Microsoft just released Visual Studio 2010 Beta to the public at large. Now we just have to wait for the final release…
Vicente Cartas’s latest blog post on Singleton’s in C# (original post in Spanish) illustrates something very important for learning C# well – there are subtle, but very important differences in C# which are very valuable to learn if you’re coming from a Java or C++ background. This is a classic example – the traditional C++ forms of the Singleton pattern are not appropriate in C#.
C# and .NET make life a lot easier, in a lot of ways… but it’s critical to understand the subtle nuances caused by the abstraction layers .NET provides.
I just saw Daniel Moth’s latest post on new features in Visual Studio 2010, and I got excited and decided that I had to share.
For part 5 of my series on IDisposable, I want to focus on using IDisposable objects. We’ve seen many of the ways and reasons you might create an IDisposable class. Now, we’ll use the classes we’ve created.