by Mark Rendle
C# 3.0 and LINQ gave us anonymous delegates, lambdas and closures, and C# 4.0 improved on them. But these “functional” features have applications beyond messing about with IEnumerable<T>. In this session I’ll present 10 simple and not-so-simple uses of first-class functions to help cut down on repeated code and improve maintainability, and hopefully leave the audience with a new and exciting way of approaching coding problems.
11th–13th January 2012