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Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour ’17 – Amsterdam

Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour ’17 – Amsterdam

Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice president of the Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group and his Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour ‘17 are coming on May 24th to Amsterdam. This is an exclusive – and FREE! – event for developers where the “man in the red shirt” will spend the day showing off the very latest advances in Microsoft Azure, Microsoft’s cloud services, advanced workloads and capabilities. I think this an event you do not want to miss!

Visual Studio 2017
Use ValueTuples in Visual Basic .NET

Visual Studio 2017
Use ValueTuples in Visual Basic .NET

Tuples are primitive types where you can easily combine multiple values to one variable. They are as a datatype not completely new for C# 7.0 or Visual Basic 15, but the way you can use them are, with the new System.ValueTuple type, is much improved. In this post I will show you how you can take advantage of the streamed syntax of value tuples.

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

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…

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