What is a compiler? We thought we knew… | Mads Torgersen at DDD Brisbane 2015

SSW TV was proud to sponsor and record 2015’s DDD event in Brisbane. This video features Mads Torgersen, Program Manager at Microsoft, who talks about compilers, specifically Roslyn. This is a fascinating talk and should be watched by any developer. From the description: Project “Roslyn” revamps C#’s fundamental compiler infrastructure, and challenges our concept of…

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What’s new in Visual Studio 2015 and ALM 2015 with Adam Cogan

Book Adam Now Visual Studio 2015 is going to be a huge change for both windows and non-windows developers. Thanks to a new/refreshing/cool/awesome change of attitude, Microsoft is embracing the winning tools in the development space and is building them into the next version of Visual Studio. The open sourcing of .NET Core 5 and…

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No More Deadlocks – Filip Ekberg

Do you find yourself in situations where your applications deadlock because of async and await? Do you want to make your applications more reliable? In this session Filip Ekberg talks about how to do asynchronous programming properly in .NET. Filip will show you the pitfalls and best practices which will help you along your way!…

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C# Is The Future – Filip Ekberg

The next version of C# is upon us so if you thought that this language was long forgotten by its creators come along on this journey where Filip will prove you otherwise! Filip will show you how C# has evolved over the years and what you might expect in the future. Are you ready to…

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Code Auditor and Roslyn – Happy Ever After | Danijel Malik

At SSW we care about quality. We care about it so much that we built a tool named Code Auditor which scans code and reports issues. It’s not really a secret that our rules relied on C# snippets and Regex patterns. Over time – as the C# language evolved – we started seeing false positives.…

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Introduction to iBeacons with Xamarin – Rod Howarth

Developers have been using GPS and WiFi location detection to enhance their mobile applications and reduce the amount of input required by users by detecting where the user is at a given point in time. However these location detection techniques can only give an accuracy of approximately 10 metres, and are unreliable when the user…

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A Xamarin.Forms Deep Dive

In this session Michael Ridland takes a in depth look at Xamarin.Forms and answers the hard questions. Watch this session if you want to know: How the Xamarin.Forms magic works? Can Xamarin.Forms work in serious applications? How you can push the limits of Xamarin.Forms? How to use Mvvm with Xamarin.Forms? A must watch for all…

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