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Edulinq an excellent LINQ+TDD guide
Recently I stumbled across a question on about Edulinq. Its a series of blog posts turned at the end into a free eBook. Downloaded to my eBook reader and had a lot of fun in subway. There where not to much to discover inside of LINQ for me, but it could help a novice to understand the LINQ “magic” and use it efficiently. Another very important point for me was the test driven approach. You could take this book as a guide for test driven design and development. Reading this book ......

Posted On Monday, August 8, 2011 10:03 PM

Why .NET LinkedList does not support Concat and Split operations?
Why .NET LinkedList does not support Concat and Split operations? Download SimpleLinkedList source code Concat O(1) or O(n) ? The .NET LinkedList is a circular doubly linked list, where each node holds a reference to its previous and next nodes. The last node’s next is the head node and the head node’s previous is the last one. Linked lists are attractive because of O(1) insertion and removal operations. Instead of shifting elements in array you just chain nodes in appropriate order and that’s it. ......

Posted On Monday, July 18, 2011 12:55 AM

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