James Michael Hare

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Little Wonders

Little Wonders


Little Wonders and the St. Louis Days of .NET - Just 2 Weeks Away!

It's only 2 weeks until the start of the St. Louis Days of .NET 2012 and I'm very excited to be a speaker again this year!  This marks the 5th year of STLDODN and it has been awesome to watch it grow into a truly wonderful .NET conference, and a great deal for the money (only $250).  

If you haven't heard of them before, check them out at at stlouisdayofdotnet.com and I hope to see you there!

This year, I'll be presenting my Little Wonders of .NET presentation again, as well as a new follow-up presentation called More Little Wonders of .NET, and finally a LINQ and Lambda primer presentation.

The "Little Wonders" of C#/.NET

The .NET Framework is full of “macro-sized” goodness that we all love and know. But, the .NET Framework also has a lot of smaller “micro-sized” tips and tricks that can improve code. This presentation focuses on those “Little Wonders” of the .NET Framework that make our lives easier in big ways.

More "Little Wonders" of C#/.NET

Continuing where the Little Wonders of C#/.NET session leaves off, this session will continue the discussion with even more Little Wonders of the .NET Framework and C# language.

Of Lambdas and Linq

LINQ and lambdas are becoming much more prevalent in our codebase and it’s important for all of our developers to have at least a basic understanding.  This presentation is designed to be a brief introduction to both lambda expressions and the more common LINQ extension methods.

Print | posted on Thursday, July 19, 2012 11:40 AM | Filed Under [ My Blog C# Software .NET Little Wonders ]

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