I've been writing applications in C# and .NET for about 4 years now. .NET in general is a great eco-system in which you can get started quickly with a relatively low entry point but you could spend years on mastery. One day I circled back to the most fundamental part of .NET and found out there was a whole lot more to learn about what and Object is and I want to share what I've learned.
--ABOUT OUR SPEAKER--
I am a Software Engineer at Applied Information Sciences (AIS) and relatively new to the game with almost 4 years of experience in C# and the .NET. I am an advocate for Clean Code, Humane Code and other variants of developing software that is structured not only to meet the requirements of the user, but also software that can be read and maintained because the code clearly communicates the intent of the code.