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Tag Archives: C#
A few weeks back we had Mads Torgersen on Yet Another Podcast. It is too good and too important to miss.
Let’s face it, most coding standards are arbitrary. The key to a successful project, however, is not which standards you follow, but that you are consistent. Here is a partial list of the C# coding standards my team uses and … Continue reading
I recently released a two-part course on C# 8. The first part is for beginning programmers. The second part is for intermediate to advanced programmers. This post is the first in a series that focuses on the new features in … Continue reading
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[ Link to First Tutorial ] While there is much you can “pick up as you go” if you are an Objective-C programmer, understanding some of the fundamental differences in C# can save you a great deal of time and … Continue reading
If you’d like a free copy of Programming C# 4 direct from O’Reilly, just leave a comment… Continue reading
There are a number of practices that we engage in –– no, that we cling to, and defend, and teach to others, – that amount to magical thinking, or at best, rational failure. This is often just fine, no harm … Continue reading
I recently imposed on myself the constraint of coding without comments. Why?
* Comments rust faster than code, even when you’re careful
* Well written code can be read, and comments are annoying footnotes
* Comments make for lazy coding
In the comments from this morning’s post, Andrew raised two questions important enough that I wanted to answer them in a post, rather than in comments…. [In the original version of the posting] you had some code showing that you … Continue reading