Author: Ranjithkumar

Architecture Programming

Software Architectural Patterns Explained

Hey fellow tech enthusiasts! 👋 Ready to embark on a journey through the intricate landscapes of architectural patterns? 🌐 As we navigate the ever-evolving realm of software development, understanding the foundational structures becomes paramount. In this deep dive, we’ll unravel the mysteries of architectural patterns, those elegant design solutions that shape the backbone of robust […]

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Programming Rust

Memory Safety at Compile Time in Rust

In the dynamic landscape of programming languages, memory safety has always been a critical concern. The quest for systems programming languages that balance performance with safety has led many developers to explore Rust, a language that takes a distinctive approach by ensuring memory safety at compile time. Rust, stands out for its innovative approach to […]

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Web development

Internationalization(i18n) and Localization(L10n) in Web Development

In our increasingly connected world, web developers face the challenge of creating websites and applications that cater to diverse audiences speaking different languages and following various cultural norms. This is where internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) come into play, ensuring that your web applications are not just functional but also accessible to a global user […]

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.NET C#

New System.Collections.Frozen namespace in .NET 8

The .NET 8 release introduces a new namespace, System.Collections.Frozen, which provides two new immutable collection types: FrozenDictionary<TKey, TValue> and FrozenSet<T> These types are designed for scenarios where collections are created infrequently but are used frequently at runtime. They offer excellent lookup performance and are ideal for cases where a collection is created once, potentially at […]

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C#

Do not throw Exceptions in C#

Exception handling is a crucial aspect of software development, and the concern about its performance implications is valid. In this blog post, we’ll explore the idea of avoiding exceptions to control the flow of code in C# and opting for alternative approaches to achieve the same results more efficiently. We’ll delve into why exceptions can […]

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Insights

Settled Mindset vs. Contextual Mindset: Navigating the Software Engineering Landscape

Introduction In the dynamic world of software engineering, where technologies evolve at lightning speed, the mindset of a developer can greatly impact their success and adaptability. Two prevalent mindsets in this field are the Settled Mindset and the Contextual Mindset. In this blog post, we will explore these two mindsets, provide examples, and discuss their […]

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Insights

The Common-Sense Developer: Navigating the Software World with Pragmatism and Bias-Free Thinking

In the ever-evolving world of software development, where innovation and complexity often intertwine, there’s a remarkable quality that sets some developers apart: common sense infused with an unwavering commitment to bias-free thinking. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the essence of a “Common-Sense Developer” and explore the significance of making informed decisions while sidestepping […]

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Insights

The Versatile Software Engineer: Navigating Core Principles and High-Level Thinking

As I embarked on my developer journey, I vividly recall the initial confusion and feeling overwhelmed by the multitude of implementation details. However, I soon realized that the ideal software engineer possesses the remarkable ability to navigate these challenges. This talent is driven by a profound understanding of core principles and high-level concepts, allowing them […]

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