Over the years, I have developed a mental model on how I go about to judge whether a certain database technology is the correct one for the problem at hand. This worked well for me when I am designing systems as well as peer reviewing other technical designs. I wanted to share this here in case it helps others, while also serving my selfish need to document this somewhere.
Whiteboard-style coding interviews has a bad reputation, and within the software industry they are being perceived as "bad interview practice" in general. Despite this perception, many companies still hire software engineers through this interviewing process. Are they really that bad? Why do they exist in the way they are today? I cannot promise to give you all the answers, but will at least give you my personal view on this based on my own experience both as an interviewer and interviewee.
I am learning C++, and what better way to make the learning stick more stronger than blogging about my journey and experience, especially thinking that the barrier to entry is quite high and there is too much to learn. So, the reason that this post exists is a bit selfish, but I am hoping it will be helpful to some other folks who are going through the same struggles as I am. In this post, I will go over details of what it takes to work with dependencies in C++ and how the compilation and linking process works.
I am learning C++, and what better way to make the learning stronger than blogging about my journey and pinning down my experience. I especially think this will be really beneficial when it comes to C++, since the barrier to entry is quite high and there is too much to learn. So, the reason that this post exists is a bit selfish, but I am hoping it will be helpful to some other folks who are going through the same struggles as I am. In this post, I will go over details of the "Hello World" experience for C++, while also going a bit beyond and understanding how the build pipeline works!
Last week, I have moved all my personal compute and storage from Azure to AWS, and started managing it through terraform. While doing so, I discovered that you can actually have SSL for your web application without any additional charges when using AWS Application Load Balancer. Setting it up required a few pieces to stich together, and I wanted to share how I configured it through Terraform.
Redis is one of the good friends of a backend engineer, and its versatility and ease of use make it convenient to get started. That said, when it comes to scaling it horizontally for writes, it gets a bit more tricky with different level of trade-offs you need to make. In this post, I want to touch on the basics of Redis Cluster, out of the box solution of Redis to the gnarly write scaling problem.
Slices in Go programming language gives us greater flexibility over working with arrays, but this flexibility comes with some trade-offs. Go optimizes towards the most frequent uses cases, and you are often working with them correctly. However, in certain cases, some of the implicit hidden behaviors of Go slices can create unclear issues which can be hard to diagnose at the first place. In this post, we will go over some of the implicit behaviors while recapping how slices work in Go in general.
I stumbled upon rocketlaunchr.cloud's great post on using generics in Go 2, and the post shows how you can implement ordered maps. The post is very informative, and shows you how powerful Generics will be for Go. However, I noticed a performance issues with the implementation of Delete operation on the ordered map, which can be a significant performance hit where there is a need to store large collections while making use of the Delete operation frequently. In this post, I want to implement that part with a Doubly Linked List data structure to reduce its time complexity from O(N) to O(1).
Heap is one of the powerful data structures, which optimizes the access to minimum or maximum value within a collection. In this post, we will go over the main characteristics of the data structure itself and understand how we can make use of it with Go (Golang) programming language with the usage heap package from the base library of Go.
Understanding the intrinsic behaviors of a component your system is making use of will make you fear less about it as you will have a better understanding on what might happen under which circumstances. In this post, we will start to understand the core concepts of Kafka as well as diving deep into publishing semantics.
On my previous post, I walked through the benefits of using PostSharp for caching in a .NET Core server application, by making it work on a single node application. In this post, we will see how we can enable Redis as the caching backend through PostSharp's modular nature.
PostSharp is a .NET library which gives you ability to program in a declarative style and allows you perform many cross-cutting concerns with a minimum amount of code by abstracting away the complexity from you. In this post, I will be looking into how PostSharp helps us for caching to speed up the performance of our applications drastically.
If you have never been exposed to software system design challenges, you might be totally lost on even where to begin. Dive into this post to find out about what matters when it comes to software architecture and system design and how you can get your grip in this wide area of software engineering.
