That is, what does a developer who has been working with .NET for the last few years need to know in order to get past an interview. (Recently I have been on the hiring side in interviews) Basic skills If in an interview you rate yourself a 7 out of 10 in your knowledge of c#. I would… Read More »

ASP.NET Web API – Returning javascript friendly (camelcase) json in two lines of code

Naming conventions of properties defer slightly in .NET and JavaScript. .NET uses pascal-case and JavaScript uses camel-case. When developing a .NET API all the public properties should use the naming convention pascal-case. However if the service is consumed as an API with a JavaScript client then the json returned should be camel-case. Now you could go and add the… Read More »

.Net Basics – Parameter Referencing

As a developer who thinks in C# but who works with VB from time to time, I tend not define if a parameter is ByRef or ByVal unless I have to. I have also at times needed to describe why an application wasn’t breaking when I was assigning a value to an object’s property in a called function… Read More »