Join us in a ‘testing’ session on C# language. We’re going to cover beginner and intermediate level information in the Questions and Answers that will be shown. Some of them are trivia(l), some of them are object-oriented patterns, and some are just basic language knowledge. See if you think you know as much as you should to become a good practical C# developer!
Speaker: Muljadi Budiman
Budiman is a great presenter, but this presentation was hardly "practical." As JustMe said, no one would ever program like that (in their right mind, anyways.) The presentation was mostly "reverse engineer this complicated string printout" and less "let's look at common practical problems," which is what I thought the presentation would be more like. On another note, I did get a 500-level question right (the presentation was in Jeopardy format) but was not offered a prize because I wasn't "quick enough." Others answered other questions just as fast and got prizes. I like Budiman but was thoroughly annoyed at the inconsistencies. Better questions next year and more practical topics, please.
Great format, although I thought some of the questions were way "out" there. No one would ever program that way. Perhaps combine the format with last year's presentation on "What Every Developer Should Know".
Excellent! Lots of fun, with some good brain-teasers.
Mul is a very engaging and energetic speaker, would love to see him do more presentations next year. Awesome!
A creative approach toward what could have been a very dry subject. It kept every listener engaged and thinking. Good job!
So much fun you should do this every year!