Waking up is a real struggle for me in the morning. This is why every night I set multiple alarms, most of them every 10-15 minutes, so my alarm looks pretty much like this (that is my actual list of alarms from this morning):
We saw in the the previous example how passing a value type to a method actually works: the method receives a copy of the object, so any modifications made inside the method will not persist.
But what happens if we want to modify a value type parameter inside a method?
ref keyword allows you to pass a value type parameter by reference, meaning that the method will work with the actual reference to the object used as parameter, so modifications made inside the method will actually persist.
I am a Microsoft Student Partner at the Microsoft Innovation Center from the “Politehnica” University of Bucharest.
Part of our responsibility is giving technical presentations to students about various technologies. We also have a lab at the University where we give the presentations and spend most of our time and where other students can come and work on their projects.
Up until in September, we used Facebook for almost all of our communication (I know, my feelings as well).
Today, we are going to create an Azure SQL Database that we are going to use from a C# console application, using Entity Framework Code First approach.
Microsoft Azure offers two methods for using an SQL database: