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More articles by Srinath MS

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Srinath M. S. says: "I would love to leave a footprint in this flat world."
For DevX | August 13, 2018
Learn a simple trick to make certain queries perform correctly in MySQL.
For DevX | August 7, 2018
See how to use the Obsolete Class to let your vendors know of upcoming changes that could break their code.
For DevX | August 3, 2018
Learn how to make it possible for the query plan cache to be reused by all users.
For DevX | July 30, 2018
Learn how to use the ExceptionDispatchInfo class to capture the entire exception with the stack trace and throw it later.
For DevX | July 24, 2018
Learn how to increase server performance with HTTP2.
For DevX | July 20, 2018
Learn an easy way to assign shortcuts to your favorite programs.
For DevX | July 16, 2018
See how to use a conditional catch block.
For DevX | July 10, 2018
See an example of how ASP.NET's Web APIs support custom formatters.
For DevX | July 2, 2018
Learn how to figure out which worker processes are messing with your server performance.
For DevX | June 29, 2018
See how to use inbuilt code snippets in Visual Studio.
For DevX | June 19, 2018
See how to determine if a number has a negative sign or positive sign.
For DevX | June 11, 2018
Consuming APIs can be complicated due to the lack of documentation and testable features. See how Swagger bridges that gap.
For DevX | June 5, 2018
Learn how to figure out which version of TLS is supported by a vendor.
For DevX | June 1, 2018
Learn how to find where Chrome stores the window and open tab details in the window instance.
For DevX | May 28, 2018
Learn how to store code snippets in Chrome that you would normally use for debugging purposes.
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