Yesterday evening I attented an interesting session, with a lot of people, from Brad Abrams (Program Manager at Microsoft and author of the book ).
Most of the things he told were already known in a technical point of view, but what made it so interesting is the reason why some things are built in the .NET framework.
When to use a property in stead of a method, after all… A property is a method?!
When to use an extention method combined with a namespace and add overload methods to an interface or to manage dependencies?
Why shouldn't I define extension methods on the System.Object? 😉
And my favourite:
Do as little as possible now (but no less) to ensure room for extensibility in the future
How to achive the secret of great productivity?
did I get your attention?
always nice to learn some new things