Long time ago (about 5 years, at least), I contributed an article to SignalR wiki about scaling SignalR with Redis. You can still find the article here. I also blogged about it here. However, over time, pictures got lost there. I got a few requests from my readers to refresh those images and I was luckily able to find them :) I decided to publish that article here so that I would have a much better control over the content.
A while ago, I have written up on Graphs and gave a few examples about their application for real world problems. In this post, I want to talk about one of the most common graph algorithms, Depth-first search (DFS).
Easily setting up realistic non-production (e.g. dev, test, QA, etc.) environments is really critical in order to reduce the feedback loop. In this blog post, I want to talk about how you can achieve this if your application relies on MongoDB Replica Set by showing you how to set it up with Docker for non-production environments.
I'm quite happy to tell you that I'll be speaking at SQL in the City 2017 on the 13th of December about Latest SQL Compare features and support for SQL Server 2017 with my colleague and fellow MVP, Steve Jones.
Lately, I wanted to spend a little bit time on going back to fundamental computer science concepts. I am going to start with Graphs, specifically Depth First Traversal (a.k.a. Depth First Search or DFS) and Breadth First Traversal (a.k.a Breadth First Search or BFS). However, this post is only about the definition of Graph and its application in software systems.
What does good look like for a software engineer? This is a question you might be asking frequently to yourself and I tried to share my thoughts on the topic with this blog post.
Token based authentication is a fairly common way of authenticating a user for an HTTP application. However, handling this in a load balanced environment has always involved extra caring. In this post, I will show you how this is handled in ASP.NET Core by demonstrating it with HAProxy and Redis through the help of Docker.
React and Redux has been my go-to UI tools for a while now and I wanted share the fundemental benefits of adopting this type of architecture on your web applications. This is the first part of the blog post series I will publish on this.
I want to share a few thoughts that I have been keeping to myself on showing progress for long-running asyncronous operations on a system where individual events can be sent during ongoing operations.
.NET Core Runtime RC2 has been released a few days ago along with .NET Core SDK Preview 1. At the same time of .NET Core release, ASP.NET Core RC2 has also been released. While I am migrating my projects to RC2, I wanted to write about how I am getting each stage done. In this post, I will show you the tooling aspect of the changes.
I have been using a technique to set the build version on my CI (continuous integration) system, Travis CI, based on Git tags and semantic versioning (SemVer). In this post, I want to share this with you and give you an implementation of that in Bash.
In this post, I want to tell you about node-semver, a SemVer 2.0.0 parser command-line tool and a node.js library (the one that npm uses).
Two weeks ago, I had an amazing opportunity to be at Microsoft Build Conference in San Francisco and I would like to share my experience about the conference with you in this post by highlighting what has happened and giving you my personal takeaways.
I love the feeling when I discover a tiny, hidden tool and SqlLocalDB.exe, a management utility tool for Microsoft SQL Server LocalDB which allows you to manage the LocalDB instances on your machine, is one of them. Let me show you what it is.
In this post, I want to show you how it would look like to expose ASP.NET 5 through NGINX, provide a simple load balancing mechanism running locally and orchestrate this through Docker Compose.
dotnet CLI tool can be used for building .NET Core apps and for building libraries through your development flow (compiling, NuGet package management, running, testing, etc.) on various operating systems. Today, I will be looking at this tool in Linux, specifically its native compilation feature.
I have been looking into Neo4j, a graph database, for a while and here is what impressed me the most while trying to work with it through the Neo4jClient .NET library.
I have put together a library, MongoDB.Testing, which makes it easy to stand up a MongoDB server, create a random database and clean up the resources afterwards. Here is how you can start using it.
ASP.NET 5 is full of big new features and enhancements but besides these, I am mostly impressed by little, tiny features of ASP.NET 5 Log Correlation which is provided out of the box. Let me quickly show you what it is in this post.
ANTS Performance Profiler from Redgate supports ASP.NET 5 applications running on DNX and it allows you to profile your ASP.NET 5 applications to spot performance problems in a really easy and unobtrusive way. In this blog post, I will show you how it can help you with a sample.
