As you can see from the whimsical title of this page, "Jazztime in C# Sharp .NET", it metaphorically encapsulates the C# Sharp programming language within a "musical theme". That is visually depicted in the coding examples listed here that contain programming I created for customers in Cleveland, Ohio USA. The sound of the title kind of grows on you after a while...or at least I think so. I tried to conjure a theme for this before I created this page for the website. I came up with several others, but this was the one that seemed to have just the right jingle, so I ran with it.
How can C# Sharp development make your business headaches go away?
You are running a local delivery service in your city. There seems to be quite a bit of confusion among your drivers about who goes where to make the runs. Your manual system for routing deliveries is a logistical nightmare due to all the paperwork and lack of organization. Aside from wasting time and fuel, the customers are irate from not receiving their goods on time or at all. What to do? This is a good example of how a route scheduling application in C# Sharp would be ideal for getting your house in order. It would maintain daily truck route schedules and each driver would receive a printed schedule in the morning of where to drop deliveries during the day. No more wasted time and now the customers are happy because they receive their goods on time.
Your small physical therapy business needs to keep track of the hours paid to their physical therapist employees who make house calls to patients every week. Right now this is being handled with paper receipts to keep track of who logged how many regular and overtime hours. Some of the writing on the employee time receipts is illegible or incomplete. Many of the employees are being underpaid or overpaid. You are at your wits end over the screw ups and your business is beginning to look like a descent into chaos. A customized labor hours receipt program in C# Sharp is the answer. It would keep track of the regular and overtime hours for each physical therapist and there would be data entry error checking built in to make sure each employee labor hours receipt is complete before the operator could exit the data entry screen. In addition, it would run various reports showing how many hours your therapists log over various time periods. It could determine where additions and cutbacks of hours need to be made so your labor cost per therapist would be more sensible versus the income they bring in.
Below are C# Sharp coding examples I created for customers. When you view the page, just click on the "Agree" button to accept the open software license and the programming will become visible in the multi-line text area. The comments are preceded by "//" to narrate the programming.
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UPDATE: I have decided to cease publication of individual "Jazztime in C#.NET" web pages after September 2013 and instead add periodic C# coding posts to my blog, "Menace II Conventional Thought: An Alternate Pathway Of A Self Styled Computer Programmer". The blog can be viewed at http://analyzoh (dot) blogspot (dot) com. It is updated monthly and includes programming techniques, troubleshooting encounters, SEO and marketing strategy as well as my general business ideas.