Here are the Slides from my talk at the BASTA! 2017 Jubiläumskonferenz in Mainz about the evolution of the user interface and the next step we have to go.… Read more “Slides from my session “CUIs & Das Microsoft Bot Framework” at the BASTA! 2017 Jubiläumskonferenz”
Here are the Slides from my talk about early feedback during development time, flexibility for customers and security as a Must-have. It’s nothing about management – it’s all… Read more “Slides from my session “Warum warten auf die IDE?” at the BASTA! 2017 Jubiläumskonferenz”
Thanks! I like to provide all the material from my sessions at the BASTA! Spring 2017 conference. Please find below the slides and all the code. But… Read more “Review BASTA! Spring 2017”
Here are the slides from my talk about the Microsoft .NET Compiler Platform (Roslyn) and Visual Studio extensions at the BASTA! 2016 conference in Mainz. Find a… Read more “Slides from my session “Roslyn – Produktivitätssteigernder Einsatz eines offenen Compilers” at the BASTA! 2016 Conference”
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.
The VS1 (Visual Studio 1) magazine published a new article from me about Visual Studio Extensions. Read how you can extend Visual Studio. Together with Roslyn (the Microsoft .NET Compiler Platform) you can unfold unlimited possibilities to write code-centric tools that help developers to be more productive and to write better code. So don’t miss issue 01/2016!
The Developer Open Space in Leipzig The #DevSpace is a swarm-funded developer conference in Leipzig (Germany) organized by Torsten Weber. From developers for developers. The conference has… Read more “#SpeakRoslyn at #DevSpace – Retrospect”
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)”