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Extension Methods Guidelines in C# .NET

Extension methods are awesome, right? They are probably most widely used in the LINQ feature. But when should we use them? And when shouldn’t we? Let’s talk guidelines.

Cache implementations c# .NET

Cache Implementations in C# .NET

One of the most commonly used patterns in software development is Caching. It’s a simple, yet extremely effective concept. The idea is reuse of results. When performing a heavy operation, we will save the result in said cache

C# application hang

7 Debugging Techniques for when your .NET application Freezes (hangs)

How many times did you use a desktop application to end up with a frozen unresponsive window? This article is about what we are to do when our .NET application freezes. We’re going to explore tools and debugging techniques to see where the program is stuck and to find the core cause of the issue.

Reasons for memory leaks in .NET

8 Ways You can Cause Memory Leaks in .NET

Memory leaks are sneakily bad creatures. It’s easy to ignore them for a very long time, while they slowly destroy the application. With memory leaks, your memory consumption grows, creating GC pressure and performance problems. Finally, the program will just crash on an out-of-memory exception.

How to implement a Queue in C# .NET

C# Job Queue Implementations in Depth – Part 1

One of the most powerful tools in programming is the Job Queue. It’s a simple concept that stands in the core of many software solutions. It’s also a pretty interesting programming challenge, especially in a versatile language like C#.