Bill Wagner creates C# learning and reference materials for https://learn.microsoft.com. He works with colleagues on the C# team, related content teams, and customers to provide resources for everyone that wants to learn more about C#. He’s also a member of the ECMA C# Standardization committee, working to update the C# standard.
I asked Bill, to come talk about C# 11 and to do so from the perspective of a programmer who stopped following the newest additions to C# as of C# 7 or 8 or so. That is, how do we catch up if we’ve fallen behind on the latest features?
This is part one, in which we discuss, among other things, Pattern Matching.
Here is a link to the tutorial Bill describes.
And here is a link to the top of the C# documentation.