DotNet FrameWork – Dot Net Basics Complete Series Reference – Day 0 of 30

30 March 30, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What actually happens when you add something to an arraylistcollection – How Boxing and unboxing occures in memory – Why only boxed types can be unboxed – Day 30 of 30
29 March 29, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What is the purpose of XML Namespaces – difference between MetaData and Manifest – What is the use of Internal keyword – Day 29 of 30
28 March 28, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What is the difference between typeof(foo) and myFoo.GetType() – Day 28 of 30
27 March 27, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – difference between Finalize() and Dispose() – How is the using() pattern useful – What is Program Database (PDB) – Day 27 of 30
26 March 26, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – ASP.NET Web Services vs. .NET Remoting – Security – Asssembly Qualified Name – Day 26 of 30
25 March 25, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – what an Interface is and how it’s different from a Class – difference between XML Web Services using ASMX and .NET Remoting using SOAP – Serialization and Metadata – Day 25 of 30
24 March 24, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What is PID – What is GAC – Day 24 of 30
23 March 23, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – Managed and Unmanaged Code – multicast delegates – Describe the difference between a Thread and a Process – Day 23 of 30
22 March 22, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – Resource Files – Dispose and Finallize method – encapsulation – What is inline schema, how does it work – Day 22 of 30
21 March 21, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – Check Posting of Page – system.xml Namesapce – Multiple Inheritance – Managed and Unmanaged Code – Globalization and Localization – Day 21 of 30
20 March 20, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – JIT Compilers – Tracing Methods – Debuggind Mode – Day 20 of 30
19 March 19, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – Shared Assemblies – Global Assembly – MSIL – Day 19 of 30
18 March 18, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What is the difference between structures and enumeration, What is a namespace – Day 18 of 30
17 March 17, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What Is Boxing And Unboxing,Value Type and Reference Type – Day 17 of 30
16 March 16, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What is Manifest,Metadata,Delegates,Virtual Keyword,class access modifiers – Day 16 of 30
15 March 15, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What are the types of assemblies – Day 15 of 30
14 March 14, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What is an Assembly – Day 14 of 30
13 March 13, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What is GUID(Globally Unique Identifier) , why we use it and where – Day 13 of 30
12 March 12, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What are the Main Features of .NET platform – Day 12 of 30
11 March 11, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – Client device independence and basics – Day 11 of 30
10 March 10, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – What is a Formatter – Vendor Neuteality – Interoperability and Web Services – Day 10 of 30
9 March 9, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – Can Private class-level variables be inherited – Protected Internal – Can you write a class without specifying namespace – Day 9 of 30
8 March 8, 2011 DotNet FrameWork– Difference between Overriding and Overloading – Virtual Meaning – Can we Inherit Multiple Interfaces – Difference between Interface and Abstract Class – Day 8 of 30
7 March 7, 2011 DotNet FrameWork– What is DLL Hell –Deploy Assembly – Satellite Assembly – assert() – multiple Inheritance – Day 7 of 30
6 March 6, 2011 DotNet FrameWork– Dot Net Basics – Day 6 of 30
5 March 5, 2011 DotNet FrameWork– What is JIT How it works –Portable Execute – Strong Name – Global Assembly Cache – Difference B/W constants,ReadOnly and Static– Shared and Public Assembly – Types of Authentication –Difference Between Struct and Class – Day 5 of 30
4 March 4, 2011 DotNet FrameWork– difference between Finalize and Dispose (Garbage collection) – Partial Assembly References– Reflection – Basics Day 4 of 30
3 March 3, 2011 DotNet FrameWork–Managed Means–Managed Data– Reflection – Basics Day 3 of 30
2 March 2, 2011 DotNet FrameWork – Basics Day 2 of 30
1 March 1,2011 DotNet FrameWork – Basics Day 1 of 30

Reference : Dilip Kumar Jena ( https://mstechexplore.wordpress.com )

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27 thoughts on “DotNet FrameWork – Dot Net Basics Complete Series Reference – Day 0 of 30

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