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Thursday, October 19, 2006

Refactoring with Generics

Kathleen Dollard, Northern Colorado .NET SIG

Generics open up new opportunities to increase the robustness of your code, improve its performance, and significantly reduce the total amount of code you write. After a brief introduction to generic syntax, this talk dives into using generics to improve the quality of your code. You'll see how easy it is to shift your current collections to generic collections and learn about new features such as robust sorts, finds, and filters across collections. You'll learn how to write your own generic methods and classes. Finally you'll see how to leverage the spectrum of generic possibilities in a business object hierarchy that reduces the total lines of code by about 50%. You'll walk out of this talk understanding how to use generics to improve your own applications.

Prizes for this event:

1- MCAD/MCSD Self-Paced Training Kit: Microsoft .NET Core Requirements, Exams 70-305, 70-315, 70-306, 70-316, 70-310, 70-320, and 70-300
4 - Introducing Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System
1 - Writing Secure Code 2nd Edition
1 - Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System
1 - ComponentOne Reports for .NET
Assorted t-shirts


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