New features of C#8.0

SSW’s Andreas Lengkeek talks with ‘the C# guy’ Filip Ekberg on the new features of C# 8.0 and what’s coming down the line. They discuss:

– Nullable Types
– Async Streams
– Pattern Matching
– Coming up features

About the speakers

About the speakers

Andreas Lengkeek and Filip Ekberg

Andreas Lengkeek

Andreas is an experienced Software Developer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry.

Andreas' main skills focus on .NET Core, Angular and React applications with bootstrap/material design, leveraging technologies like EF Core and Identity to provide the clients with rich user experiences.

Andreas is highly motivated, with strong technical skills, which allows him to understand and convert complex business requirements into software solutions.

Filip Ekberg

Filip is the author of C# Smorgasbord and a handful of Pluralsight courses, speaker at events and user groups around the globe, Microsoft and Xamarin MVP. He loves teaching fellow developers how to master C# by understanding important concepts such asynchronous programming, MSIL and much more.

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