Scrum Master Tip – Many Voices

This is a quick tip that I struggled with when I started as a Scrum Master and wish someone told me about. Issue to Avoid One person talking for the majority of the time during retrospectives, although this applies to all meetings. Why is it a problem? One voice is not only boring for the […]

String interpolation in C# 6

This is the eighth part of a series of posts I’m making into Upcoming Language Feature Changes in C# 6. (Now Visual Studio 2015 is available, they’re not so “upcoming”). This is another really nice piece of syntactic sugar that makes the code more readable and less error prone. Very simply, this appears to be […]

Null-conditional operators in C# 6

This is the seventh part of a series of posts I’m making into Upcoming Language Feature Changes in C# 6. (Now Visual Studio 2015 is available, they’re not so “upcoming”). I’m going to come straight out and say that this is my favourite new language feature in C# 6. It’s going to get used a […]

Expression-bodied members in C# 6

This is the sixth part of a series of posts I’m making into Upcoming Language Feature Changes in C# 6. (Now Visual Studio 2015 is available, they’re not so “upcoming”). Back to the syntactic sugar updates this time, but again, I think this will be used a lot once it gets out in the wild. […]