Top 10 C# Best Practices (plus bonuses)
- Published on: Monday, December 19, 2016
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Learn what I believe are the top 10 best practices for C# developers. When you are programming in Visual Studio, I think these will help you do so better, more efficiently, and with less bugs. Once you see all 10 (plus the bonuses at the end), let me know what you think in the comments. Did I miss one? Do you disagree with one?
Thanks to Ralfs K and Julio M, here is a list of the best practices along with their video times:
0:00 - Intro
0:50 - Name things well
7:51 - One class per file
10:18 - Use properties not variables
12:57 - Methods should do one thing
23:27 - Keep it simple
28:21 - Be consistent
32:22 - Use curly braces for if statements
37:45 - Concatenate strings using $""
45:37 - Avoid global variables
48:39 - Use public modifier only when necessary
50:54 - Never trust the user (bonus)
52:24 - Plan before you build
55:31 - Concluding remarks
- Source: https://youtu.be/-9b8NRqjUFM