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Saturday 13, May 2017
Often I need to either setup a project for Git or use an existing Git project locally. Here are the steps to do both.

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Monday 20, March 2017
Till last week I believed TDD (Test Driven Development) to be at best - a fashionable way to write code and at worst

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Friday 30, December 2016
A quick introduction to Windows 2016 containers using Docker

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Thursday 29, December 2016
A quick introduction to Windows 2016 containers using Docker

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Tuesday 11, October 2016
It's not everyday I need to store hierarchical data in SQL tables but when I do, the usual self-join on a table works out fine.

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Friday 05, February 2016
A quick overview of OData v4 - CRUD and filters.

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Tuesday 25, August 2015
What I am going to do here is create a simple HelloWorld application with a few lines which get logged using Apache-commons logging facade and Log4J providing the actual logging implementation.

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Sunday 22, February 2015
ASP.NET MVC provides a simple and effective means to stop cross-site-request-forgery attack. However this scheme is available only for form data submissions. The purpose of this article is to create an authorization attribute which protects against cross-site request forgery for JSON like requests.

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Monday 16, February 2015
ASP.NET MVC5 has great support for input validation. There are two main approaches, lets see how these work in this article.

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Sunday 15, February 2015
One can't stop loving model binding in ASP.NET MVC. It simplifies so many things. There are some tricky areas though one of which is using checkboxes. In this post, I'll try to explain how I have used them.

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Tuesday 10, February 2015
Here is an easy way to find stored procedures containing a particular string

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Thursday 19, June 2014
To debug the android device changes will have to be made both on the Android device side as well as the Windows PC side.

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Sunday 05, May 2013
ORM (object relation mapping) libraries have been around since a long time. Ever since my first job, converting relational data to classes and back has been part of everyday life.

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Saturday 26, May 2012
I decided to try one more framework before giving up – this is when I chanced upon a relatively new framework on the block called Yii.

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