Hi all, it's me again. For those who don't know me, I'm a tester on the C# IDE team at Microsoft. I already had a blog outside (http://kirillosenkov.blogspot.com), but now I decided to move to blogs.msdn.com, for the sake of consistency with the rest of the team. If you were reading my old blog, you won't miss anything if you switch to this one.
To give the rest of you an idea of what I blog about, here's the list of all my postings from the previous blog:
As you can see, I'm interested in API design, language design, writing clean code, developer tools and architecture. Well, since this post already contains a lot of links, I'll go ahead and list even more random links that I find interesting. BTW I use del.icio.us to accumulate all of my links: http://del.icio.us/KirillOsenkov
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Welcome to the fortieth issue of Community Convergence. This week we have two new releases of note: We
I've been following Charlie Calvert's blog http://blogs.msdn.com/charlie and every now and then in his Community Convergence he posts a link to your blog.
Last week I added your blog feed to my reader and will for sure follow your posts.
I've read each one of your posts here on MSDN so that I could be updated with your valuable content.
What I can tell you is that your posts are really helpful and I learned some interesting things as implementing the Command design pattern with Generics - http://blogs.msdn.com/kirillosenkov/archive/2008/08/19/how-i-started-to-really-understand-generics.aspx. Really clean and beautiful code as we strive to implement always.
Your way of writing and explaining things is really motivating. I really appreciate the observations you add after presenting the code.
Keep the great job! :)
All the best,
Thanks Leniel! It's great to hear!