Richard Hale Shaw on C# 2.0 features leading us into 3.0 functionality

Posted in Frameworks, Development, Conferences on July 11, 2008


Richard Hale Shaw on C# 2.0 features leading us into 3.0 functionality

Summary
Join Richard Hale Shaw as InfoQ peppers him with questions about the C# language and differences between C# 2.0 and 3.0. Richard provides insights developing with the Enterprise Library and waxes wisely on Generics and IEnumerator.

Bio
Richard Hale Shaw is the founder of the Richard Hale Shaw Group, which has consulted and trained software developers since 1993. He's created and chaired numerous technical conferences. He specializes in consulting and training on .NET programming in C# and Managed C++. Richard is a member of the INETA speaker's bureau. He's been recognized by Microsoft as a C# MVP since 2004.

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Tags: Frameworks, Interview, C#, .NET Framework, InfoQ, Generics, Enterprise Library, IEnumerator