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Says Mosh Hamedani, author of courses on C# at udemy
Mosh, I just got my first junior level C# job. What advice do you have for me? What are some critical stuff I need to learn?
So, whether you’re looking for your first junior C# job, or you just got one, this post will give you an overview of the kind of skills that you need to be familiar with as a junior C# developer. I’ve tried to put it in a “learning path” that would give you direction, whether you want to build web or desktop applications.
This article explains how you can use functional programming in C#.
If you start exploring C# or decide to expand your knowledge, you should learn these useful language features, which will help you to simplify the code, avoid errors and save a lot of time.
Video games are a big business. Total revenue for the U.S. video game industry reached $23.5 billion last year, a 5 percent increase from 2014. Behind every video game are programmers who help develop the product. Although programming languages vary by game, a few are the most popular. Here’s a look at the languages powering video game development.
It’s very interesting to check large projects. As a rule, we do manage to find unusual and peculiar errors, and tell people about them. Also, it’s a great way to test our analyzer and improve all its different aspects. I’ve long been waiting to check ‘Mono’; and finally, I got the opportunity. I should say that this check really proved its worth as I was able to find a lot of entertaining things. This article is about the bugs we found, and several nuances which arose during the check.
In this article, we will discuss on Interview questions for C# programmers.
Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to C#. You will have to read all the given answers and choose over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using Show Answer link.
As we continue developing PVS-Studio static code analyzer, we often have to check large open-source projects by renowned developers. The fact that even such projects contain a certain amount of bugs adds even more sense and weight to our work. Unfortunately, everybody makes mistakes. No matter how carefully you control your code’s quality, there is just no way to avoid “human error”. As long as software is developed by humans, analysis tools like PVS-Studio will remain relevant and needed. Today, we are going to discuss errors found in the source code of MSBuild, which is, unfortunately, not perfect either.