What could go wrong if we call an overridable method from within a constructor?
If you’ve used static code analysis tools then you may have come across a warning instructing you not to call virtual methods in constructors.
This particular warning is one that should not be ignored, and nor should it be suppressed without good reason. It is of particular relevance to those moving to C# from some other object oriented languages which do not behave in quite the same way (more on that later). Continue reading C# Constructor Gotchas Part 1: Calling virtual methods from a constructor