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Pickup Lines In .NET

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Imagine if everyone in the world knew .NET programming. The world might be a bit strange, but at least these pickup lines might work.

If I were a generic collection, I'd be strongly typed for you.

You must be the latest version, because I've been checking you out.

I have a small problem. I put an object in a Dictionary, but I lost the key! Can you come back to my place and help me look for it?

A TypeConverter just returned my heart, and it's ready to assign to you.

Let's turn off option strict and do some late night binding.

So, what's your hash code?

Dan Kahler Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Scott, you need some serious F1...
Sachin Joshi Tuesday, July 25, 2006
The guys will be in trouble if it throws an exception :)

Very interesting Scott, how about adding some fun in your technical blogs/articles too.
Haacked Tuesday, July 25, 2006

These lines are so IDisposable and ready for garbage collecting. ;)

But in that spirit, here's my groaners. haacked.com/.../PickupLinesIn.NET.aspx

SharpGIS Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Wanna to come to my place and reflect your properties? ;-)
Sahil Malik Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Creating .NET pickup lines are a bit like opening a strip bar in antartica. Who are you gonna use 'em on?

FWIW, "Woooooo!! Check out the interfaces on that!! :)"
Haacked Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Sahil, perhaps someone looking for a rich geek husband (or wife) at the next Tech-Ed. These aren't for us geeks, but for those trying to land one. ;)
Sahil Malik Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Sure .. here is a choice picking from this year's TechED

Dave Reed Thursday, July 27, 2006
When the wife takes the husbands name, you could say she's joining his namespace. Which of course takes some refactoring to fix all the broken references...
just another geek Friday, July 28, 2006
what's a class like you doing in an assembly like this?
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