I love all the things introduced, and I agree, it promotes readibility.
However Nullable has my head scratching quite a bit.
C#8.0 introduces a way to deal with null, yet it also provides numerous escape roads. So I advise not to use it, explained in the article why not to do it...
Whilst I admire the efforts that have gone into making the world more null-safe, I fear that all the escape roads given make this feature not only useless but dangerous and confusing. Crucially this is where the feature fails massively in its goal to get rid of null reference exceptions. In fact, you could argue it makes it even worse as it masks, gives you exit-strategies (like goto).
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