Monthly Archives: March 2008

Constants vs Readonly in C#

Constants A constant is one which has a never changing value. When defining a constant  its  value must be determinable at the compile time. The compiler then saves this information in the metadata of the assembly. Defining a constant causes creation … Continue reading

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Connection Pooling in ASP.NET 2.0

Whenever you are trying to use the Connection Pooling mechanism which is in built in ASP.NET you are trying to improve the scalability and the performance of the application. This feature is not that much useful if your application is … Continue reading

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