Critical stuff that every junior C# developer must know

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Says Mosh Hamedani, author of courses on C# at udemy

Mosh, I just got my first junior level C# job. What advice do you have for me? What are some critical stuff I need to learn?

So, whether you’re looking for your first junior C# job, or you just got one, this post will give you an overview of the kind of skills that you need to be familiar with as a junior C# developer. I’ve tried to put it in a “learning path” that would give you direction, whether you want to build web or desktop applications.

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Stories about Christmas and New Year Bugs

Do you believe in magic? Of course not – it’s just against logic! Programmers are serious-minded and well-educated people of a realistic outlook. Well, you didn’t favor fairy tales as a child either, did you? OK, I’m not going to answer for you. Just please make yourself a cup of tea, peel a tangerine, look at the snowflakes falling outside the window, and only then go on to read this Story.

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We continue checking Microsoft projects: analysis of PowerShell

It has become a “good tradition” for Microsoft to make their products open-source: CoreFX, .Net Compiler Platform (Roslyn), Code Contracts, MSBuild, and other projects. For us, the developers of PVS-Studio analyzer, it’s an opportunity to check well-known projects, tell people (including the project authors themselves) about the bugs we find, and additionally test our analyzer. Today we are going to talk about the errors found in another project by Microsoft, PowerShell.

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