What's new in C# 8 - Part 1

with Mads Torgersen

Announcing .NET Core 3.0

How do you know whether a parameter you're passing or a result you're receiving can be null? With nullable reference types in C# 8.0 the answer is no longer "read the documentation": It's right there in the code, and C# will tell you when a null goes where it's not supposed to go. We'll look at the feature and how to embrace it in your own code.