Wondering why IHostingEnvironment.IsDevelopment returns false even when you are on you development machine? I did indeed wonder and here is why :)
Here is a quick blog post on Elasticsearch and terms filter to achieve array contains search with terms filter
I have been also looking into Docker for a while now. In this post, I am planning to cover what made me love Docker and where it shines for me.
Last Friday, I was at Progressive .NET Tutorials 2015 in London and I gave two talks on ASP.NET 5. Here are the recording videos and slides of my two ASP.NET 5 talks!
Yesterday, I was at /dev/summer 2015, Cambridge and gave a talk on DLM (Database Lifecycle Management). I have uploaded the slides under my Speakerdeck account.
Today is one of those awesome days if you build stuff on .NET platform. They announced bunch of stuff during Build 2015 keynote and one of them is Visual Studio Code, a free and stripped down version of Visual Studio which works on Mac OS X, Linux and Windows. Let me give you my highlights in this short blog post :)
In this very exciting post, I would like to talk about build only dependencies whose code can be compiled into target project and the dependency won’t be shown as a dependency.
ASP.NET 5 application has totally a different directory structure when you try to publish it and it wasn't clear for me how Azure Web Apps is actually able to host an ASP.NET 5 application. If you are confused on this as well, the answer is here.
In this post, I will go through how you can use SQL Release Octopus Deploy step templates to make the Octopus Deploy Integration of SQL Release easier by going through one of the deployment flows.
Let me show you how to compile a piece of C# code into memory and execute it with Roslyn. It is super easy if you believe it or not :)
It's so easy to end up with git commit history which looks like London tube map. Let's see how we end up with those big, ugly, meaningless commit histories and how to prevent having one.
This is a brain dump blog post which I usually don't do but I needed to get this out of my chest. Restaurants and software applications have some common characteristics in terms of how they need to work and this post highlights some of them.
Reasons on why I prefer dependency injection over static accessors.
One of the new features of the Roslyn based code editor is Quick Actions. Let's see how you can use Ctlr+Enter, Enter combination instead of Ctrl+., Enter :)
From the very first day of ASP.NET vNext, per request dependencies feature is a first class citizen inside the pipeline. In this post, I'd like to show you how you can use this feature inside your middlewares.
I was wondering about how to get client’s IP address inside an ASP.NET vNext web application. It’s a little tricky than it should be but I finally figured it out :)
I was at Microsoft Turkey office yesterday and I gave a presentation on ASP.NET Web API and SignalR in context of this year’s MSP Kickoff. This post covers where you can reach out to presentation slides, recording and several relevant links.
This short blog posts shows you a way of combining bootswatch and gulp together to have an easily useable theme switching support for your web application.
Wanna see ASP.NET vNext and Gulp working together? You are at the right place :) Let's have look at gulp-aspnet-k, a little plugin that I have created for ASP.NET vNext gulp integration.
A few days ago, I started a new blog post series about ASP.NET vNext. Today, I would like to talk about something which is MVC specific and takes one of our pains away: view components :)
Visual Studio CTP 3 has launched a while back and I was expecting to have trouble working with ASP.NET vNext beta builds. I was partially right. I wasn’t able to run the web application from Visual Studio. However, it’s still possible to debug the application and I have a workaround for you :)
As of today, I am starting a new blog post series about ASP.NET vNext. To kick things off, I would like to lay out the resources about ASP.NET vNext here which is probably going to be an ultimate guide on ASP.NET vNext.
In this post, I'll walk you through how you can set up your environment from scratch to get going with ASP.NET vNext.
Yesterday, I was looking for something to have a really quick test space on my machine to play with AngularJS and I found http-server: a simple zero-configuration command-line http server.
So, I have been having my way with Elasticsearch for a few weeks now and it's time for me to blog about it :) In this post, I will only highlight a few things here which were useful to me at the beginning.
Starting from version 3.0 of the emulator, a few things have changed and lots of people are not aware of this. When you launch the Storage Emulator now, you will see a command prompt pop up. I wanted to write this short blog post to just to give you a head start.
