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Posted 17 Mar 2016
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Looking Ahead to C# 7 with Mads Torgersen

, 17 Mar 2016
For the balance of the video Mads Torgersen talks about where C# is headed and some of the thinking behind some new features.

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Mads is a terrific person so we thought we would stop in to bug him about C# 7. For the first 15-20 minutes he mentions some of the C# 6 features you should be already using. For the balance of the video he talks about where C# is headed and some of the thinking behind some new features. Obviously it is early, but in this new era of openness (the compiler has literally been open source'd) it is refreshing to actually get inside the fortress to see strategy. The best part is you can add your voice to the process! Github Repository Enjoy!

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