Coding Guidelines for CSharp 3.0, 4.0 and 5.0

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Released: Nov 25, 2012
Updated: Oct 22, 2013 by dennisdoomen
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@ndmurph04 - maybe you could give some concrete examples? I found these guidelines among the best in all areas.
by tudor_turcu on Jul 3 at 2:20 PM
     
There is some value in the very basic stuff like naming conventions and general structural stuff, but when it gets to how you design your classes and objects, a non-trivial portion of these recommendations are the exact opposite of what developers should do to create well structured, high-performance web applications, so I would consider them desktop only guidelines. In some key areas, they also negate the performance benefits of the more recent language features.
by ndmurph04 on Jun 18 at 2:09 PM