dotnetConf 2016 Session: The Power of Roslyn: Improving Your Productivity with Live Code Analyzers

Dustin Campbell gave yet another session about the .NET Compiler Platform (“Roslyn”), this time at the dotnetConf 2016 and about live code analyzers:

“Two years ago we open sourced the C# and Visual Basic compilers and exposed their functionality through APIs as the Roslyn project. The Roslyn analyzer API empowers the developer community to be more productive by lighting up their own features in the editor in real-time—meaning anyone can write a refactoring, code fix, code style rule, or code diagnostic. Come learn more about the Roslyn project and what these live analyzers mean for you and your productivity.”

I have added this  session to the Videos section of this website, but here you have the link: