Fabulous Adventures In Coding
Eric Lippert is a principal developer on the C# compiler team. Learn more about Eric.
FYI, I will be live and in person available for questions about C# 3.0, working at Microsoft, relationship advice or anything else you want to talk to me about at the following times and locations:
Monday February 5th, 7:00 to 9:00 PMUniversity of WaterlooDavis Centre "fishbowl" room 1301Wednesday February 7th, 12:00 to 3:00 PMCarnegie Mellon UniversityRoberts Hall, Singleton Room
There will also be representatives from Office, XBOX, Mobility, Windows Shell, Internet Explorer, the Secure Windows Initiative and Microsoft recruiting present should you want to tear yourself away from the discussion of the intricacies of the new type inference algorithm and talk about ribbons or whatever those other teams do.
I will be the one with the whiteboard; everyone else will have, you know, computers. Programming language design is more amenable to chalk talks than flashy demos after all.
There will be free food and we'll be giving away an XBOX 360, Windows Mobile SmartPhones, and of course highly coveted "C# superhero" T-shirts.
Welcome to the twentieth Community Convergence. I'm Charlie Calvert, the C# Community PM, and this is
The event was great. As always, there were some who showed up for the free food, but the chalk talk was well worth wading through the sea of people.
Hey all, sorry for the long time between posts; I have been crazy busy recruiting , interviewing, fixing