Just a quick update to mention that I’m speaking at Epicenter 2010 in Dublin on Wednesday, on Noda Time and C# Corner Cases. There are concessionary tickets available, so if you’re on the right landmass, please do come along. Don’t be put off by the fact that I’m speaking – there are some genuinely good speakers too. (Stephen Colebourne will be talking about Joda Time and JSR-310, in a session which I’m personally sad to miss – I’ll be talking about C# at the same time.)
While I’m busy plugging events, I’m also extremely excited about NDC 2010 next week in Oslo. Neal Gafter and Eric Lippert will be doing a C# Puzzler session, Mads Torgersen will be talking about C# 4, I’ll be presenting a wish-list for C# 5, and then all four of us will be doing a Q&A session. Should be heaps of fun. (I’ll also be presenting C# 4’s variance features, and Noda Time again.)
As ever, I’m somewhat late in putting the final touches to all of these talks, so if you’ve got any suggestions for my C# 5 wish-list or any particularly evil corner cases which have caught you out, add them as comments and I’ll try to squeeze ‘em in.