Microsoft Azure team released Azure Search as a preview product a few days ago, an hosted search service solution by Microsoft. Azure Search is a suitable product if you are dealing with high volume of data (millions of records) and want to have efficient, complex and clever search on those chunk of data. In this post, I will try to lay out some fundamentals about this service with a very high level introduction.
In context of Microsoft Turkey Summer School 2014, I had a chance to give a talk on ASP.NET Web API and ASP.NET SignalR a few days ago at Microsoft Turkey Office. Here is the slides, recording video and references from the talk.
Downloading large files with HttpClient and you see that it takes lots of memory space? This post is probably for you. Let's see how to efficiently streaming large HTTP responses with HttpClient.
My MongoDb journey continues :) and I had my first attempt to put a username and password protection against a MongoDB instance. It went OK besides some hiccups along the way :) Let's see what I did.
Couple of weeks ago, one of my former coworkers ran across a very weird problem when he was prototyping on some of his ideas with ASP.NET Web API: No HTTP resource was found that matches the request URI. Let's see what this issue was all about and what is the solution.
After working with RavenDB over the year, I just started looking into MongoDB. I worked with MongoDB a year ago or so in a small project but my knowledge was mostly rusty and I don't want that to happen again :) So, here I'm, documenting what my second thoughts are :)
In my previous post, I emphasized a few important facts on my journey of building an OAuth authorization server. As great people say: "Talk is cheap. Show me the code." It is exactly what I'm trying to do in this blog post. Also, this post is the first one in the "Simple OAuth Server" series.
Securing our HTTP API endpoints are one of the biggest challenges we face when writing so-called modern applications and this is where the OAuth 2.0 enters. In this post, I will highlight the things that I have found vital for the last couple of months when I have been working on an OAuth 2.0 Server implementation in .NET Framework.
Task class has a static method called FromResult which returns an already completed (at the RanToCompletion status) Task object. I have seen a few developers "await"ing on Task.FromResult method call and this clearly indicates that there is a misunderstanding here. I'm hoping to clear the air a bit with this post.
When we have uncorrelated multiple I/O operations that need to be kicked off, we have quite a few ways to fire them off and which way you choose makes a great amount of difference on a .NET server side application. In this post, we will see how we can handle the different approaches in ASP.NET Web API.
A while back, ASP.NET team has introduced ASP.NET Identity, a membership system for ASP.NET applications. Today, I'm introducing you its RavenDB implementation: AspNet.Identity.RavenDB.
One of the missing pieces of the Windows Azure story is within our reach now! A few days ago Azure folks have released Windows Azure .NET Management Client Libraries
I've recorded a short video which covers the brief introduction of OWIN and Project Katana. That short video will give you an idea about OWIN and Project Katana.
This post will show you how to you can replace the default server of OwinHost.exe with Nowin in Visual Studio 2013
Today, I am very proud to say that Pro ASP.NET Web API Book is now shipped and available on Amazon for paperback sales :)
Microsoft implementation of OWIN (Microsoft.Owin or Katana for now) has a great logging infrastructure and this post will walk you through the basics of this component.
With Visual Studio 2013 RC, we are introduced to a new extensiblity point: External Host. This gives us the F5 experience Wwth OwinHost.exe on VS 2013 and this post walks you through this feature.
Owin.Dependencies is an IoC container adapter into OWIN pipeline. This post will walk you through the Autofac IoC container implementation and ASP.NET Web API framework adapter for OWIN dependencies.
I was at Microsoft's Turkey headquarters giving talks on Microsoft Web Stack for Microsoft Summer School and here are presentation samples and links for .NET Web Stack
Yesterday, I ran into a Turkish I problem on RavenDB and here is how I solved It with a custom Lucene analyzer
Learn how easy to scale out SignalR with a Redis backplane and simulate a local web farm scenario with IIS Express
Removing a Windows Azure Virtual Machine doesn't remove everything for you. This post is all about cleaning up with PowerShell after removing a Windows Azure VM
A few days ago, I presented on a webcast about ASP.NET SignalR and real-time web application scenarios in Turkish and its recording is now available.
