Ian Griffths has an excellent post entitled Repeat After Me: C# Destructors Are NOT Like C++ Destructors. If you have a C++ background and are doing C# developement it’s definately worth a read. <INTERESTING NOTE scope=”atLeastToMe”>Ian mentions Robert Kozak. I know Robert, I haven’t talked to him since he left Toronto several years ago and… Continue reading Repeat After Me: C# Destructors Are NOT Like C++ Destructors
I started my first gig today as a Senior Consultant for ObjectSharp Consulting. I’m really looking forward to working with the best and brightest that Toronto has to offer… maybe one day I’ll find the company where they work but for now ObjectSharp will do. All kidding aside, this company has some seriously talented architects… Continue reading The Newest Sharpie
To quote S. Somasegar, the guy who runs the developer division at Microsoft,“… [Microsoft is] 120% committed to the language and the product not just today but for a long, long, long time to come, as we have been in the last decade now” Read the whole post here.
<NOTE>This is not a bash at C#. I like C# just as much as VB.NET and do development with both languages. I’m even thinking of getting this tattooed on my forehead.</NOTE> I’ve normally listen to .NET Rocks! during the live broadcast on Thursday night but I’ve been quite busy lately and I missed the last… Continue reading Why C# Is(n’t) Better Than VB.NET
I’m not as active as some of the other MVPs but I spend a fair amount of time answering questions on newsgroups and forums. If you use these resources, here are some tips that will help get your questions answered faster. Do some research before you ask.After posting a question you need to go back… Continue reading Newsgroup or Forum Posting Tips