Pluralsight Summer Watch List

Posted by Filip Ekberg on July 23 2013 5 Comments

I’d like to share the list of courses on Pluralsight that I’d like to watch during this summer. It’s always great to refresh your mind and skills! If you don’t know what Pluralsight is and if you don’t have an account head over to Pluralsight.com and get a free trial! Here comes my summer watch […]

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2012 was an amazing year, here’s a summary!

Posted by Filip Ekberg on January 8 2013 1 Comment

Saying that a lot happened in 2012 is probably an understatement. At least both on this blog and in my personal life, a bunch of amazing things have happened. I really hope that your previous year was good and let’s hope for an even better 2013. To start this year off I want to summarize […]

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Things in C# you might have missed

Posted by Filip Ekberg on September 18 2012 14 Comments

A while back I did a short programming quiz on my blog and a lot of you responded to each question with interesting ways to solve those puzzles. Here is a list with those questions among other interesting things that you might now have used in your day-to-day development. Bits n’ Bytes The more you […]

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A summary of 2011 and a look at what is about to come

Posted by Filip Ekberg on January 5 2012 5 Comments

Happy 2012 folks! I hope you all had a wonderful new years eve! The year 2011 has been very interesting, we’ve had the opportunity to see some very exciting things that is about to reach the market. I’d like to summarize what I’ve been writing about in 2011 and breifly tell you guys what’s about […]

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Generic Programming in C#

Posted by Filip Ekberg on July 25 2011 5 Comments

This is my fourth screencast, talking about generic programming in C#. In this session I talk about how life was before we had Generics and then I talk about what generics solves for us. If you have any questions please leave me a comment.

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C# 4.0 Using the Dynamic Keyword

Posted by Filip Ekberg on July 21 2011 Leave a Comment

This is my third screencast, talking about the dynamic keyword in C# 4.0. In this session I talk briefly about the dynamic keyword, where you might have seen it before and give some examples on how you can use it. I won’t go in to depth on the DRL, ExpandoObject or when/when not to use […]

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More C# screencasts on the way!

Posted by Filip Ekberg on July 11 2011 Leave a Comment

It seems like the videos on C# 5 and the Async CTP were appreciated so I am working on some more screencasts. They will be a bit different than the Async CTP videos though. The major difference will be that they will be shorter, I will try not to break 10-15 minutes in order to […]

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C# 5 Async CTP – Old VS New – Video screencast

Posted by Filip Ekberg on June 20 2011 Leave a Comment

This is my second screencast, talking about the C# 5 async ctp. In this session I show how you can refactor old code that is using the task parallel library or a background worker to run time consuming operations asynchronously. I also touch the surface on what continuation is and how it has been acheived […]

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C# 5 Async CTP – Async in Action – Video screencast

Posted by Filip Ekberg on June 11 2011 Leave a Comment

I recently recorded a screencast talking about the C# 5 Async CTP, keep in mind that this is my first screencast ever, so please give me your constructive comments. Here’s the video, hope you like it:

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