Friday International Update – Second Update for Italian Community Activities

Hi everyone, and welcome back to a new episode of Friday with International Update! Like I’ve recently done, i’d like to introduce you a new activity realized by members of the Italian Team, which loves to share their skills and knowledge with people in public events and courses. Italy has a strange relationship with computer…

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Friday International Update – News from DotNet Abruzzo Italian Community

Welcome everybody to a new episode of our Friday International Update, in which we usually see what the various woldwide communities are currently cooking! It’s my usual habit, when writing about Italian community, to sum up our current progresses, with a brief report of who-done-what. Today i wish to tell you about something different, and…

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Friday International Update – Italian Community Update

Welcome to a new edition of our Friday International Updates! This time, we’ll have a brief update about how things are going for the Italian Community. As recently reported by Tomoaki (refer to: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/wikininjas/2017/03/03/friday-with-international-community-update-progress-in-each-language-feb-2017/), the italian community occupies the seventh place in the Locale Tag Ranking, especially thanks to Piero Sbressa, which in the last…

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TNWiki Article Spotlight – Protect Your Data: Prevent SQL Injection

Hi everyone, and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday. Hope you had a good holiday time. For our Spotlight, today i’ve selected an article from Vincent Maverick Durano, published last month and regarding a pretty known topic, but never stressed enough: SQL Injection, and how to prevent it. In fact, while we have…

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TNWiki Article Spotlight – Basis of Neural Networks in Visual Basic .NET

Good day and welcome to another edition of Tuesday – TNWiki Article Spotlight. Usually when I select an article for the “TNWiki Article Spotlight”, I do it after I read the entire article specifically for this purpose. I start my search by searching articles related to my interests. This way, I have the knowledge and experience…

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TNWiki Article Spotlight – Entity Framework Introduction using C#, part II

Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday. Last time I wrote an Article Spotlight blog post, it was about an important technology which allows developers to have a class-oriented data access, namely the famous ORM Entity Framework. Today, with the second part of the series, we’ll go a little bit deeper into…

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TNWiki Article Spotlight – Entity Framework Introduction using C#, part I

Welcome to a new Tuesday TNWiki Article Spotlight! In those posts, we propose articles from the TechNet Wiki, a great knowledge-base from Microsoft, through which independent developers and IT professionals shares their skills. Today i propose an article which i’ve written last month, regarding an important technology from the ORM / data management world: Entity Framework…

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TNWiki Article Spotlight – Small Basic and the Raspberry Pi

Hi everyone, and welcome to a new edition of Tuesday – TNWiki Article Spotlight! About a week ago, Raspberry Pi 3 has been released, bringing even more energy into the IoT world.With a total of 8 millions of units sold – of which 3 millions over the past year (source: RaspberryPi.org) -, and a bright…

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Friday – Italian blog is up and running!

Welcome to a new edition of our Friday International Updates. One of the last Friday's post was from Ed Price, in which – among other things – he asked a question «Do we want an Italian Blog?»Today, we are delighted to announce not only a positive answer to that question, but the official startup of…

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TNWiki Article Spotlight – SQL Server with .NET 101

Hi everyone, and welcome to a new edition of Tuesday – TNWiki Article Spotlight. In this post, i will present some articles written by me, hoping they could be an useful overview about code-database interaction, more precisely using SQL Server as database and Visual Basic .NET as coding language (easily adaptable to C# as well)….

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