Finally able to grab a minute to post my code and slides from the Introduction to Generics presentation that I did this past weekend at the Alabama Code Camp at the University of Alabama.
This is the abstract from the presentation:
With the release of the 2.0 version of the .NET Framework, Generics became first class citizens in the Common Language Runtime. Yet, many still shy away from using them because of perceived difficulty or other misconceptions. This presentation will seek to dispel a few of these myths and offer a gentle introduction into using Generics on a daily basis. Along the way, I’ll also demonstrate language enhancements in the .NET 3.5 runtime that lend themselves nicely to working with Generics.
Get the download here.
Note: The code is compiled on Visual Studio 2008 (Orcas) Beta 2. The only project in the solution that uses .NET 3.5 specific code is the Collections project. This uses C# 3.5 Automatic Properties and Property Initializers.