If you want to learn everything, the What's New in C # 8.0 article is a great place to start.
After working in C## for the better part of a decade, last year I went on a hiatus from the .NET ecosystem and dove in head-first on Node.js, TypeScript, and React. Now, I’m back! Since I’ve been writing C## code again and shaking off the rust, Visual Studio 2019 (and more specifically, the Roslyn analyzers) keep reminding me: “Fun fact: did you know you can do this new thing?”
After repeating this exercise approximately 26 times, I decided to do some actual research and see what’s changed with C## 8—I hope this helps you, too.
This article, while on the long side (sorry!), just mentions a few of my favorite improvements to the language. If you want to geek out on everything, the What’s New in C## 8.0 article is a great place to start.
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