Saturday, May 29, 2004

New Language Features in C# 2.0, Part 1 by Matthew MacDonald -- Four years ago, a new upstart language named C# surprised the development world with its elegance and consistency. Now that Microsoft has released a technology preview version of Visual Studio 2005 (formerly codenamed Whidbey), .NET's favorite language is back, with some new innovations. In this two-part servies by Matthew MacDonald, you'll get a first look at three of the four major language refinements in the latest version of C#.

New Language Features in C# 2.0, Part 2 by Matthew MacDonald -- The first part of this series introduced three new C# language features: anonymous methods, iterators, and partial types. In this second part, Matthew MacDonald tackles the last and most exciting new feature: Generics.


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