Just posted a new article on Binary-Studio Blog about new feature of C# 7.0 syntax – pattern matching.
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I was clearing out my fabric about 6 months ago and this fabric was added to the Chuck It Out pile (it got to a grand total of 10 pieces of fabric out of a stash of nearly 200 that I didn’t actually want.) About 2 months later, we did actually come to chucking it out, we had had ambitious plans about selling stuff on Facebook sales communities, but in the end what was chucked out was so little and all the shit quality stuff, that there didn’t seem much point doing anything with it but sending it to the recycling bin. 467 more words
The power of Algebraic Data Types comes to the fore when dealing with complex problem domains. Most modern languages tend towards supporting some form of ADTs, but the complexity of expressing such paradigms is not completely lost when compared to languages that were designed with such support in mind. 639 more words
There are many arguments on the web regarding the switch-case statement. It seems that half of the programmers think that switch-case statement is actually an anti-pattern, and other half claims there are in fact use cases for this concept. 1,661 more words