dnrTV Show #98: Kathleen Dollard on Comparing C# and VB in .NET 3.5 Part 2

Posted in Frameworks, Databases, Development on July 12, 2008

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Kathleen Dollard returns to dnrTV this week to wrap up her two part series on special features in .NET 3.5. This time Kathleen shows us lambda expressions, anonymous methods and Linq.

Kathleen has been developing business applications for over 20 years and working with .NET since the early betas. She’s been a Microsoft MVP for over ten years, was the founding president of the Northern Colorado .NET SIG, and is an active member of the Denver Visual Studio User Group. As an independent consultant, she has had the opportunity to work in many roles: advising management, training and mentoring programmers, analyzing and architecting applications, and coding infrastructure. Kathleen has worked extensively with application code generation and is the author of Code Generation in Microsoft NET (from Apress). She has a monthly column “Ask Kathleen” in Visual Studio Magazine and has published dozens of articles on a range of .NET topics. As an INETA and conference speaker, she’s spoken in 26 states and 5 countries.

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Tags: Frameworks, Technologies, LINQ, C#, .NET Framework, dnrTV, VB.NET