Speaker: Dustin Campbell

The Power of Roslyn: Improving Your Productivity with Live Code Analyzers

The Power of Roslyn: Improving Your Productivity with Live Code Analyzers

Two years ago we open sourced the C# and Visual Basic compilers and exposed their functionality through APIs as the Roslyn project. The Roslyn analyzer API empowers the developer community to be more productive by lighting up their own features in the editor in real-time—meaning anyone can write a refactoring, code fix, code style rule, […]

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The Future of C#

Since Roslyn shipped last year we’ve been hard at work building on it to improve tooling, add new language features and enhance Roslyn itself. In this session Dustin and Mads will play with fire, showing early versions of new C# 7 language features such as tuples and pattern matching, new editor features like code style […]

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The Future of .NET Languages

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All Things Roslyn

All Things Roslyn

We’ve rewritten (and open sourced!) the C# and Visual Basic compilers, and exposed their functionality through APIs as the .NET Compiler Platform. Come along and find out what that means for you

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All Things VB

All Things VB

In this session Seth chats with Mads Torgersen and Dustin Campbell about new features coming in VB this year.

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C# and Visual Basic Code-Focused Development with Microsoft Visual Studio 2015

Visual Studio 2015 is productivity game changer for C# and Visual Basic! The .NET Compiler Platform ("Roslyn") enables many new experiences that will change the way you write and debug code. In this session, we dig into the new features that bring a new level of awesome to the C#/Visual Basic IDE experience and explore […]

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C# 6, VB14, and all Things Roslyn

with Mads Torgersen and Dustin Campbell

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What’s New in C# 6 and Visual Basic 14

C# 6 and Visual Basic 14 both add a number of bite-sized new features, all aimed at making your everyday code cleaner and clearer. Instead of introducing new concepts, each feature makes a common coding pattern simpler, and removes boilerplate to let the intent of the code stand out. In this talk we’ll walk you […]

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.NET Compiler Platform (“Roslyn”): Analyzers and the Rise of Code-Aware Libraries

We’ve rewritten (and open sourced!) the C# and Visual Basic compilers, and exposed their functionality through APIs as the .NET Compiler Platform. But what do these APIs mean for those who aren’t compiler jocks?

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