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Intoducing Micorosoft’s Roslyn compiler as a service

I had a great time Tuesday night speaking at the Charlotte Enterprise Developers Guild.  Thanks to all who came out to the presentation!

Here are the slides and sample code:

Slides and Sample code

Hope you enjoy…

 

Intoducing Micorosoft’s Roslyn compiler as a service

I will be speaking for the Charlotte Enterprise Developers Guild on Tuesday, July 24.

Here is my presentation summary:

Taking a look at Microsoft’s Roslyn compiler as a service. If you ever wanted to build your eval engine in .NET, now is the time. We will take a look at building your own Read-Evaluate-Print-Loop (REPL) engine. We will also see how can we use Roslyn to support buidling your templating engine.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Introducing Microsoft’s Roslyn compiler as a service

April 12, 2012 Leave a comment

I had a great time speaking to the Charlotte ALT.NET user group.

Here are the slides and sample code from my presentation:

Slides and Code Samples

Thanks to all who came out and showed up!

Introducing Microsoft’s Roslyn compiler as a service

I will be speaking for the Charlotte ALT.NET group on Tuesday, April 10.

Here is my presentation summary:

Taking a look at Microsoft’s Roslyn compiler as a service. If you ever wanted to build your eval engine in .NET, now is the time. We will take a look at building your own Read-Evaluate-Print-Loop (REPL) engine. We will also see how can we use Roslyn to support buidling your templating engine.

Looking forward to it!