Believe it or not, I actually do the CodeKata exercises myself. To make it more interesting, I’ve decided to use some of the problems I’ve posed as an excuse to learn C#. I’m running Microsoft’s Rotor on my Mac, and so far stuff seems to be working fine (if very, very slowly).
Anyway, I just finished my first C# program, an implementation of KataFourteen, the trigram generator. If there are any C# experts out there who’d have a minute to look through it and comment on my abysmal C# style I’d appreciate it. The code is here, and I run it here against Tom Swift and His Airship in Project Gutenberg. Feedback to email@example.com.