.NET 5, 6, 7, and 8 for developers in a rush

Many developers are still using .NET Core 3.1, even though it reached EOL in 2022.

We now have .NET 5, .NET 6, and .NET 7 available, each with some improvements and new functionalities.

In this session, we're going to explore the most important things a .NET developer should know about the newest versions of the framework.

We will cover different topics, such as:

- new syntax (eg: new() for object initialization, primary constructor for classes, and more)
- new data types (eg: record types, PriorityQueues, DateOnly)
- new methods (eg: LINQ's minBy, ArgumentException's guard clauses)

This session targets C# developers who know that there are new versions of .NET but missed the improvements of the latest releases.

On average, this session takes 1 hour. I can add or remove topics to adjust its duration.

Davide Bellone

Senior software .NET developer | Microsoft MVP

Turin, Italy

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