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Free C# video tutorial for beginners, and experienced programmers. This is a 100 part video series. 22 hours of c# tutorials, which start from the very basics and covers advanced concepts as we progress.



Software training is becoming so costly these days, that poor people are finding it very difficult to attend courses and find jobs. I have created this tutorial to help those in need. If you find this useful, please share with your friends on Facebook  twitter and Google plus. Let's make these videos help as many students as possible.

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If you can't find a c sharp concept that you are looking for, please leave a comment, I will have it added as soon as I can.




128 comments:

  1. You are doing awesom job.. God bless you . Thanks

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  2. I cant thank you enough for the videos... Very clear and well explained. A very good series for beginners as well as advanced developers. I have learnt everything I know about C# from your videos and can confidently say that I am proficient with it now... Thanks again

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  3. gr8 job sir plz... upload more c sharp videos and sql server videos

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  4. your videos are outstanding. Thank you very much...expect you to leap one step further with ASP.NET videos...once again
    Thanks a Lot !!

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  5. Really you r doing grt job.. i am really thank full from bottom of my heart...

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  6. hey great job done !!!. Your videos are simply awesome. Request you to put videos on "yield" keyword in C#

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  7. sir your videos are superb and your doing well job
    and ruquest you upload a video which is for "constructor"
    thank you !

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  8. Your tutorials are awesome. Can you post video on Expression Trees as well? My genuine request.

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  9. plz post fiel handling in C sharp videos

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  10. Very well covered most of the topics. Although cudn't find anything on dynamic class and reflection.emit

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  11. We Need These Videos
    1. The Key Words Concept are , Constant, Read Only In Real Time Videos Tutorials
    2. Anonymous Methods and Lambda Expressions in Real Time Videos Tutorials
    3. Threading and Multitasking Concepts In Real Time Videos Tutorials
    Please Sir,

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  12. Hi Sir,

    The tutorial are excellent. Kinly post video on IDisposable interface.

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  13. hi sir, awesome videos. can u upload videos on constraints in generics

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  14. Really nice videos . Thanks for helping the people.

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  15. Very helpful. Thank you and well done :)!!!

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  16. I have studied most of the concepts many times through the book...but haven't understood the concepts....you are explaining line by line through the example...
    excellent teaching way....nice job...Kindly Thanking you and God Bless you:-)

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  17. Very good videos, covers all the required basics and a bit advanced topics.. Great job Venkat.


    I encourage you to continue with this series and cover topics like Lync, Dialogues, user controls, Recursion, Dealing with multiple forms etc..

    I sincerely thank you for your efforts.

    Ramesh

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  18. HELLO VENKAT SIR,
    CAN U PLEASE UPLOAD A VIDEO OF REAL TIME DEVELOPMENT IN C#.NET ,WHICH TOOLS ARE USED TO DEVELOPMENT,HOW CAN IT WORKS ALL THESE STUFF,ITS VERY USEFUL TO THE PERSONS WHO LOOKING FOR A JOB AND IF POSSIBLE DESIGN PATTERNS(mvp,mvc)

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  19. Hello Venkat, Is it possible to explain the differences,and on what situation we use followings in C#

    TypeParse
    Convert
    (type) casting

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  20. hello venkat,is it possible to explain the concepts of events in c# in real time scenraio................
    please sir.....

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    1. I second this. I have tried to understand events when explained by other people. Either I am stupid (very possible!) or events are just difficult to explain. Venkat, you are very skilled at breaking down concepts to core principles. Please help us out here! Excellent videos by the way.

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  21. I have 5 year experience on c#but relay i thank to god to meet your blog.i learn lot from here.i knew nothing with comparing your blogs tutorial.thank you very very much

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  22. Hello venkat,

    You are doing a great job. God bless you..
    Can you please upload the videos about different programming patterns in c#.


    Thanks

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  23. Hello Venkat,

    Thanks a lot for your videos, I am reading c# from a book which is real pain, but after watching your videos i am understanding everything in c#. Please could you add videos on Events.

    Cheers
    Naresh

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  24. Sir,
    Really awesome videos.. these videos created interest in programming for me...I would be gratefull to you if you could give some explanations in concepts like threading, serialization and all.. Thank your so much sir for these videos.. GOD bless you

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  25. I can't thank you enough for your videos... Amazing explanation,perfectly pronounced and made c# easier to learn.. Great job

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  26. thank you sooo much Mr Venkat for your beyond amaing explanation.

