This month Jay Hill will be presenting
Fluent Interfaces in C#: What, Why and How
Fluent APIs aren't just for third party libraries -- creating and consuming them as internal domain-specific languages can make your code more expressive and readable, while reducing defects. This session will go beyond method chaining to explore the nuances of implementing a fluent interface in C#, and demonstrate some little-known syntax tricks to maximize fluency. Over the course of the hour you'll build up a "Fluent Toolkit," a collection of strategies that you can employ to wrap your own code or existing APIs with a fluent interface.