Answering Questions: The future of Effective C#
What comes next?

One of the comments on an earlier entry (http://www.srtsolutions.com/blogs/billwagner/2005/06/21/id93158.aspx) asks if I'm going to write an updated version of Effective C# for version 2.0.

I'm not certain, for two reasons.  First of all, my goal with the content in Effective C# was to ensure that all my recommendations continue to be valid with version 2.0.  By and large, I think that's true. (Some of the boxing and unboxing advice changes with generics, and the garbage collector got some performance improvements.) 

However, there are a lot of new techniques that developers can make use of.  I intend on writing about it.  I'll post announcements as these activities become public.  However, I am working on an outline to cover best practices for C# 2.0, and beyond.



Created: 9/26/2005 5:48:31 AM

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