(David A. Gray) Some JSON strings need a little help fitting into a C# object.
(Grant Fritchey) A question that comes up on the forums all the time: Which query used the most CPU. You may see variations on, memory, I/O, or just resources in general.
(Gauri Mahajan) In this article we’ll review the SQL varchar data type including a basic definition and overview, differences from varchar(n), UTF-8 support, Collation, performance considerations and more.
(Marcin Policht) In recent years, Microsoft has fully embraced the open source paradigm.
(Ember Crooks) I’m a command line gal, and probably always will be. I doubt a GUI will tempt me away from the command line, though I do find myself enjoying using things like Jupyter Notebook to also access the databases I support.
(James Sinclair) Trees come up a lot in web development. As in, more than you would expect. They pop up all over the place.
(Mike) Olia recently wrote a post about how to port a WinForms app from .NET Framework to .NET Core.
(Bipin Joshi) If you worked with earlier versions of ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Core, you are probably aware that these versions use Json.NET library for the sake of JSON processing.
(Hannes DuPreez) In the first installment of this article series, “Creating a Shape Editor in .NET,” we created the framework for our drawing application.
(Krzysztof Ksiazek) HAProxy and ProxySQL are both very popular load balancers in MySQL world, but there is a significant difference between both those proxies.