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Code Maze Weekly #49

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“When witches go riding,
And black cats are seen,
The Moon laughs and whispers,
‘Tis near Halloween”
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Hope you’re having fun. If not, check this week’s articles and you’ll be having it very soon 😁

.NET and C#

  • C# in Simple Terms – Interfaces and Abstract Classes [exceptionnotfound.net]
    Matthew Jones has been covering C# basics for weeks. Since this is an important topic for everyone starting off with OOP, we took the opportunity to share his work. Good series of articles overall, worth checking out.
  • Generate QR Codes With C# [khalidabuhakmeh.com]
    How hard is QR code generation in C#? Read Khalid Abuhakmeh’s newest article to find out. QR codes are versatile and widely used, so it’s not an unusual requirement to have in an application.

Worthy Reads

Live & Presentation

News & Updates

Other Interesting Articles

On Programming and Life

Weekly Dose of Humor

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Have a great weekend!

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