Great way to experiment with code begins this weekend. 7DRL is your chance to build a game in 7 days or a bit longer. I am up to my 6th attempt and given only 2 success’s I need to lift my game this year and it’s a high difficulty factor for me.
Want to know more:
Really nice short whitepaper on C# History, Current Uses and new things in C# 7:
If you haven’t seen it yet – please please watch “Blade Runner”. It’s my favourite film if all time.
My favourite quote:
“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.”
This is just gold. For any newbie touching C# please read this document – covers some really simple yet very important guidelines:
Huge thanks toRibit, CiT, Canberra Uni and ANU for having me present the Xero vacation program at Get Connected Canberra #2. Neha Sood (Grad Developer – Xero) came along with me, and we did some really great micro interviews with Students.
I got to provide a 30 sec brief on Xero and out vacation program for Software Engineers and we then spent around 90 minutes doing mini-interviews
Was a really great night and met a bunch of sensational students interested in coding.
For any students who attended who are interested in learning more about C#/.NET check out lots of articles/links on this site as well as a bunch of other cool websites for .NET learning resources including: http://www.asp.net and http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/