The new edition of my book is available – covering .NET, C#, WinUI, ASP.NET Core, EF Core, and more! Compared to the previous edition, it not only covers the newest editions of C# and .NET, you don’t have to carry a book with 1500 pages – the number of pages have been reduced – but I made sure that all the important topics are covered, you shouldn’t miss anything important topics needed to develop applications with .NET, C#, and Microsoft Azure. Continue reading Professional C# and .NET – 2021 Edition
C# allows writing code with positional or nominal code style. Using positional code style, constructors can be used. Object initializer … Continue reading C# 9 – Positional or Nominal Creation
I had some great days at BASTA! in Mainz, Germany – with three presentations. Thank you for attending my presentations! I hope to see you next year again! My presentations and source code is now available for download!
* C# – What’s next?
* Reference semantics with C# and .NET Core
* Desktop Bridge – One way to build modern apps with WPF Continue reading Presentations and Source Code for BASTA! in Mainz, 2018
The next edition of Professional C# – Professional C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0 is available – covering C# 7 … Continue reading Professional C# 7 and .NET Core 2.0
I already blogged about some cool new C# 7.0 features in the last months. Now I’m offering an additional chapter … Continue reading C# 7.0 – What’s New
I already explained binary literals, digit separators, tuples, out vars and ref returns, and expression bodied members – great new … Continue reading C# 7.0 – Pattern Matching
After visiting Brno and Bratislava in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia, the next conference is in Frankfurt, Germany. BASTA! … Continue reading C# 7.0 and ASP.NET Core at BASTA! in Frankfurt, Germany
C# 7.0 offers a great list of new features. Some of them I’ve already written about, such as expression bodied … Continue reading C# 7.0 Out Vars and Ref Returns
October was another great month. Probably the hottest news have been the announcements from Microsoft on Oct, 26th, but there … Continue reading Highlights of October 2016