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Nov 01, 2012 at 1:22PM
After covering the OO, generics, functional, dynamic and concurrent paradigms in C#, the remaining one is MetaProgramming.
So, I think MS is taking its time to fully complete the Roslyn Project, so they will be able to create on the fly any construct metaprogrammed the feature set of an hypothetic C# 6.
Plus, consider that more sophisticated features may require deep changes to the base infrastructure: the CLR.
Jun 09, 2010 at 1:03AM
Very interesting and inspiring.
I can't wait for the next part
I've been using VS 2010 + .NET 4.0 + C# 4.0 since they first Beta (almost a year before), and I'm very pleased that finally they're now officially released.
But what I like the most is that all these stuff is not anymore the "future" but the "present" technologies. So now we can advance to talk towards a new set of "future" technologies, tools and improvements.
In particular, I'm very eager to see Anders Hejlsbegs talking about the new C# 5.0 (or even a new language if the changes are too dramatic to be ensembled into our loved C#), considering its PDCs and TechTalks comments about Compiler Services, Metaprograming, Immutability features.
I agree with the previous critics.
The single most used feature of the current help explorer, for me at least, is that large index where dynamic search happens.
The fact that classes and members appear next to other similiar, has helped me a lot for discover new things.
I'm very curious about that secret project Brian is working on.
Remembering the prior interviews I can think of some cues:
Physics + Simulation + 3D + Functional Programming = *?* (will Rock!)
Happy Birthday Channel 9!
Suggestion: Put a video about Error Handling including async web services request and things like that.