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  27. Sharing is devine! Thx so much!!!

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  28. U have done a great job.God bless you.

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  29. I can't thank you enough for your videos... Amazing explanation,perfectly pronounced and made c# easier to learn.. Great job

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  30. do you have videos for c# indexes??

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  31. Good Morning 'Venkat' I am 'Aleem' please post a video about following concepts.
    1. Constructor why use this constructor?
    2. private Constructor when its help full in real scenario?
    3. static constructor when it will be useful in real time?
    4. why we use static key word to methods and fields?
    5. How we can restrict to create objects more than 2 in our Programs?
    6.

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  32. Thanks a ton Venkat. I like the basic C# topics that you have covered in your blog. It is really awesome, perfectly explained and well versed. Please cover more topics related to .Net Framework like Garbage Collector, how it works behind the scene. Thanks again Mr Perfectionist. One request to increase the volume of the posted videos a little.

    Abani..

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  33. thanks, btw when entity framework tutorial video? :)

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  34. Hi Venkat,

    In many interviews, interviewers are asking about Events, Delegates and the relation between them.

    Can you please provide some information related to this...

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    1. as well as please provide the information that whwn we will use ABSTRACT and INTERFACE in real scenario.
      and why cant interface in the place of abstract...?
      Please answer this questions...?
      If possible any body who read this..

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  35. hey man nice blog..

    Need to send Emails using C# using SMTP server how to make that....

    Help me in Video Tut... thanx

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    1. Hi Crazy kid, Thank you very much for taking time to give feedback. I have already recorded and uploaded videos on sending emails using C# and ASP.NET. Please find the links below. I hope you find them useful.

      Sending emails using C# and ASP.NET
      Using SMTP Server Settings from web.config to send emails

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    2. Hats of to you !!!
      Very clear Explanations ..
      Looking for the following Topics:

      1. Var and Dynamic Keyword
      2. Anonymous Methods and Types
      3 Lambda Expressions in Real Time
      3. Threading and Multitasking Concepts In Real Time Videos
      4. Constructors and its Types

      Thanks a lot again .

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  36. Hi Sir,

    Please provide a video on IDisposable Interface.

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  37. Thank You Very Much sir..

    using system

    console.writeline("awesome job sir!")

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  38. Excellent job. awesome videos, Amazing explanation in HD.

    Thank your so much...

    Can you please post videos for the below concepts.
    -Design Patterns
    -LINQ
    -WCF

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  39. Sir, Could u plz add video on Anonymous methods

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  40. Hi venkat once again i want to say thanks your are doing the faboulous job there is no words to defin you work,you'r just incredible,outstanding.
    At last a small request please make some tutorials on
    Threading,Files handling in c#,Three tier architecure in asp.net
    Pleas make it as soon as possible its my humble request.

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  41. This is so knowledgeable tutorial on these technologies I ever seen in Internet.
    You are really a fabulous Human for giving your knowledge to world without any cost.
    Hats off and so proud of you.

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  42. Hi i am new in net developer . but i need to work on web services and wcf . can you please include that video with this so it might clear idea on that .. please

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  43. please include MVC 4 and more if possible

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  44. Thank you so much for this very nice job. May you have all the success in your career.

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  45. Hai sir
    Im Bajid Khan. I got More explanation from your Video tutorials .. Im requesting you Please provide WCF & Web Services concepts..
    Thanks

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  46. please sir provide the WCF and WEBSERVICES TUTORIAL

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  47. Hi venkat,

    Thanks for the tutorials.If i go through any programming book,i would never understand anything.I am not from software background. These tutorials really help me in understanding the basic concepts of programming languages,the coding etc..Atleast it arouses the interest in me.

    thanks a ton ..Web lo ekada search chesina inthakanna best ekada dorkadu.I hope u come up with much more concepts and different technology videos..

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  48. Hi sir Good Morning M Aleem please post as soon as possible a understandable videos of

    1. CLR Stored Procedure in Sql server 2008.
    2. Lamda Expressions, Extension Method, Anonymous methods,
    static-Constructor and Private-constructor in Csharp.

