Generate POCO for Database Tables Using T4 Template

Posted on Mon 12 May 2014 in Developer • Tagged with poco, t4, dotNET, C#Leave a comment

If you are using Micro-ORM which doesn’t have fancy UI that generate your data model for you, or you want a free tool to generate POCO classes for you, I’ve got a solution for you. Personally I prefer using T4 template that PetaPoco provides, so let’s see ...

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Book Review: Windows PowerShell 4.0 for .NET Developers

Posted on Wed 30 April 2014 in Review • Tagged with book, bookreview, dotNet, powershellLeave a comment

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My academic colleague Sherif Talaat released his second book Windows PowerShell 4.0 for .NET Developers which is filling the gap between .NET Developers and Administration tool like Windows PowerShell, before reading this book I was having small information about PowerShell and I didn’t know it’ll help me ...

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.NET Developer Comfort Zone

Posted on Mon 17 March 2014 in developer • Tagged with developer, development, dotNetLeave a comment

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I’m a .NET developer and to be specific I’m a web developer who use .NET framework and .NET stack to create web application (Web App), and nowadays I’m learning ASP.NET MVC to move from WebForms world to MVC world, but in future I’m planning to ...

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Storing password in plain text, you’re doing it wrong

Posted on Wed 06 March 2013 in ASP.NET • Tagged with security, dotNet, CsharpLeave a comment

Hacking for password

If you’re software developer then there is big chance you’ll implement user login feature, and you must store the username and password in your system. Most of developers stored these precious information in database as plain text, yes we did include myself I was doing it wrong, and ...

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