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Javascript Splice VS Javascript Slice

Little chit-chat Hi! Let me keep you up-to-date with things that were rolling lately. As I’ve said previously, I finally updated my blog. I wanted to give it a more sleek and personal look. The old one was good but a little bit cold without any personal touch. So here it is, a new looking…

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INTERVIEW JOB CODING TASKS – XML file manipulation

It’s been a while, once again, since my last post. But due to a much of stuff, I’m doing in the background, I guarantee you, it’s going to be worth it! Bunch of changes is going to be presented to you very soon as well as new content, in a much more professional way. Anyway,…

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INTERVIEW JOB CODING TASKS – Calculate permutations

Today we are going to continue with interview coding tasks. I really do hope this, solved, coding task is going to help you during your interview. Task: Depending on input value i.e. (123) create all permutations i.e:(123,213,231,132,312,321) Solution: Cheers

How-To setup global exception handler in .NET Core?

Today I’ll try to be precise and straight to the point as possible.If you want to simplify your code by removing unnecessary try {} catch {} blocks of your code inside API Controllers, then you probably want to use some kind of global hook in which you are going to handle global exceptions. The way…

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When your best employee wants to leave

What does it mean and how to handle valuable member of your organization who wants to leave your company? Well, obviously if he says: “I quit!” he wants to leave. Don’t be fooled and think like it’s out of the blue. Something has been cooking inside your team member for a longer period of time….

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What motivates employees

Today, we will have an insight into what management is and what drives individuals in a team. Although I had this kind of article in my mind long ago, I finally put it to “paper”.  As a manager myself, I see how some managers work and miss the point.  I’ve made errors and sometimes I…

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[OT] Changes

Hi! I’ve finally completed my first video for Youtube. I talk about choosing the right Javascript framework for newcomers and experienced Javascript developers. It’s available online at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iy0fDW8Tk78&t=10s , so please take a look and like it or share it! I know I currently suck in the video. I’ve got that video shooting issue(fright) as…

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Top 10 quick code refactoring tips with C#

Hi there! A few weeks passed by since my last blog post. Well, the holiday time was on and I wish you all the best in 2020. I hope you all had a great time. But it’s time to move on. So, buckle up your seat belts and let’s move on as we have a…

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