An in depth look at improvements to Go To Definition (and Go To Implementation, and Go To Base, etc.) allowing you to navigate to source code that isn't in your current solution, but instead comes from external dependencies.
Delegates are widely used in C# (and .NET, in general), but it's not always obvious to the developer what code they write ends up generating. In this post, I'll show the various forms to make you aware of their costs.
If you’ve ever wanted to use operators with generic types or thought that interfaces could be improved by supporting the ability to define static methods as part of their contract, then this blog post is for you. With .NET 6 we will be shipping a preview of the new generic math and static abstracts in interfaces features.
Text processing is at the heart of huge numbers of apps and services, and in .NET, that means lots and lots of . creation is so fundamental that a myriad of ways of creating them have existed since .NET Framework 1.0 was released, and more have joined the fray since. Whether via 's constructors, or , or overrides, or helper methods on like...