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Uncovering .NET and C# Part 2 - 2.0 to 4.0

A talk by Josh Barker

About the Talk

October 1, 2010 10:00 AM

Grand Rapids, MI

Grand Rapids, MI

So you use C# every day and always wondered what those angle brackets meant after those class names or methods. Or maybe you once stole a glance at some code and were immediately stunned at the awesomeness, intimidated by its brevity, or lost beyond belief. This mini-series will help uncover those features of .NET 1.0 and 2.0-- features such as inheritance, access modifiers, partials, generics, delegates, reflection, and much more.


So now that your a .NET 2.0 ninja, you have come to become a .NET 4.0 guru... well, good-- because we'll be throwing some pretty quick, fast, fist-flying .NET 4.0 action. Some of the topics of interest include anonymous types/methods, extension methods, lambdas, LINQ, DLR, and optional parameters-- just to name a few.

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