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My biggest royalty what I have always got from this book are emails saying "I have got job by your book". I myself had tough times in my initial IT days and I hope no fresher sees those tough days what I have seen. I hope this book stands by you in your bad days. The first chapter I have started is with TOP 50 technical and non-technical questions. So in case developers want to prepare in an hour or so this chapter will make sure that you are on time.
Second chapter runs through basic questions around delegates, events , reflection etc. This time I have added some more important questions around serialization, new. NET 4. Also I have updated some answers with more precision. OOP This chapter I have really reworked it. I admit my previous editions did not have answers up to mark.
So I have made some big changes in this chapter. As well I have added some more situation based questions around abstract classes and interfaces. A complete chapter I have dedicated to ADO.
This time I have really made the images clean, nice and sharp. Also I have reworked on the answers to make it to the point. This chapter I have not altered too much in this edition as new kid in the block, MVC has arrived. But I have still reworked on some answers and diagrams which where confusing in the previous edition. This is a major thing in sixth edition , a complete new chapter dedicated to MVC.
I have added around 30 situational based questions in this chapter to do full justice for this chapter. This is one chapter I always thought I should work one. But for now I have kept the same questions and updated some answers which were not looking proper. Added some questions around WCF 4. Updated lot of questions around WPF. Not much changed in this and chapter as such but added some few more architectures and patterns like MVVM and repository pattern.
In this chapter I have done major revamps and addition. Updated some old threading answers and added questions around TPL Task parallel libarary. XML chapter kept as it is. Some of the question I was not sure where I should put it like algorithms , questions around debug release , packaging etc.
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Peek "Td". What are partial views in MVC? Partial view is a reusable view like a user control which can be embedded inside other view. Figure: Partial views in MVC For every page you would like to reuse the left menu, header, and footer controls. So you can go and create partial views for each of these items and then you call that partial view in the main view. How did you create a partial view and consume it? Figure: Create partial view Once the partial view is created you can then call the partial view in the main view using the Html.