LIDNUG: What’s new in C# 4.0 with O’Reilly author and MVP, Joe Albahari
The Linked .Net Users Group is putting on a huge range of “shows” in the next couple of months – starting with an absolute kick-ass presentation by Joe Albahari (www.albahari.com) the author of C# 3.0 in a Nutshell and the upcoming of C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, plus not to forget he’s the creator of one of the best LINQ tools out there – LINQPad.
yes, i know that it’s on Australia Day here, but it’s at 7AM – not quite drunk yet and what better way to kick off the day with some supreme geekdom!
About the event:
|Title ||What’s new in C# 4.0 |
|Venue ||Live Meeting |
|Date ||January 26, 3PM PST |
|Cost ||FREE (duh!) |
|Presenter ||Joe Albahari (http://www.albahari.com) |
Joe Albahari, author of C# 3.0 in a Nutshell, is a software architect and developer with 17 years' experience in the health, education and telecommunication industries.
He is currently a Systems Architect at Technosis in Australia.
Joe has a keen interest in LINQ, and is author of LINQPad - the code snippet IDE for interactively querying databases in LINQ.
He specializes in integrating LINQ into corporate multi-tier applications and creating extensions to maximize query composability.
Joe is also a C# MVP.
|About the event: ||C# 4.0 introduces some of the most controversial new language features to date - including optional parameters, named arguments and (horror) dynamic typing! |
In this presentation, Joe will demonstrate C# 4.0's new features in a practical context, exploring potential uses, benefits, traps and best practices.
You'll see a novel design pattern that may change your opinion on dynamic programming, and also how C# 4.0 simplifies interop with Office, COM and dynamic languages such as Python.
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