C# has had three updates in less than a year, 7, 7.1 and 7.2. What’s new in these versions? The short answer is a lot. Rather than one or two big features, these releases have added a lot of small features to the language, both to make some kinds of standard boiler plate code easier to write and to add even more features from functional programming to C#. In this session we’ll talk about some of the bigger ticket items like the new tuples, pattern matching and expression bodies, plus a host of smaller features. If you’re interested in getting caught up on the latest C# language features, this session is for you. [6]


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