Join Microsoft Regional Director and MVP Mark Michaelis and myself in this candid discussion about C# Scripting - a new feature announced by Microsoft in November 2015.
With C# Scripting, you can use the command line or a new pane available in Visual Studio 2015 Update 1 to write dynamic C# on the fly. Mark demonstrates the subtle differences between an expression and a statement, the advantages of the new Interactive window in Visual Studio, and we even throw a few more dev tips and tricks in the mix for good measure.
This is a 2-part video series. In this first part, you get the concepts and overview and see some scripting on the command line. In C# Scripting - Part 2, you'll see what provisions Visual Studio offers with the new Interactive window.
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