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Using Generic Extension Methods

, 24 Oct 2008 CPOL
Explains the concepts of Generics (introduced in C# 2.0) and Extension Methods (introduced in C# 3.0) and how to mix those together to get a new concept of Generic Extension Methods that will make a difference in our class designs.



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2 - publicly available No 24-Oct-08 18:29 Available Smitha Vijayan
1 No 24-Jun-09 9:26 Composing Samer Abu Rabie


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Samer Abu Rabie
Engineer C4 Advanced Solutions
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Samer is a Computer and Digital Electronics Engineer who lives in Abu Dhabi UAE, worked on a fair number of personal projects as part of fun or freelancing, mostly related to integration between hardware and software (e.g Security Systems, Sensors, Cameras, Bluetooth ... etc), which gave him a powerful knowledge in this area and the ability to invent various complex designs to adhere for external elements effect those systems.

Through his career path he worked on a fair number of enterprise projects with well known software companies, which showed him the various aspects of an enterprise applications.

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