    I hope good response from You. Thanking you sir

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  49. Excellent Job Sir,
    i Have learnt C# through your Video tutorials.
    Great Job.
    Thank you sir...

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  50. Thank you a lot sir
    u r helping me a lot
    totally appreciated

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  51. It certainely boosts in fast learning for programmers comming from c/c++ background. Thanks a lot.

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  52. Great Work...
    You are one of the best teacher.

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  53. Hello sir REALLY YOU ARE DOING A GREAT JOB....it is very helpful for the beginners...

    sure every beginner will remember ur help for life time...

    We are even more eager to learn from ur blogspot..

    and please do teach about .NET WINDOWS FORM APPLICATION development..

    Thank u very much for ur videos sir..

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  54. your videos are outstanding...

    please provide wcf and wpf videos



    thank you sir.

    Response.Redirect("csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.co.uk");

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  55. Hai Venkat,

    Can you please tell me how to return multiple values from a method?

    I have seen some codings in the internet?

    Class Program
    {
    public Program Method()
    {

    }
    }

    Some of them using classname as return.i don't understand what this mean.Can you plz explain it?

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    1. Hi Arjunan, there are several ways to return multiple values from a method. If the return values are of the same type, then you can use array as the return type. If they are of different types you can use output parameters, or you can create a custom object and return anything you want. May be I will record a video on this as soon as I can.

      If Customer is the class, and if that is specified as the return type, then that means the method is returning the customer object back.

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  56. Hello Venkat,
    please upload some videos on mvc4 and web service.

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  57. Excellent videos. Awesome.

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  58. You are way too good , it is really great to see these days that someone posts videos for free. God Bless you !

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  59. Hello Sir, thank you for your great job. Vidz are clear and very explicative. You start from scratch each time and it really appreciated. Thanks again.

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  60. Great Job Sir .Very clear and understandable series of video.

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  61. Hi,

    Please include a tutorial for Encapsulation, Data Abstraction.

    Thanks.

    More power to your tutorials.

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  62. Hi Venkat,

    Since few months i was thinking of learning C# and ASP.NET and did get any good material.. once i found your videos on this... its really really fantastic.... i new to Dot Net technology... i have worked on PowerBuilder but this is very new to me... but u explained it very simple way... thank alot venkat.....for sharing these videos...

    Thanks
    Mukul Trivedi

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  63. Your Video is Excellent. Thank and Regards

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  64. Thanks venkat for tutorial,your videos are very good and it will helps a lot to learn technology.

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  65. Do you have any tutorials / videos on MVC?

    To be precise I have created a Stored Procedure in SQL and am trying to execute in from within my MVC solution with an input parameter got from one of the views created in the mvc application.

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  66. You are doing a great job. God bless you..
    Please upload the videos about different programming patterns in c#.

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  67. Please include

    1. Threading and Multitasking Concepts
    2. Anonymous Methods and Lambda Expressions
    3. Var and Dynamic Keyword


    Thanks

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  68. Hi,

    Would you mind writing some tutorials over sockets?

    Amazing tutorial series, looking forward for more.

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  69. Hi Venkat Sir,

    Your C sharp video tutorial is very helpful for me.
    I think one of the topic on "COLLECTION" is missing in
    this tutorial.If is it possible could you please upload video tutorial for COLLECTION.

    Thanks
    Aditya Shekhar

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    1. One more thing Venkat Sir,

      Could you please upload some video for where we use Interface and abstract classes in a real time project.

      Thanks
      Aditya Shekhar

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  70. It Awesome...Finally .................One Indian Make a way To Help Others in IT Field in Different Way ...In US 'the New Boston',
    in INDIAN 'Mr.Venkat'......Carry on .....well!!! we need it....

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    1. That's true. Venkat, you are the inspiration for us.

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  71. Thanks Venkat all your videos are top quality teaching.
    Any chance of a video on Constructors and Copy Constructors?

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  72. hello venkat great job done
    i learn sql server 2008 from your videos
    please upload a video of more advance topic of sql server 2008
    and also upload a video of
    trigger another to type
    ddl trigger
    and logon trigger
    u just difine 1st type
    great job done i say again

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  73. Firstly,
    I want to say that your videos are so so brilliant..
    Your explanations are very clear and you have good examples
    Please I want to know if you have any video around c# collection framework,
    I would have thought they should be in this series..

    A reply would be really appreciated.

