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Introduction to C# 3.0
With the release of Microsoft .NET framework 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008, codenamed "Orcas", a bunch of new features were added to the C# language, under the name C# version 3. In the following chapters, I will show you some of the cool, new stuff that Microsoft added, in a constant effort to make it easier and faster for all their programmers to write good code.
Please be aware that you will need at least version 3.5 of the framework installed, as well as a version 2008 of your favourite IDE, either Visual Studio or one of the Express versions, to compile and take advantage of the examples.