Looking Back on C# 7: More Expression body members

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# 6: Expression body members

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# 6: Initializers

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# 6: String interpolation

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#

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 forward to dotnet in 2019

It's a new year, and we already have a bunch of dotnet releases to look forward to, thanks to the open development processes that Microsoft is using these days with dotnet. The three big releases I am looking forward to are C# 8 and .Net Core 3.0, and a…

Clean Startup in your AspNetCore

I want to talk about this point made about Keeping a Clean Startup.cs in Asp.Net Core by K. Scott Alan. Mostly I want to agree and elaborate on it. (Warning! I used the British English customised below. If this doesn't match your sensibilities, just use customize instead.) The…

My C# naming conventions

I have opinions! I've been meaning to write this article for a while. I have various opinions about code formatting, and they may or may not conform to the norm. Also, they change occasionally as and when I get a good explanation of why a different way is better, or…