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MSIL for the C# Developer – My First Pluralsight Course Released!

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MSIL for the C# Developer – My First Pluralsight Course Released!

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I’m very happy to tell you all that my first course on Pluralsight MSIL for the C# Developer has been out for about 2 weeks and is doing great! I’ve received great feedback on the content and I’m really looking forward to start working on my next courses.

MSIL for the C# Developer: In this course we look at MSIL; the code that is generated when you compile C#. We explore MSIL so that you get a better understanding of how C# works and how it is compiled.

Be sure to check it out and tell me what you thought about it!

Here are some highlights of the course:

  • Understand what happens when we compile C# code
  • Utilize MSIL inside your C# applications
  • Understand the TypeBuilder, MethodBuilder and how to create things in runtime
  • Understand a lot of different OpCodes and why it matters


Pluralsight offers a free Trial, get access to our entire library for 10 days (up to 200 minutes)!


I’m also happy to announce my upcoming course: Game programming with Python and PyGame! If you don’t know Python but want to get a crash course into how you can use it and make something fun out if it, this is going to be a perfect course for you. I can’t give you a definitive release date yet, so stay tuned.

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