Global Windows Azure Bootcamp will be happening on the 27th of April, 2013 all over the World and Microsoft Istanbul office will also be hosting one of these events.
Autofac, an awesome IoC container for .NET platform, has an out of the box generic service registration feature which we will quickly cover in this blog post.
This post explains the concerns behind the hierarchical resource structure in ASP.NET Web API such as routing, authorization and ownership.
This post walks you through on how you can install hub extension for Git (by defunkt) on Windows to work with GitHub more efficiently.
If you enabled tracing on your ASP.NET Web API application, you may see a dispose issue for IDependencyScope. Here is why and how you can workaround it.
With the new release of the GenericRepository.EntityFramework package, we now have clean, better and sexier generic repository implementation for Entity Framework. Enjoy!
This weekend, I participated in an event as a speaker in Izmir, DEU Bilgisayar Topluluğu Izmir 2. Teknoloji Zirvesi. Sides and Source Code for my sessions are available.
I listed some resources on asynchronous programming for .NET server applications with C# which consist of blog posts, presentations and podcasts.
DEU Bilgisayar Topluluğu Izmir 2. Teknoloji Zirvesi: if you are in Izmir this weekend (5 – 6 January, 2013), don’t miss this event.
One of the common questions about SignalR is how to broadcast a message to specific users and the mapping the SignalR connections to your real application users is the key component for this.
We wanted to give you an early glimpse on the Pro ASP.NET Web API's sample application(PingYourPackage) and its source code is now up on GitHub.
SiganlR - Real-time Web Applications webcast recording (in Turkish) is available. The video is available on NedirTV and Vimeo.
Advanced ASP.NET Web API Webcast Offline Recording (In Turkish) is Available
We will see how to smoothly work with IIS Express Self-signed Certificate, ASP.NET Web API and HttpClient by placing the self-signed certificate in the Trusted Root CA store.
One of the common misconceptions about ASP.NET Web API is that it is being built on top of ASP.NET MVC. Today, I am going to break it!
Two days ago, I blogged about the availability of the Pro ASP.NET Web API Book through Apress Alpha Program. Today, the Pro ASP.NET Web API book is now available on Amazon for pre-order
I am proud to announce that the Pro ASP.NET Web API book is available through Apress Alpha Program and you can get access to the early bits and completed chapters now.
In this post, we will see how ComplexTypeAwareActionSelector behaves under the covers to involve complex type action parameters during the action selection process.
We will see how to make complex type action parameters play nice with controller action selection in ASP.NET Web API by using ComplexTypeAwareActionSelector from WebAPIDoodle NuGet package.
How to use complex type action parameters in ASP.NET Web API and involve them inside the controller action selection logic
Writing asynchronous .NET Client libraries for your HTTP API and using asynchronous language features (aka async/await) and some deadlock issue you might face.
Script Out Everything - Initialize Your Windows Azure VM for Your Web Server with IIS, Web Deploy and Other Stuff
How to handle ModelState Validation errors in ASP.NET Web API with an Action Filter and HttpError object
How to most efficiently deal with asynchrony inside ASP.NET Web API HTTP Message Handlers with TaskHelpers NuGet package or C# 5.0 asynchronous language features
Gleen Block explains why we need ASP.NET Web API when we already have ASP.NET MVC and what can we achieve with ASP.NET Web API
How to consume a streaming endpoint with new .NET System.Net.Http.HttpClient and the role of HttpCompletionOption.ResponseHeadersRead
How to disposing resources at the end of the request lifecycle in ASP.NET Web API with the RegisterForDispose extension method for the HttpRequestMessage class
I just committed my first contribution to SignalR project: SignalR with Redis Running on a Windows Azure Virtual Machine. Enjoy :)
In this post we will see how run the Content Negotiation (Conneg) manually in an ASP.NET Web API easily.
