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DevDay 2020: Using Roslyn to improve your codebase

9 Nov 2020 1 mins Presentations & Speaking

I have to say, Belgium has a special place in my heart, so when my session for was accepted, I was happy. I would be happier if the conference would be in-person, but 2020 is what it is. Anyway. I’ll be talking about Using Roslyn to improve your codebase. Basically taking advantage of Roslyn’s open design where you can use various pieces of the whole compiler platform and create your own tools with the full power of “compiler” i.e. sematic analysis.

You can register on the site and I hope to see you in the chat room. If you’re Dutch speaking, I promise, I’ll sneak in at least one Dutch word into the session (although my vocalbulary is very very very limited) 😉.

Roslyn is not a black box compiler, but not only has a lot of extension points, but also lot of pieces and places you can use to analyze and understand your code. Not only that, you can also parse and modify or generate code safely with it.




Profile Picture Jiří Činčura is an independent developer focusing on data and business layers, language constructs, parallelism and databases. Specifically Entity Framework, asynchronous and parallel programming, cloud and Azure. He's Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and you can read his articles, guides, tips and tricks at