As I dive deeper into learning C#, I can’t help but jump straight into coding in order to further my understanding of the language. I’ve taken to .NET Fiddle to try out some basics. Let’s look at a very basic, example which outlines how Interfaces, Classes, and Inheritance work in C#.
C# is an object oriented programming language developed by Microsoft. Ruby is an object oriented programming language developed by Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto. Although they are entirely different languages with various pros and cons on each side, their object oriented nature provides a commonality which allows programmers to curb the learning curve that comes along with picking up a new language.
Referential integrity - what is it and why is it important?
OR Impedance Mismatch - a term we hear when discussing database architecture. Although this term sounds complex, we can break it down into a couple of understandable and digestible concepts. Understanding this issue will help us design a more flawless architecture from the get-go.