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Herding Nulls and Other C# Stories From the Future

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/12/13

Mads Torgersen shares future thinking of a fast-moving major programming language, C#. Torgersen discusses pattern matching, type classes, discriminated unions and much more.

A cool outlook of things that hopefully make it into the next upcoming major C# release: [WayBackHerding Nulls and Other C# Stories From the Future

Via:

Slides (of which a few screenshots are below): [WayBack] herding_nulls.pptx

–jeroen

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