Yesterday, I was working with my dev team, and some people came across some C# 7 code. Specifically, they were seeing some code using Pattern Matching, and weren’t sure about it. Not everyone was familiar with C# 7, a failing on my part. If you’re also not familiar with all of the new features in C# 7, I’d recommend checking out my What’s New in C# 7 course on DevIQ. In the course, I go through all of the new features of C# 7, explaining both how they work and when to use them.
I talk regularly at conferences about C#, and have given talks on C# 6, C# 7, and the combination of the two. When I ask people if they’re using a version of C#, most people acknowledge they are, but when I ask about specific features, most hands drop. I find that many developers are not using the features made available to them until long after it’s available to them. Don’t miss out on these!
As C# grows it’s important to stay up-to-date on everything that it offers you! Check out my course today and get your quick-start to using the new features in C# 7!
What You Will Learn About C# 7
In this course, you will learn:
- Output Variables
- Pattern Matching
- Local Functions
- Improved Literals
- More Expression Bodies
- Throw Expressions
- Ref Returns
What’s New in C# Bundle
And many developers need to know about C# 6 still. I did a course covering C# 6 as well, so you can check out the bundle I set up. The What’s New in C# Bundle includes both What’s New in C# 6 and What’s New in C# 7! Allowing you to learn everything you need to know to bring your C# project up-to-date!