Developer Academy 4 DVD (Video and ppt)

יום רביעי, מרץ 24, 2010

I’ve just noticed that someone was quick and wrapped all of the videos and PowerPoint slides from the Microsoft Developer Academy 4 to a DVD iso file and it is available on Rapidshare. So if you want to view the sessions offline hurry up grab it and burn your own Dev Academy 4 DVD. http://rapidshare.com/files/367471584/MSDevAcd4.part01.rar http://rapidshare.com/files/367486904/MSDevAcd4.part02.rar http://rapidshare.com/files/367487268/MSDevAcd4.part03.rar http://rapidshare.com/files/367487426/MSDevAcd4.part04.rar http://rapidshare.com/files/367479955/MSDevAcd4.part05.rar http://rapidshare.com/files/367487005/MSDevAcd4.part06.rar ...

What’s new in Visual C# 4.0 ? – Part 3 – Dynamic ExpendoObject

יום שלישי, אוקטובר 27, 2009

This is the third post of what’s new in Visual Studio C# 4.0. At the former posts we covered optional parameters, Named Parameters at this post we will cover C# Dynamics and ExpandoObject dynamic & ExpendoObject C# 1.0 introduced us to the managed world (based on Microsoft perception) C# 2.0 brought us Genetic types. C# 3.0 introduced us to new concept – LINQ C# 4.0 highlight is all about Dynamic Types Say for example that you have the need to create an object on the spot and use it in a local scope, without dynamic type you had to define a class and then create...

Free training on Visual Studio 2010 and C# 4.0

Did you know that you can train yourself for what’s new in Visual Studio 2010 and C# 4.0 (also VB) ? The Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Kit - October Preview is available for more than a week now and it includes lots of slide decks, demos and labs covering the following topics: Whats New In the .NET Framework 4 Whats New In Visual Studio 2010 Video: Downloading And Installing Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 Demo: Hello Visual Studio 2010 Common Language Runtime Demo: System.Threading.Barrier Demo Demo: System.Threading.CountdownEvent Managed Languages What's New In C# 4 and Visual Basic 10 Video: Fixing PIA Pains...

What's new in Visual C# 4.0 ? – Part 2 – Names Parameters

This is the second post of what’s new in Visual Studio C# 4.0. At the former post we reviewed the feature of optional parameters at this post we will concentrate on Named Parameters. Named Parameters Lets assume you are writing the following procedure : public static void SaySomething(string name, string msg)         {             Console.WriteLine(string.Format("Hi {0} !\n{1}", name,msg));         } When you want to call it from your code you are using something like: Code Snippet static void Main(string args)         {             SaySomething("Ohad","What's up?");             Console.ReadLine();         } What’s the problem ? Although you will have intellisense while you are coding it for the reader of the code its unclear what is the first parameter and what is the second...