We've rewritten (and open sourced!) the C# and VB 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?
Learn about diagnostic analyzers, a key new feature of Visual Studio 2015 that lets a NuGet package introduce custom warnings and errors to your build. Analyzers let a NuGet package easily introduce custom warnings and errors to your build, along with automatic fixes in the IDE. We'll walk through the thought process and development of a simple diagnostic and code fix for the Regex API to see what it's like to quickly build analyzers for an API.
In this interview Brian breaks down the Prism library for building XAML applications. Microsoft recently open sourced Prism and put the community in charge of its direction. Brian happens to be one of the main contributors. It was a fun interview for me given how long I've known Brian personally.
It's time to leave this cryopreservation status and face reality. The bigfoot is real and with the help of a boar, are proving that CSS is so twentieth century. Getting to know "SASS + Grunt" is almost mandatory nowadays, and is a successful partnership that any frontend developer should have in their toolbox
Highlights from Scott Guthrie's keynote, Journey to the intelligent cloud.
Cloud is helping business and technical leaders worldwide turn the digital disruption into their advantage. How can you do the same? Gain insights from organizations successfully transforming using cloud, hear best practices first hand from customers and learn about some of the latest Microsoft innovations to enable your journey to the cloud. Presented by: Scott Guthrie