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More articles by Deborah Kurata

Author Bio
Deborah Kurata is cofounder of InStep Technologies Inc., a professional consulting firm that focuses on turning your business vision into reality using Microsoft .NET technologies. She has over 15 years of experience in architecting, designing, and developing successful .NET applications. Deborah is the author of several books, including "Doing Objects in Visual Basic 6.0" (SAMS) and "Doing Web Development: Client-Side Techniques" (APress). She is on the INETA Speaker's Bureau and is a well-known speaker at technical conferences.
For CoDe Magazine | April 17, 2007
Generics aren't a Ferrari that you only take out for special occasions; they're more like your trusty pickup, perfectly suited for everyday use.
For CoDe Magazine | September 13, 2006
Retaining a single set of user settings for your application is easy. Retaining multiple sets of user settings is much more challenging.
For CoDe Magazine | April 21, 2006
Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0 greatly enhance the data binding story in Windows Forms. This article explores the classes, interfaces, and coding techniques you can use today in your Windows Forms applications.
For CoDe Magazine | March 1, 2006
Using code snippets can make it quick to add common code pieces to your application, while creating your own snippets allows you to build a library of custom code pieces and share them with other developers.
For CoDe Magazine | October 5, 2005
Creating basic data access stored procedures is time consuming and boring work. Relieve the tedium by writing code that writes these stored procedures for you.
For CoDe Magazine | June 1, 2005
Extend your knowledge of inheritance to more easily extend your .NET applications.
For CoDe Magazine | April 20, 2005
Knowing the flaws in Web server controls and how to work around them before you use them can save you hours of time.
For CoDe Magazine | December 1, 2004
Create your own Windows Forms, Web Forms, or class templates to reuse code and maximize your productivity in Visual Studio 2003.
For CoDe Magazine | October 6, 2004
The Class Designer in Visual Studio 2005 allows you to visually manipulate the classes of your application. Changes made to the diagram are reflected in the associated code. Get a tour of this new feature.
For CoDe Magazine | August 11, 2004
Operator overloading provides an intuitive way to support mathematical and comparative operations on your objects.
For CoDe Magazine | June 3, 2004
Building an audit trail into your application provides a mechanism for tracking who updated what when, and the new generics feature in Whidbey will help you build that trail.
For CoDe Magazine | April 8, 2004
A base form class makes it easy for you to give your users a consistent experience without needing to write a lot of user interface code.
Let's say you want to bind your listbox to a recordset, but you also want to display two fields concatenated together, such as "Jones, Barbara." You can do this by using a calculated expression in ...
If you want to pass a parameter to a subroutine, use this ...
For Classes | May 4, 1999
The Dictionary object can contain items, which can be any form of data, just like a collection. However, the Dictionary object has many advantages over a collection. It allows retrieval of the key ...
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