Sunday, 18 May 2014
This part of the article series will focus more on run time polymorphism also called late binding. We’ll use the same technique of learning, less theory and more hands-on. We’ll take small code snippets to learn the concept more deeply. To master this concept is like learning more than 50% of OOP.
Friday, 16 May 2014
In our first part of the article, we learned about different scenarios of method overloading and did lots of interesting hands on too. My article in the second part of the series will focus solely on inheritance concept in OOP. Let’s define Inheritance using some bullet points:
Sunday, 11 May 2014
I have been writing a lot about advanced topics like MVC, Entity Framework, Repository Patterns etc, my priority always remains to cover the topic as a whole, so that a reader does not have to search for missing links anywhere else. This article will cover almost every OOPS concept that a novice/beginner developer may hunt for, and not only beginners, the article’s purpose is to be helpful to experienced professionals who may need to brush-up on their concepts or who prepare for interviews.
I will take the topics in a manner that we cover them in a simple, straightforward way giving code snippets as example wherever needed. We’ll take C# as our programming language throughout our readings.
We’ll play with tricky questions and not go for enough theory. For theory you can refer MSDN.