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Snuffleupagus-Oriented Programming

An impromptu introduction to Snuffleupagus-Oriented Programming (SOP): https://t.co/jPkjPRgqQr— Casey Muratori (@cmuratori) July 21, 2015 Sometimes naming something is the best way to start talking about a topic that lots of people do but don't realise or haven't pulled together as a concept. This is one of…

Looking Back on C# 7: Pattern matching

With C# 8 on our doorstep, I figure it is a good time to reflect on recent additions to the language that have come before. There are some great improvements you may have missed, some that I really enjoy using, and some I consider have reached canonical usage status that…

Looking Back on C#: async and await

With C# 8 on our doorstep, I figure it is a good time to reflect on recent additions to the language that have come before. There are some great improvements you may have missed, some that I really enjoy using, and some I consider have reached canonical usage status that…

Looking Back on C# 7: refs enhancements

With C# 8 on our doorstep, I figure it is a good time to reflect on recent additions to the language that have come before. There are some great improvements you may have missed, some that I really enjoy using, and some I consider have reached canonical usage status that…

Looking Back on C# 7: Out variables

With C# 8 on our doorstep, I figure it is a good time to reflect on recent additions to the language that have come before. There are some great improvements you may have missed, some that I really enjoy using, and some I consider have reached canonical usage status that…

Looking Back on C# 7: Local functions

With C# 8 on our doorstep, I figure it is a good time to reflect on recent additions to the language that have come before. There are some great improvements you may have missed, some that I really enjoy using, and some I consider have reached canonical usage status that…

┬ÁCon 2019 - Day 3

Good morning day 3. So much to absorb already from Day 1 and 2 but it isn't over yet. This morning's Keynote "Crossing the River by Feeling the Stones" from Simon Wardley is a must see. This was a very educational look at the value of maps, and…