If you don't read Eric Lippert's Fabulous Adventures In Coding, you're really missing out on some great stuff.
I've been reading his blog for years and it's always an entertaining read. I caught a presentation Eric gave at the MVP Summit in 2008 and also had an opportunity to speak with him one-on-one that year as he attended the C# dinner at Maggianos. He's a guy that has so much knowledge, you wonder why his head doesn't explode! :)
I decided to write about Eric's blog today because I only take time to read his posts if I'm sure I have time to let them soak in. Some blogs I subscribe to just get a quick glance-over looking for good material. But Eric's is always good so I've got a number of his posts from the past few weeks that I just caught up on this morning. A few gems:
"foreach" vs. "ForEach": I always wondered why .NET didn't provide a ForEach extension method. Now I know.
In Foof We Trust: A Dialogue: A great Q&A style post where Eric answers a question on why implementing an obviously cool and useful feature can quickly become very complicated.