C# 8 is old news. Onward, to C# 9!

This post is part of the 2019 C# Advent Calendar. Check it out here, for other AWESOME posts. Did you know that planning is already underway for the ninth version of the C# language? Now, to be fair, this has been in the planning phases long, LONG, before C# 8 […]

C#, .NET, and Visual Studio – 2018 Year in Review

My second contribution to this year’s CSAdvent (and one of the final two posts!), hosted by my buddy Matt Groves. Visit https://crosscuttingconcerns.com/The-Second-Annual-C-Advent to see the full calendar of posts! The past year has been wonderful for the C# / .NET / Visual Studio developer community, so let’s take a quick […]

Using .editorconfig in Visual Studio to create discoverable standards

My contribution to this year’s CSAdvent, hosted by my buddy Matt Groves, is all about trying to surface your coding and naming standards right in Visual Studio. Visit https://crosscuttingconcerns.com/The-Second-Annual-C-Advent to see the full calendar of posts! Starting in Visual Studio 2017, we have the option of using an .editorconfig file […]