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What is this web blog all about?

This website is a sort of my personal knowledge base which I want to share with the rest of the Internet community. All the interesting things that I learned and discovered during my work on different applications I'm publishing on this website so I can re-use them later when I need them, but at the same time to share them with the people who might deal with something the same or something very similar during software development...

Serialize DataTable to JSON with just few lines of code

Generate JSON string from DataTable in C#
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Although JSON is widely used as a format for sharing the data, there are still existing solutions or modules that still rely on ADO and DataTables. Even today it very common to see some piece of code which deals with DataTable or DataReader for the performance reasons. In the end if any of the ADO objects needs to be exposed as a JSON string you have to write your own serialization code. ... read more

Resize image on the client side with JQuery

Reducing the upload sie by resizing image on the client side
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Image resizing is considered as a server side operation as JavaScript and HTML were not so sophisticated and HTML5 support was not widely adopted for quite some time. even now, some features are not equally supported by all major browsers. Anyhow, HTML5 is here to stay and over time we will get more and more features supported by all browsers. ... read more

SqlBulkCopy with model classes in C#

Use SqlBulkCopy with model (POCO) classes in C#
 
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So far (based on my experience) the fastest way to insert big number of records from application to database is to use SqlBulkCopy. The downsize of this is that SqlBulkCopy uses DataTable instace as an input parameter which is not so convenient when dealing with models which are strongly typed and a lot more easy to use than iterating through the DataTable ... read more

JQuery & JavaScript

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Umbraco CMS

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C# & ASP.NET

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SQL/T-SQL

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