Part 4 of the C# Generics video series is now available: C# Generics - Part 4: Nested Generics. This time we take the generic interface (from Part 2) and combine it with our generic factory method (from Part 3). The result is a nested generic. The syntax looks a bit strange, but it's not difficult to understand when we break it into its component parts.
The series will continue with an upcoming video on generic constraints and the "default" keyword.
C# Generics (Playlist)