Couple of days ago, @AlexZeitler has launched WebAPIBloggers web site which aggregates the blog posts of several bloggers who write about ASP.NET Web API.
Let's see how we can end up with a deadlock using the C# 5.0 asynchronous language features (AKA async/await) in our ASP.NET applications and how to prevent these kinds of scenarios.
I started to use Windows Server AppFabric for its distributed caching feature and I wanted to take a note of the useful PowerShell commands to manage the service configuration and administration.
One of the missing feature of .NET framework was a support for Zip file manipulation. In .NET 4.5, we have an extensive support for manipulating zip archives.
Quick Overview of Code-Named "Juneau" SQL Server Database Project which is one of the most awesome features of Visual Studio 11 beta
Couple of days ago I came across that GitHub offers Educational Accounts for academic people (student, teacher, etc.) and that covers free micro plan for students for 2 years.
In this post, we will see how to create a custom CSVMediaTypeFormatter in ASP.NET Web API for comma-separated values (CSV) format
We will see how we can involve action selection process in ASP.NET MVC with ActionNameSelectorAttribute with a real world use case scenario.
Entity Framework DbContext Generic Repository Implementation v0.2.1 has been released and pushed to Nuget live feed PM> Install-Package GenericRepository.EF
We will see how API key authorization (verification) through query string would be implemented In ASP.NET Web API AuthorizationFilterAttribute
In this post, we will create RouteDataMapping. This custom MediaTypeMapping will allow us to involve the decision-making process about the response format according to RouteData values.
We will see how Content-Negotiation (Conneg) Algorithm works on ASP.NET Web API with MediaTypeFormatters and MediaTypeMappings
In this post, you can make Autofac work with ASP.NET Web API System.Web.Http.Services.IDependencyResolver. Solution to the 'controller has no parameterless public constructor' error.
I'm trying to show you what new C# 5.0 can bring us in terms of asynchronous programming with await keyword. Especially on ASP.NET MVC 4 Web Applications.
I would like to point you those resources (Tutorials, Videos, Samples) in order to get started with ASP.NET Web API.
I am telling you my story of seeing a company which has high level cheapness at their core and trying to explain why I think this way
Deploying a Web Role with HTTPS Endpoint enabled with Self-Signed Certificate and a annoying problem of HTTPS input endpoint does not contain private key
This blog post provides a Windows Azure Blob Storage example which walks you through on how to use Blob Storage service with ASP.NET MVC.
This is the #2 of the series of blog posts which is about some core scenarios on ASP.NET MVC: A Way of Working with Html Select Element (AKA DropDownList) In ASP.NET MVC
Do you use Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview and miss your extensions? Well, I do! Especially, ADO.NET C# DbContext Generator. We'll see how to make them compatible with Visual Studio 11 Dev. Preview
See how WCF Web API Plays Nice With ELMAH. This blog post is a Quick introduction to WCF Web API HttpErrorHandler
This blog post will give you an introduction to WCF Web API and show you how to get started with WCF Web API along with Dependency Inject support with Ninject.
This post shows the implementation of ASP.NET MVC Remote Validation for multiple fields with AdditionalFields property and we will validate the uniqueness of a product name under a chosen category.
This blog post will walk you through on implementation and usage of ASP.NET MVC Remote Validation. As a sample, we will validate the availability of the username for membership registration.
In this blog post, we will see how we set up our environment for xUnit.net Unit Testing Framework. This is the first blog post of the blog post series on Unit Testing With xUnit.net for ASP.NET MVC.
We will see How to detect errors of our ASP.NET MVC views on compile time inside Visual Studio.
One of the aspect of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is canonicalization. In this blog post, we will see how easy to work with IIS Rewrite Module in order to remove evil trailing slash from our URLs
In this post, we'll see how easy to work with JQuery AJAX API on ASP.NET MVC and how we make use of Partial Views to transfer chunk of html from server to client with a toggle button example.
