So, as Microsoft has created many forks and branches off of .NET, there have been a few different product names come up: Silverlight .NETCore/WinRT/.Net for Windows Store Apps .NET for Windows ...
In this thread, an Oracle Product Manager (username "Alex Keh") refused to make Oracle's EF provider to conform with .NET's PascalCase coding standard for class names and property names, saying that ...
I have created an ObjectParser class which parses data into strongly typed objects using an IObjectParserDataSource as the data source (the data could be an Excel file, text file, array, query string, ...
What is the most concise (yet descriptive) way of naming a subclass that only add a specific minor thing to the parent? I encountered this case a lot in WPF, where sometime I have to add a small ...
What should be done exactly when the most obvious class name for a component is taken by a framework? In my case, I need to make a class that describes an HTTP request. Of course, the most common name ...
Ok, I understand what CamelCase is. This question is relating to how to CamelCase the shortened version of Property List (PList). I am asking this because I am working on a PList parser in C# and ...
I know the "I" convention has been around since COM, but I've never understood why it hasn't been reconsidered like every other naming convention before .NET has. Consumption wise, the only thing ...
Why did Microsoft make parameters, local variables and private fields have the same name naming convention?
I asked this question quite some time ago: How do you name your private variables in C#? In one of the answers, I was pointed to Microsoft's MSDN page that shows that private variables/fields should ...