My previous post posed some C# questions based on some code with incomplete output. This post provides the answers… don’t cheat now…
Archive for February, 2008
I’ve been thinking about writing a technical test for my employer, and thought that I would start by following-up on my last post, and create a basic test on types and how they are passed as parameters.
Today I’m going to cover some basics in C# – the difference between Reference and Value types.
(and how your Client can Delight You)
Yesterday’s post reminded me just how much value I have begun to place in my working-relationship with our on-site client-liaison. She has a fiery temperament, is outspoken and very different from me, differences which I have come to appreciate. And let’s not forget, in an otherwise all-male office, she is a she and, sad but true, it really does help to have a little bit of a mix of the sexes.
Some time ago I wrote about the joys of working for my new employer, in a low overhead environment. I think I can now say with some certainty that this has become a confused and un-managed environment. We’ve grown quite some way since I wrote that entry, and this has been a substantial contributor to the situation.