My random thoughts on software development

Month: October 2016

VB.NET to C# – 02
Working with data types

The Common Type System (CTS) ensures that components written in C# or VB.NET can interact with each other. The CTS supports two general categories of types: Value types and Reference types. Value types directly contain data. An instance of a value type is either allocated on the stack or allocated inline in a structure. These types can be natively built-in (native data types), user-defined or enumerations. A reference type, in contrast to a value type, stores a reference to the value’s memory address and is allocated on the heap. A reference type can be a self-describing type, a pointer type or an interface type. As said, the native .NET types are in general fully compatible, but naming and assigning is different between VB.NET and C#.
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Will I see you at TechDays 2016?

In a few days Microsoft TechDays will start. This is the major Dutch tech event on Microsoft – and other open source technologies. On this event many (respectable!) speakers will have their sessions on various topics. Speakers you know from your local community, but also Microsoft employees from Redmond will visit Amsterdam. The event will be held on October 4 and 5 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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