The Future of C#
Since its introduction in 2002, C# has gone from strength to strength. This year, the C# team took their most radical step yet -- open sourcing the new "Roslyn" compiler, accepting contributions from external developers, allowing developers to fork their own copies, and taking language design discussions public. Amidst all this they found a bit of time to add some features to the language too!_x000D_ _x000D_ This talk introduces the features the team are planning for the next version of C#, and shows how the "Roslyn" .NET compiler platform makes it easier to build custom tooling and refactorings to suit your particular needs. More than just "What's New in C# 6," we'll discuss why this release of C# truly represents a step into the future.