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New Blog - C #
Published: Dec 02, 2021
Throughout my career I have spent a lot of time with C# in different guises. For example, I troubleshoot SQL Server issues by tracking C# applications which reference it, and I have written this website in C# asp.net (yes, I'm informed that MVC is better but I needed a website and wanted to stick to what I know).

It was in the latest re-working of my website that I realised I wished I had noted down a lot of the things I've learnt along the way and, with that in mind, I decided now was the time to expand my blog to encompass other areas.

At this point I should clarify that I am NOT turning my back on SQL Server, neither will I be letting that blog slide. My focus is still on SQL Server but I seem to find more and more occasions when C# pokes its head above the parapet and I end up thinking "I remember this... but how did I do it". Hence this is basically going to be my own personal crib sheet and, with any luck, it may help some you in your SQL travels if you ever need to understand or write any basic C# yourself.

It will also be a little scatter gun rather than a pure guide as to how to get started and progress. This is because most people know enough C# to get by and therefore I feel any true basics guide might be redundant. Therefore this is likely more to be a simple set of "I encountered this, thought it was interesting or needed noting or I may need this in future" etc.

But whatever happens, I hope people can get as much use out of this as I believe I will.

Let me know in the comments as we go.

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Kevin  Urquhart

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I am a SQL Server DBA, Architect, Developer, Trainer, and CEO of SQL World. This is my blog in which I’m simply trying to share my SQL knowledge and experiences with the world.


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