Slides from my Session “Dream-Team: Roslyn & Visual Studio Extensions”.
Make evolvability really tangible while coding: that’s what Force Feedback Programming (FFP) is about. Here, we introduce FFP.
My annual review of 2015. What I have done with .NET, in the community and for myself. Including collected feedback to Microsoft.
Microsoft shows new design for the Product Backlog Item edit dialog in Visual Studio Online. Here is my review.
MSDN Dive – Week 41 UML models helps you to design and understand your application architecture. Further, you can use the UML models for your documentation, not… Read more “MSDN Dive – Week 41”
MSDN Dive – Week 39 Last week we saw the TAP – Task-based Asynchronous Pattern, which is the recommended new approach for asynchronous programming in the Microsoft .NET… Read more “MSDN Dive – Week 39”
MSDN Dive – Week 38 The Asynchronous Programming Model (APM) and the Event-based Asynchronous Pattern (EAP) are marked as legacy by Microsoft. The new pattern is called… Read more “MSDN Dive – Week 38”
MSDN Dive – Week 37 Today I want to show you some documentation that is not directly from the MSDN. Instead, it comes from the team that… Read more “MSDN Dive – Week 37”
Motivation The new Microsoft .NET Compiler Platform (Roslyn) provides APIs for the whole compilation process, beginning from syntax analysis, over symbol analysis, binding and code generation. You… Read more “Inside the .NET Compiler Platform – Performance Considerations during Syntax Analysis (#SpeakRoslyn)”