In this blog post we will see how to consume a web page methods using JQuery on ASP.NET Web Forms and use ASP.NET page methods as services. You will find some cool stuff about other things as well :)
Couple of days ago I took the Exam 70-515, TS: Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and I am gonna walk you through it in this post
Scott Hanselman is one of the coolest tech guys in Microsoft and in this post I am trying to find the facts about him. Ready? Then let's rumble !
This awesome blog post will demonstrate how to create a complete, sub-grouped product list in a single grid. Get ready for the awesomeness...
In this blog post, we will see how to handle multiple checkboxes inside a controller in ASP.NET MVC. We will demonstrate a sample in order to delete multiple records from database.
In this blog post, we will see how ClientIDMode property of Web Controls makes our lives easier. Also, we will demonstrate couple of scenarios on how it works...
Have you ever used 'MSDeploy' inside Visual Studio 2010 and wished a nice process bar while publishing a web application? There is even a better way!
Solution to an annoying error message! You are getting 'Could not write to output file 'c:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\....' message? You are at the right place.
In this blog post, we will see how to run ASP.NET MVC application under IIS 6.0 and IIS 7.0 classic mode with some configurations on IIS and Global.asax file...
SQL Injection and Lethal Injection... They are both dangerous and they can be easily fatal. But how? What is SQL Injection and how it can effect my project? The answers are in this blog post.
After the release of ASP.Net MVC RC 2, we are now waiting for the RTM release but some of us wanna use RC 2 already... But how to deploy it on a shared hosting acount is the mind-exploding problem...
This is the first post of Torism Business articles series... I thought that the history of tourism is the first thing to know and understand so that we could see the future of tourism clearly
Recently, I have been playing around with MVC a lot and I decided to use the latest MVC tecnology on my web site...
I assume that some of you folks have tried that in your ASP.Net MVC applications and try to figure out why it doesn't work. Well, I have figured it out...
Most of the Asp.Net developers are using Membership class of Asp.Net and in this blog post we will see how to send e-mail to all of the membership users at once...
Currently I am working on an ASP.Net MVC project which will be a blog spot for tourism professionals. If all goes as planned, it will be online at the beginning of new year !
You created a cookie on you asp.net forms application now you would like to delete it. This quick article show how to do the trick...
Finally, UNWTO has released UNWTO Tourism Highlights 2010 Edition. For tourism expertx and students it is a great source of facts and figures...
On the 17th of Sepetember in 2010, Microsoft released a advisory for a very serious ASP.NET vulnerability which will cause to view data, such as the View State
Microsoft has realised that Internet Explorer 8 is so cumbersome and version 9 Beta has been releised yesterday...
For over a year, Umit Ilhan has been working on his website. Today, finally it has come to fruition !
Dexter fans has waited for a long time for the season 5 premier and now Dexter Season 5 Trailer is released ! Watch Dexter Season 5 Trailer Now on Showtime !
Country DropDownList for Asp.NET developers ! Save a lot of time by copying and pasting this code to your application for a country dropdownlist. Do not create it from scratch :)
In terms of its geographical location, Turkey has been being centre of travelers for ages. In this post, I tried to lay out the tourism history of turkey...
Under this article, you will find some useful terms which are used in toursim industry, especially in Cogress Toursim. Tourism Glossary / Tourism Dictionary...
Annually published UNWTO Tourism Highlights last edition has been released on the 27th September in 2009.
This article on Congress Tousrism is Written By Tugberk Ugurlu In 2008 for the project assignment of Tourism And Environment Lecture at Mugla University In 2008
In this mini article, you will find the Comprehensive, Exact Definition Of Tourist !
After you read this article, you will be able to use the 'Switch Case' Function on your C# Projects. This function becomes so handy with DropDownList & RadioButtonList !
This article will give you an idea to validate a checkbox in ASP.Net 3.5 ! It is so easy to implement and so handy to use !
After this article, you'll have an idea on definition of tourism. Also the article includes the UNWTO definition of tourism.
ASP.Net Chart Control On Shared Hosting Envronment (Parser Error) - Deployment of Chart Controls On Shared Hosting Environment Properly...
This article give you an idea about conditional formating function of Microsoft Excel...