Slides and Code from My SLODUG Session
This Tuesday, the Slovenian Developers User Group organized the annual meetup with the highest-voted sessions from the NT conference. Unfortunately, the second speaker couldn't make it back to Slovenia in time due to unforeseen circumstances. Since we couldn't find a different speeker on such a short notice my session about C# 8 was the only one at the event.
In response to additional time available I invited the attendees to engage in conversation for the whole duration of the session. This resulted in a couple of really interesting discussions about the individual language features and their impact on how the code will be written in the future. I was particularly glad when scenarios were brought up which I didn't think about before.
During the session, I also mentioned the issue of
base() syntax (in relation to default interface methods) not being supported in C# 8 anymore, although it worked in a previous preview which I used in May at the NT conference. After the session I got a response to the issue I opened about it: the feature was removed from C# 8 and is currently planned for C# 9.
Thanks to everyone who attended the event, despite the second session being canceled. Your questions and opinions made it more interesting and educational for everyone.