Exploring the possibilities of the Roslyn CTP - Jeff Griffin
The May NWNUG meeting has been changed to Tuesday May 22nd at the same venue, HCR Manorcare.
Exploring the possibilities of the Roslyn CTP
Since last September's Build conference, .Net Developers have been inundated with new information about things like Windows 8, Visual Studio 11, the open sourcing of the ASP.NET Web Stack, etc. One could be forgiven for sleeping on the C#/VB team's Compiler as a Service effort, dubbed “Roslyn”,or for not downloading the Roslyn Community Technology Preview. In this session, we will check out some of the interesting features already provided by the Roslyn CTP, explore what the current APIs have to offer, and discuss what possibilities might be in store for the future of C# and VB.NET development.
Jeff Griffin is an independent Software Consultant/Engineer in Columbus, Ohio. For over 8 years, he has been crafting solutions for employers and customers in Home and Industrial Automation, Entertainment Media, Medical Devices, Embedded Systems and Gaming Software. He specializes primarily in Tools and Integration on .NET platforms. Jeff is a reformed “Dark Matter Developer,” breathing new life into his career with community involvement through attending conferences, code camps and GiveCamps, working on being a more diligent blogger at griffinscs.com, and can be found on the Twitter @griffinscs.