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C# 7 Features Worth Knowing - Part 2

In this post we’ll see some more new features from C# 7.0.


C# 7 Features Worth Knowing - Part 1

C# 7 is finally among us. Time to check out some of its features.


It's about time you start using these C# 6 features

The 7th version of C# is coming, and it’s expected to bring some new and exciting features to our tool sets. Here’s the thing, though: Are you up to speed with its predecessor’s features?


Learn which types of comments should be avoided

Spoiler Alert: You should avoid most of them.


Value and reference types in C#, Part 2 - Why can't a DateTime be null?

“Why is not allowed to assign null to a DateTime?” Again and again, this question keeps showing up on StackOverflow and similar sites. Different phrasing, maybe a different type (“Why type “int” is never equal to ‘null’?”), but the same question, in essence. Which is only natural, considering that probably thousands of developers join the field every year.


Value and reference types in C#

This is my first “real” post here on my blog, and I decided to talk about value types and reference types. This is somewhat of a basic subject, in the sense that it is something that you should already know if you write C# code for a living.But at the same time, it can be a little non-intuitive if you’re not an experienced developer.