C# 4.0 at CONDG

I was very pleased to be able to give my C# 4.0 talk at the Central Ohio .NET Developers Group last month.  Carey Payette accepted my offer to give the talk – based on the last section of my upcoming C# All In One book from Wiley – and I did my best to polish the talk to get it to the level expected by the fine people of CONDG.  Hope I met everyone’s expectations!  The reviews were very nice.

I utterly failed to get any pictures, although @leshka posted this one to TwitPic.  I did get some video, which I’ll put on my SpeakerSite after I get it rendered

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It was a great turnout – 103 people I think.  Wonderful questions too, and some great feedback from many attendees.  Bill Melvin posted a review on his blog, which I appreciate.  Twitter was rockin with comments from attendees, too.  I agree – the fact that the wholesale changes to the language are more or less just for COM compatibility is somewhat disappointing, but the dynamic language features still excite me.  Also, Tim, I agree that just because the dynamic keyword exists means we should use it.

I ran without slides, but I did use a big Visual Studio solution.  That compressed folder of samples is here, warts and all.  Feel free to dig in and see what a warped brain is really like.  The snippets don’t travel well, but the sample code is all in the Examples file.

Anyway, great time, everyone, hope to do it again after I finish the research for the Oslo book.

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