A new feature with .NET Core 2.1 is the Span type. This type allows direct access to memory in the stack, in the managed heap, and in the native heap. A great feature of the Span type is to take a split of the memory to access only an area within. The next step is to extend this to the C# programming language with ranges. Continue reading C# 8: Indexes and Ranges
In the next months I’m speaking at conferences in Mainz, Germany and in Ljubljana, Slovenia – taking C# and Blazor … Continue reading Next Conferences 2018
C# 7 introduced pattern matching with the extension of the switch statement and the is operator offering the const pattern, … Continue reading C# 8: Pattern Matching Extended
A .NET guideline specifies that an application should never throw a NullReferenceException. However, many applications and libraries do. The NullReferenceException … Continue reading C# 8 & No More NullReferenceExceptions – What about legacy code?
A great feature of C# 7.0 are local functions. Local functions have the syntax of methods and can be used … Continue reading Local Functions – What’s the Value?
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