This is a comment I recently saw on a headline-grabbing article about Swift: - I also don't think that "type inferring" is of great use. If you cannot be bothered to hack in a variable's data type, maybe you should not develop software in the first place. I was so infuriated by this comment that … Continue reading On Type Inference
An experienced Java developer colleague of mine has recently transferred into a .NET based team. He asked me, aside from the obvious things like reading up on the differences between C# and Java and getting a reference book or two on parts of .NET, what are the common practices or attitudes of .NET developers? How … Continue reading What makes a .NET developer?