Tag: .net core

Pattern Matching Constructs in C# 7

I have already covered local functions and tuples in C# 7. Today, I’ll play around with pattern matching. There’s actually two separate bits of syntax being called a single new feature. One extends the switch(){case} construct, the other extends is expressions. Like local functions and tuples, I think this adds some power for communicating the

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Finally: Proper Exception Assertion in MSTest

As part of the overhaul of everything Visual Studio and .Net Core, there is an overhauled testing framework. Microsoft has been informally calling the MSTest V2. The most exciting part of this is the fact that we’ve finally have Assert.ThrowsException and its async counterpart Assert.ThrowsExceptionAsync as part of the framework. Unfortunately, MS didn’t completely abandon […]