Slides and Demos from Boston Code Camp

This past weekend, I was honored to speak at Boston Code Camp 24. I had two different talks.

The first was on creating Angular 1.x applications using TypeScript. It was a great audience, and I enjoyed the conversation that went along with the discussions. The slides and demos for this talk are available here on github. As always, the branches are labeled using the steps in the demo. You can follow along as the application grows.

The second talk was on creating Diagnostics and CodeFixes using the Roslyn APIs. This one had a smaller audience (which I expected). I was quite happy that the people who did attend were very interested in the topic. Slides and demos are here (on github again). The branches walk through the tasks of building a diagnostic and a codefix. The specific diagnostic was for Item 24 in More Effective C# (“Create only Non-Virtual Events”).

That brings me to my call to action for attendees. I’ll repeat it here: Would you be interested in a Roslyn based analyzer that enforced the rules in Effective C# and More Effective C#? Leave me a note here, and let me know what you think.

Created: 11/23/2015 4:28:37 PM

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