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    1. Hi Joe, Parts 56 and 57 covers the introduction of collections. I don't have any videos on Dictionary and Hashtable. However I will record and upload videos on these concepts as soon as I can. Please let if this is what you are looking for.

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  74. Please continue with this series and cover topics like Dialogues, user controls, Recursion, Dealing with multiple forms etc..

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  75. Venkat
    what is prmary difference betweeen
    abstraction and encapsulation
    and how to differenciate ?

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  76. Hi,
    This is an awesome tutorial series. Is there any video tutorial of DOT NET
    Web Form Fundamentals,Web Controls,Validation,The Data Controls,
    Styles, Themes, and Master Pages,Website Navigation , Membership , Profiles That is created by you? If available please give those link

    Thank you.

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    1. I have organised all the ASP .NET, C#, and SQL Server video tutorials in to playlists, which could be useful to you.
      http://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/videos?view=1&flow=grid

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  77. Man, your videos are great!, very clear and understandable, I already knew some .net before, but after seeing a couple of your videos, i decided to watch them all from the beginning
    Congratulations!! and thanks!

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  78. Hi Venkat,
    I am learning C# using your online tutorial, which is easy to follow.
    I am now on part 22 - Method hiding. One question on that one, if I may:
    Once you want to refer to the parent class for your printname method (rather than the one you defined under the child class), you suggest as one of the ways, to use Parent PTE = new PartTimeEmployee()
    I am not sure how this would work, when you need to access the hourly wage, since this is now unavailable, because in the child class. Effectively you now don't use the child class at all.
    Have I misunderstood?
    Thanks, Rob, London

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  79. Halo Venkat,
    I am almost 50, have a PhD in Tropical Animal health. I have for years attempted to teach myself a programing language that is appropriate for the work that I do. I have over the years acquired many books but always failed to really get myself going. The books have either been to verbose or very economical on facts and hard to follow. Earlier this year I stumbled on your online tutorials. Man, what a wonderful teacher you are. No amount of words would ever be enough to thank you.

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  80. Dear Venkat,

    I saw your C#, SQL server and asp.net tutorials. they are all is very practical and easy to follow. It's clearly understood because you have so much experiences in the field, and one thing is for sure is..you teach and share you knowledge by the heart..

    I understand why you can't answer every comments, questions regarding you video that's way i advice you to open volunteer team to help you so you can focus making new video.

    I'm Indonesian, and in my country there's a proverb "Gajah mati meninggalkan gading" which means is "the dead elephant leaves ivory". Man, your sharing and caring will always remember even you are not with us anymore.

    Please accept my gratitude for all your kindness.

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  82. Hello Sir,
    Your work is amazing, and that too the text notes that follow each video is gr8 idea...coz whenever i follow any video tutorial (apart from your channel say,
    somexyz.com ) i was running hard to make notes of each video it was a nightmare to do that [b'coz each time i would download that video and play it in media player in slow mo and was listening very carefully each word uttered by the speaker of that video.. it was hell...] but ur idea of making notes is SIMPLY AWESOME.. its mainly because ur videos will be SIMPLEST to understand.. but over time if we were to recall again we need to play it and listen entirely.. but u have saved a LOT OF TIME by giving text notes.. really HATS OFF!!!! ....
    One last request is since EntityFramework is the future of ADO.NET.. can we expect the tutorial for the same... and in this current series of C#.. can v expect ASYNC & AWAIT, and any new features from C# 5.0....and in MVC 5 there are tonnes of new features which im really scared of like KATANA, Identity and lots more... could u plz help.....

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  83. Being new to programming and having looked at many videos trying to understand the fundamentals of programming I have found your vids explain in great detail the nuances of programming where other programmers will leave out important details that leave me in the lurch...You could if you wanted to charge for your tutorials but I for one appreciate that you've made them accessible to all...Thanks, Venkat

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  84. Hi,
    One doubt... Interface cannot contain fields & cannot have implementations also. but how it supports auto implemented properties??

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  85. Hi Venkat garu,
    Tons of thanks to u. recently I got placed in a level3 company as a Dot net Developer, That is because of your wonderful videos. Whatever I learnt in dotnet is only from u.Thank u so much for that. and please kindly make the tutorial for Enterprise model.

