Understanding and Implementing the Liskov Substitution Principle in Object-Oriented Programming

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The Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP) is a principle in object-oriented programming that states that objects of a superclass should be able to be replaced with objects of a subclass without affecting the correctness of the program. This principle is a part of the SOLID principles of object-oriented design. Here are three examples of LSP in … Read more

Mastering Event Handling in ASP.NET Web Forms: Understanding Listeners, Validation, and Delegation

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Event handling is a critical aspect of web development, and it’s important to have a good understanding of how events work in order to build robust and maintainable applications. In this conversation, we explored the concepts of event listeners in ASP.NET Web Forms, including the event handler signature, why they are declared as protected, and … Read more

Mastering Caching in ASP.NET Core: A Comprehensive Guide

Caching in ASP.NET Core

Caching is a powerful technique that can greatly improve the performance of your ASP.NET Core applications. By storing frequently accessed data in memory, caching reduces the need to retrieve the same data from a slower storage medium, such as a database or a file system. In this article, we will explore the different caching options … Read more

Ace Your Software Engineer Interview: Common Mistakes to Avoid

Software Engineer Interview

A software engineer interview is a critical step in securing a job in the tech industry. As a software engineer, you will be expected to demonstrate a high level of technical skill and knowledge. However, many candidates make the same mistakes during their interviews, which can negatively impact their chances of getting hired. In this … Read more

Design Patterns 101: Understanding the Gang of Four

Design Patterns

Design patterns are a set of best practices and solutions to common software development problems. They provide a way for developers to solve recurring problems in a consistent and efficient manner. In 1994, four software engineers, Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, and John Vlissides, collectively known as the “Gang of Four,” published a book … Read more