Deep Fried Bytes: Multiparadigmatic C# with Ted Neward

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode Keith and Woody sit down to discuss Multiparadigmatic C# with Ted Neward.  Yes it is a long word but C# has grown from “just” an object-oriented language into a language that is capable of expressing several different paradigms of software development: object-oriented, functional

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In this episode Keith and Woody sit down to discuss Multiparadigmatic C# with Ted Neward.  Yes it is a long word but C# has grown from “just” an object-oriented language into a language that is capable of expressing several different paradigms of software development: object-oriented, functional, and dynamic.


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Ted Neward is the Principal with Neward & Associates, where he specializes in high-scale enterprise systems, working with clients ranging in size from Fortune 500 corporations to small 20-person shops. He speaks on the conference circuit, including the No Fluff Just Stuff Symposium tour, discussing Java, .NET and XML service technologies, focusing on Java-.NET interoperability, programming languages, and virtual machine technologies. He has written several widely-recognized books in both the Java and .NET space, including the recently-released "Effective Enterprise Java", and the forthcoming "Professional F#". He lives in the Pacific Northwest.

Ted can be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tedneward

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