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Tech Event @ Microsoft

Griffin K.
GtKilb
Minneapolis, MN
Post #: 1
Hi All -

Magenic's App Dev Practice Lead and Microsoft’s 2015 MVP, Jason Bock, is coming into town later this month and I thought this might be an interesting session for you and maybe some folks from your team (This is a no-charge event.)

Abstract: With the new Compiler API, Microsoft have let .NET developers get access to the internals of the compilation process. The impact of having the compiler infrastructure available for all developers is immense. In this session, you'll get a tour of the elements behind this new API, such as syntax trees, parsers, formatters, scripting, and so much more. You'll also see how you can use them in diagnostic analysis and refactoring tools.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM (PDT)
Microsoft Technology Center
3 Park Plaza 16th Floor
Irvine, CA 92614


Registration

Jason Bock is a Practice Lead for Magenic (www.magenic.com) and a Microsoft MVP (C#). He has nearly 20 years of professional experience and has worked on a number of business applications using a diverse set of frameworks and languages such as C#, .NET, and JavaScript. He is the author of "Metaprogramming in .NET", "Applied .NET Attributes", and "CIL Programming: Under the Hood of .NET". He has written numerous articles on software development issues and has presented at a number of conferences and user groups. Jason holds a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Marquette University. Visit his web site at www.jasonbock.net.

Please contact me directly if you have any questions. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Griffin Kilber
griffk@magenic.com
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