.NET Oxford is a developer user-group / meetup based in Oxfordshire. Whilst aimed at .NET developers, the topics we cover are "anything of interest" to a .NET developer - so we also cover plenty of other related technologies. For an idea of the topics we've covered so far, see the tag-cloud on our website: https://www.dotnetoxford.com.
Now more than ever, it's such an amazing time to be a .NET developer with all that's going on at Microsoft with both .NET Core, Azure, and the open-source community.
One of the features added in C# 9 is called "source generators", enabling a developer to create new code at compile time. This can be used for a myriad of cases, such as optimization, automating repetitive code, and dynamic API creation. In this session, Jason will cover how source generators work and demonstrate a number of implementations.
➖ Speaker Bio
Jason Bock is a Developer Advocate at Quicken Loans and a Microsoft MVP (C#). He has over 25 years of experience working on a number of business applications using a diverse set of frameworks and languages. He is the author of ".NET Development Using the Compiler API", "Metaprogramming in .NET", and "Applied .NET Attributes". He has written numerous articles on software development issues and has presented at a number of conferences and user groups. He is a leader of the Twin Cities Code Camp (http://www.twincitiescodecamp.com). Jason holds a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Marquette University. Visit his web site at http://www.jasonbock.net.
Dan Clarke - Integration Testing in ASP.NET Core Daniel James Bryars - Naked Types Simon Painter - The data that's hidden right under your 6e6f7365 Matt Nield - (title coming soon) Adam Storr - (title coming soon) Kev Smith - (title coming soon)