I often spend a lot of time talking to new software development graduates at Xero about the benefits of the mighty language C# and despite my absolute enthusiasm and excitement for this brilliant language which has delivered us such treasures such as LINQ, I often find the standard response “But Dominic we use Java at Uni and it’s really cool”. While this is not a great response, I have to accept that most Universities (In Australia) teach mostly either Java or Python.
So I was really lucky to come across this little gem of an article on C-sharpcorner that not just talks about the benefits of C# but also has a little history lesson on C#:
Nice and simple and will only take you a short time to get a sample multi-lingual app working.
I came across this excellent article a few days ago summarising current JS frameworks for .NET web developers:
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Another great article on things to do before you commit your code … heavy focus on .net tooling support