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  86. Hi Venkat, I recently had an online interview question. The question was to find the problem with this function:

    class Solution
    {
    public bool solution(int[] A, int K)
    {
    int n = A.Length;
    for (int i = 0; i < n - 1; i++)
    {
    if (A[i] + 1 < A[i + 1])
    return false;
    }
    if (A[0] == 1 && A[n - 1] != K)
    return false;
    else
    return true;
    }
    }

    the array is {1,3,3} and the problem is that there is something wrong in the code, if the array contains the number 2 it should return true, else false. In the test you were only allowed to alter 2 lines of code. I was wondering how you would have approached the problem.

    What I did was provide an alternative solution to the problem:

    static void Main(string[] args)
    {

    int check = 2;
    int[] numbers = new int[] {1,3,3};
    bool T;

    foreach(int i in numbers)
    {
    if (i == check)
    {
    T = true;
    }
    else
    {
    T = false;
    }
    Console.WriteLine(T);

    }

    //Solution s = new Solution();
    //bool result = s.solution(numbers, check);
    }

    but the test would not allow me to submit my alternative, how should I have solved the problem?

    Thanks

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  87. How to achieve auto complete with multiple selection by using keyboard. Below code is working auto complete with multiple selection, but when I use keyboard the previous value getting cleared. Please assist.

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  88. Hi Venkat,

    This is just Amazing stuff..your videos are so elaborate and well explained. You are simply doing an outstanding job, not able to resist myself from watching your videos ..have already completed 30 in a day :)
    One thing, Want to support you by buying Amazon Products through your website but can't find the form to search the Items, please suggest.

    And, once again..Marvelous work..Kudos :)

    Thanks
    Simit

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  89. Hi
    Your videos as amazing can you post videos on advanced topics on c# including linklist pointers and other data structure

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  90. how can i parallelize an operation or task in C#....and how can i make a task run on a separate thread to the UI?

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  91. I have watched your SQL Server videos which have been explained in a friendly tone now I am interested in Developing a database application (Forms-Based) using C#. Means connecting to SQL Server 2008 using C#.Thansk

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  92. I follow your blog for solid foundation on web development technologies.

    Besides can you make some time and try to upload some videos or posts on these daily used essential industrial standard concepts.

    1. IOC, Dependency Injection.
    2. Design Patterns,
    3. SOLID Principles.
    4. Asp.Net Web API.
    5. SOAP vs REST.

    I strongly believe that your way of in-depth teaching shall give a strong base for your followers.

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  93. Hi sir,

    I am Sanjay and it's my first visit at your blog today. I'm very grateful to you that your tutorials are awesome and i have learned much more with that. Is there any tutorial for asp.net c# forms validation, roles, profiles and complete description of membership because i don't find it anywhere..

    Thank You sir

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  94. Hi venkat

    I am Abdeali I have learned alot from your Videos...I am very much thankfull to you for that..I need your help plzz...I have completed my first round for the second round I got a mail regarding righting a program but i am very much confused what to do ..Plz can you help me in this...I have to reply them tonight with programme The question is

    Implement a stack in c#. It should be like a library which can be used like a library in other programs. Now write a web application using this Stack library earlier.

    This application should have

    1. a screen to insert elements into a stack .

    2. a screen to remove elements from the stack

    3. a screen to show all current elements in the stack


    Write this application in angular JS, HTML and Gumby CSS framework. Use Google, you tube and the internet extensively. Write to us with your progress.

    Please help me I dont have much time ...

    Thanking you

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  95. hello sir
    I am vivek nigam.My question is that suppose i have two page from one page i am transfering the value using session on second page.and copy the url of second page and paste it to the next tab.value will be same as the first tab.and after that i switch to the first tab and press the back button and then after i again create the session with the different name and press submit button the after it will pass the second session to the next page but when i refresh the previous second tab the session value get changed but i dont want to be it change..

    so please tell the solution

    thanks

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  96. hello sir
    I am vivek kumar nigam and i have a question about offline storage like facebook or whats app. we can submit the data when the server is offline and as soon as when the server is online it get automatically store to the server.

    SO what type of storage is used to store the multiple data on stack on the client side and as soon as the internet connection is available it get automatically store to the server..

    please tell me the solutions on that..
    Thanks

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  97. Hi venkat,
    Good after noon, we are really appreciated to you and further want your videos on angular js and other java-script library video tutorials .

    may i know it is possible.

