Episode 14: Interview Ted Neward

Filed in Episodes by on May 6, 2006 1 Comment

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Guest(s): Ted Neward

Host(s): Markus
In this Episode we talk to Ted Neward. Since Ted is active in the .NET and Java universes, we started out by discussing some of the differences between the two platforms. The main discussion, however, focussed on new features in the C# 3.0 language. These include LINQ (language-integrated query). A very interesting discussion about extension methods, lamda expression, typing (dynamic, duck, compiler) and other language “tricks” follows. We also visited the topic of language development on the .NET and Java platforms in general, also looking at topics such as concurrency and the Scala language.

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  1. ysw says:

    I think this dicussion misses the most ijportant thing about c#-lambdas which is their dual nature. Lambdas as they ar ein C# are either anonymous methods or expression trees and this is heavily used in LINQ.

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