Sandeep Kumar

Sandeep Kumar is Microsoft Developer and have been writing software for over 15 years. He is passionate about coding and focus on simplicity in code. He got passion in coding when he started his first job as a data entry operator in a manufacturing company, where he made some good friends in IT department and shown his interest to learn programming. He started with Foxpro and later he started learning Visual Basic 6 in 2000. In 2002, along with the first release of .NET, he shifted his focus to C#. Since then, he has been involved in the design and implementation of numerous software projects, including modern web applications, desktop applications and frameworks. He started teaching offline as part-time job in 2016. He trained around more than 100 students till now and very happy to see them getting their dream jobs in IT field. After getting success with his offline initiative, he started developing online courses, so that he can help more and more people to improve their skills and earn more. Sandeep has a Master of Computer Application Outside the software world, Sandeep is a photographer and a traveler.

Should I learn ASP.Net MVC or ASP.Net Core?

Are you confused over if you should learn ASP.NET MVC or ASP.NET ?

Such questions are obvious when new technology comes up in the market, most importantly to take over its predecessor.

Although everyone have tendency to learn everything as soon as it comes in the market, without considering the other important facts.

Here I am providing few of those facts you should consider before deciding, which one should you learn.

Side Effects of Learning Daily

Did you ever think that what is the greatest investment have ever been in your life. You may be thinking about various options like property, jewelry, stocks, mutual funds etc. But in reality those should not be considered as greatest investments in today’s world.

Learning is the one which can be considered as greatest investment in life. Anyone can steal jewelry, property or any materialistic thing, but no one can steal away you knowledge.

Any physical material gradually decrease when you share it with someone else. But our knowledge always keeps on increasing when we share it with variety of people. Now you will be thinking that how knowledge can increase if it is shared.

So I am explaining it here with an example. Suppose you have an idea and your friend also have different idea with him/her.

Online Kids Activities

In today’s world where too much information is available on internet, it is very easy for children to get distracted easily and doing the things which are not important for them to meet their goals. It becomes important for children’s futures that they focus on basics concisely so that they…