What I Learned Porting .NETpad to C# (Premium)

I decided to port .NETpad from Visual Basic to C# in order to get up to speed on the latter language as quickly as possible. My plan is to use the more sophisticated C# language in at least the next few projects, and I didn’t want to have to worry too much about learning the language at the same time as learning a new framework.

I’ve mentioned this work a few times, most recently in ...

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