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Shields Up! Defensive Coding in C#

A talk by Jeremy Clark

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April 10, 2014 2:45 PM

EastBay .NET

EastBay .NET

Coding is easy. Making sure our code is robust and effective takes a bit of effort. By coding defensively, we prepare our applications to face the challenges of real users in the real world. We'll go through some best practices to handle errors and exceptions, validate user input, and head off the common causes of memory leaks. Our ultimate goal is to provide an excellent experience for our users regardless of the circumstances.

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