A lot of developers have the wrong ideas about async code and multi-threading and how it all works, or how to use it. Here, you'll learn the differences between the two concepts and implement each one in C#.
Does the idea of dealing with bits scare or confuse you? Does it seem like a waste of time in an age where we all have terabytes of storage? If so, you're missing out on one of the core tools in every professional programmer's toolbox. Learn how to do amazing, modern things with bits!
There have been many questions here at Experts Exchange along the lines of, "How can I tell the type of file from its contents?", as well as, "What kind of file has the XXX extension?" Sometimes the situation is that a file does not even have an extension. This article addresses those issues.
The .NET Framework is not specific to any one programming language; rather, it includes a library of functions that allows developers to rapidly build applications. Several supported languages include C#, VB.NET, C++ or ASP.NET.