    Thanks in advance.

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  98. Hi Venkat
    Can u please add the new features introduced in C# 5 and C# 6 please.

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  99. Please can you explanation Dependency Injection in mvc ?

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  100. God bless you, you are not only the best teacher, but you have great personality.
    Can you please prepare video(s) on dependency injection please?
    No one can explain the way you do!!! By the way these videos are not only for beginners as you state there are very advanced concepts explaned 5 stars.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you

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  101. Hi Venkat,

    Your videos are truly helpful..Thanqqqqqssssss..Please cover video on serialization and deserialization topics. With the knowledge from your videos, I got a .net project and I'm at onsite.Trying to take more out of your videos...Truly..a great help and service for those who cannot afford for trainings outside..

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  102. Hi Venkat. These videos are awesome. I couldn't stop my self appreciating you. Thanks a million for everything you have been doing. Is it possible to upload some videos on C# IO Classes(File, StreamReader. SteramWriter, Serialize, Deserialize File streams, Reading Json files with specific format etc..) and usage of them in real time Projects. Kindly do the needful.

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  103. Hi Venkat. Your videos are awesome. I am learning from these alot. I wanna know that, is your tutorials based on console application or you have tutorials on windows applications?.
    I wanna work on windows applications. can you guide me what i do and where to start this.thanks

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  104. Hi Venkat, Your videos are very helpful and easy learning. Tons of thanks.I am having a doubt.
    How IIS will find the request that came from particular application?
    Can you please clear?

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  105. I found your videos very much helpful and crystal clear with the concepts you have explained.Also, the way of explaining is highly appreciated too..Now after learning c# and related technologies, I am still wondering how to..and in what conditions shall we use different programming models and how to identify what to use where.I too understand this cant be explain in a tutorial, however a little guidance over it could be more helpful.

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  106. God bless you, you are great instructor actualy the best I have ever seen
    Can you please provide video on dependency injection, nowdays this is very much asked from developers, and I am sure no one can explain the way you do.
    Kenan

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  107. I am trying to implement ASP.Net C# program, so that it could search any text from the PDF content. Any help would be highly appreciated.

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  108. I am trying to allow users to select "table names" using a CheckedListBox called tableCheckedListBox. Once a user checks one or more tableCheckedListBox items (i.e. "table names"), a second CheckedListBox called columnCheckedListBox should populate a group of items (i.e. "column names") associated with the "table names" checked in the tableCheckedListBox.

    I have problems populating related columnCheckedListBox (i.e."column names") once the user checks "table names" in tableCheckedListBox. (FYI - I using LINQ to SQL).

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  109. You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother.
    Randomly discover a great teacher!!!

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  110. Dear Friends,
    I need to implement the Digital signature concept in PDF forms.
    i searched a lot in google.
    sill i have no Idea about,it.
    I have ABC Pdf library
    please tell me how to implement this if know
    thanks
    Siva

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  111. Hi venkat

    I love you. Amazing explenation for all nooks and corner in C #, Sql wcf etc. I got placed in america company after watching vidoes. The way of your explnation and your language and voice were so cute. I love it.

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  112. Dear Venkat,
    I've been following most of your videos from C#, SQL to ASP.NET and WCF and I must say that you are a true inspiration for a lot of engineers like me. You are an amazing teacher and I love your logical sequence of videos :-).

    Can you please add a few videos on implementing common .NET interfaces like IEnumerable, IEnumerator, IComparable etc.. and also differences between IEnumerable and IEnumerator. I know one of them is a container while the other is an iterator, but I would love to understand it in a better way in your style :-).

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  113. Very good videos, covers all the required basics and a bit advanced topics.. Great job Venkat sir.

    I encourage you to continue with this series and cover topics like SAP BASIS

    I sincerely thank you for your efforts.

    Mohan Goud Kundena

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  114. Dear Venkat Sir,

    I will like to know the possible answer to the question which was recently asked to me on telephonic interview. The question was
    1) Can I call constructor from a destructor? If yes, what will happen if I do so and give a real life example for the same.

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  115. Sir, I just wanted to let you know that you are one of the world best c# teacher. You use simple every day English words to explain some of the most complex c# concepts that made it look as if c# is an easy language to grasp. Thanks and God bless.

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