C# (.NET)


An open source ORM for the .NET framework.


Also known as Platform Invocation Services. A part of Common Language Infrastructure that enables  developers to find, edit, add any information connected with unmanaged APIs from managed code. 


An ASP.NET programming syntax, a view engine that allows to write mix of HTML and server side code, used to create dynamic web pages with both C#  and Visual Basic. 

Roslyn (.NET Compiler Platform)

Provides open-source C# and Visual Basic compilers with rich code analysis APIs, allows to build code analysis tools with the same APIs that Microsoft is using to implement Visual Studio.


A library for ASP.NET that enables to create real-time scalable web applications. 

Sitecore CMS

A content management system, which is built on ASP.NET. It gives web content editors and marketers the authority to have full control over all aspects of their website.


An open source .NET testing framework which implements the Cucumber syntax for authoring BDD specifications and mapping them to implementation code for executable tests. 


Stands for SQL Server Reporting Services, a Microsoft server-based software system used for report generating, it enables users easily generate reports from Microsoft SQL Server databases. 

Unsafe Code

A keyword to describe a code segment that is not managed by the Common Language Runtime of the .NET Framework.


Stands for Visual Basic .NET, object-oriented computer programming language developed by Microsoft, it combines the power of .NET Framework and the common language runtime with the productivity benefits that are the hallmark of Visual Basic.


A tool for building Service-Oriented applications.


Graphical subsystem for rendering user interfaces.

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