I’ve uploaded all the sources and slides of my Cxncel presentation to GitHub. Enjoy.
I’ve uploaded all the demo content and presentation slides.
Source files are on github, Docker images are on Docker hub. Give it a try.
Attached are the demo, the slides and enhanced Syntax Tree visualizer that I was showing at my NT Konferenca 2012 Project Roslyn talk on Thursday.
Hope you've enjoyed the talk. Now, start producing those Roslyn extensions!
Roslyn project.ppt (326.50 kb)
IoChelper.zip (29.38 kb)
SyntaxDebuggerVisualizer.7z (46.30 kb)
I have to say that I really liked this year’s Bleeding Edge event. It happens rarely that all the pieces fit together: weather was excellent, location was beautiful, I enjoyed my trip (part by train, part by bicycle), attendees were just great and my presentation was a nice interactive (with attendees) one – just as I like. I gave a ton of swag and shown how to enhance your development experience with extending/using CodeRush DXCore, PostSharp or just by using CSharpCompiler.
Hopefully the attendees did like the presentation as well.
Download the few slides below and see you at the next Bleeding Edge!
Prevajalnik kot storitev.ppt (586.50 kb)
Microsoft is working on compiler as a service codenamed Roslyn for Visual Studio 11 which is supposed to come sometime next year, I assume towards the end of the 2012. Not much is known and Roslyn might be less feature rich as one might expect. Microsoft announced at Build conference that they’ll release some Roslyn CTP bits in a few weeks time.
The good news is that you can already use compiler as a service today through tools such as CodeRush(commercial)/CodeRush Xpress(free), PostSharp(commerical) and custom coding. Even if some tools are commercial, they provide a tremendous value.
Anyway, after a sabbatical year, I’ll talk again at the Bleeding Edge. In fact I’ll be talking about how to leverage these tools and use compiler as a service for improving both design time coding and your applications in general.
But most importantly, I'll be giving a lot of swag away :-)
See you at Bleeding Edge - do stop by and say hi.
Tomorrow I am talking about new features in C# 4.0 at NT Konferenca in Portorož, Slovenia and I’ll be there through all day. So if you want to hear what features were added to C# in its latest incarnation you are welcome to attend the presentation taking place in Emerald 1, 14:45 - 16:00.
Later I’ll participate in MVP Panel in MSTech (Pečina), 16:30 - 17:30 and as a SLODUG lead I’ll be present at SloUG meeting in Sunset, 17:30 as well.
If you just want to talk about something .net-ish or just want to say hi, feel free to find me as I’ll be lurking around during my free time.
BTW, the official NT Konferenca twitter tag is #ntk10.
Yesterday I held a presentation (as the part of Bleeding Edge 2009 conference) on how to make ASP.NET MVC applications strong typed by using CodeSmith and CodeRush (actually by using its free DXCore part). Attendees were great and the presentation went well. Attached are the slides in Slovene and source code in C#.
If you are interested in the topic you might read my previous blog posts as well:
Thanks everybody for attending the presentation.
Here are the slides used in my Parallel programming in .net 4.0/Visual Studio 2010 presentation (Slovene language) on NT Konference 2009. I hope you had good time during the presentation.
Parallel Extensions.zip (283.15 kb)