Hello, world!

You are probably wondering what is this website all about. Well, from time to time I get some awesome ideas how to solve problems in software.
As everyone else, I am getting older and tending to forget stuff :), so I decided to write them down here.

I am trying to categorize or tag all articles , but they are probably stuff that you might run into while you are developing software, so here you go. Free and completely with no charge, hopefully some of these stuff will help you solve the problem or they even might work about of the box for you.

Enjoy

Migrate stored procedures across databases

Copy stored procedure from one database to another with T-SQL
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When working on an app you create all your stored procedures, functions, tables, view and other objects in a development database (or t least it should be like that). A small but annoying problem occurs when you have to migrate your stored procedures to test or production database. Imagine during development you had let's say 20 stored procedures ... read more

Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) quick start

Introducing MEF with simple code example application
 
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Managed Extensibility Framework or MEF is a library introduced in .NET Framework 4 which allows developers to easily create plugin based applications. It lives in System.ComponentModel.Composition namespace and before start working with MEF reference to this assembly needs to be added in a project.It is basically an implementation of IoC (Inversion of Control) pattern with few core functionalities such as assembly loading ... read more

ConcurrentDictionary vs Hashtable.Synchronized

Comparison of collections in multithread environment
 
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Basically all Dictionary collections in .NET internally implement Hashtable wrapped, so in terms of mechanism they are pretty much the same. The difference is that Dictionary exposes strong types while Hashtable uses object-object keyvalue pair which is much harder to work with because you need to know what is the actual type of the object stored in a key or value. Often casting will probably be required ... read more

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