What's New in C# 6, C# 7 and Visual Studio 2017
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C# is one of the most powerful languages in the modern world of programming. It has one of the most powerful type system. There was a battle for sometime between Java and C# and now we can say for sure that C# won that battle from the language features point of view.
C# 6 is already released and fully available with Visual Studio 2015. C# 7 is under development still, but many announced features are already implemented and we can play with them in Visual Studio 2017which is currently (when I'm writing this) itself under development (release candidate is available).
No fluff, no ranting, no beating the air. I esteem your time. The course material is succinct, yet comprehensive. All important concepts are covered. For absolute beginners, I offer my help on Skype absolutely free if requested. Don't forget that this course has English subtitles, so if you don't understand my accent, feel free to turn them on.
Take this course and you will be satisfied.
Keep pace with modern C#
If you go behind the modern C#, then this course is for you. This course will bring a whole picture of what's going on nowadays in C#. Modern C# is a powerful multiparadigmatical language. New versions of C# bring more and more functional features and you'll see it on practical examples.
Content and Overview
The goal of this course is to show all the new features of C# 6, C# 7 and Visual Studio 2017.
This course is built for all kind of C# developers who are interested in learning C# 6, C# 7 and Visual Studio 2017. This course is beneficial for juniors as well as for seniors who want to stay well-informed about new C# features. I’m sure any student will find something interesting and useful in this course.
The main prerequisite is to be familiar with development on the .NET platform in C#. That’s all you need.
In short, the course covers the following topics.
- Autoproperties and Immutability
- Expression-bodied members
- Import of static members (using static)
- String interpolation
- Nullability, null-conditional operators
- Index initializers
- Exception Filters
- Enhanced Tuples
- Pattern Matching
- Ref. Returns, Async Returns, Exceptions
- Local Functions (more functional programming! :) )
- Out variables literals
VIsual Studio 2017:
- Improved Navigation
- Run-to-Click (improved debugging)
- Improved IntelliSense
- Live Code Analysis
- Live Unit Testing
Who is the target audience?
- Any C# developer who wants to become aware of new C# features
- Students should be familiar with C# of older versions
- Harness the power of C# 6 and C# 7
- Write more maintainable code in C#
- Use powerful new features of Visual Studio 2017
How to Ask Questions
Outline of a module "What's new in C# 6".
Learn how to use autoproperties to ensure immutability with C# 6.
Learn how to use Expression-Bodied members in C#6.
Learn how to use the "nameof" operator in C# 6.
Learn how to import static members in C# 6.
Learn how to use String Interpolation in C# 6.
Learn how to use Save Navigator operator in C# 6.
Learn how to use indexed initializers in C# 6.
Learn how to use exception filter in C# 6.
Conclusion of the "What's new in C# 6" module.
C# 7 - Outline
Learn how to use out variables in C# 7.
Learn how to use pattern matching in C# 7.
Learn how to use tuples and deconstruction in C# 7.
Learn how to properly apply local functions in C# 7.
Learn how to use returning by reference in C# 7.
Learn how to throw expressions in C# 7.
Learn how to make literals a little bit more readable in C# 7.
Conclusion of the "What's new in C# 7" module.
Outline of the module "What's new in Visual Studio 2017".
Learn how to use improved navigation in VS 2017.
Learn how to use improved debugging in VS 2017 (Visual Studio 2017).
Learn how to use Live Code Analysis in VS 2017 (Visual Studio 2017).
Learn how to use Live Unit Testing in VS 2017 (Visual Studio 2017).
Conclusion of the module "What's new in Visual Studio 2017".
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