"Is this code really used? Do we need to pull this code in? Not really, so we can keep that aside."
Do these new static analysis tools allow tree shaking (like Dart)? Could they be applied to vanilla .NET assemblies as well?
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The Bill Gates video's link is broken. Remove the redundant %20 from the end.
^ this. same thing for Bill Hill:
Bacterianomicon looks awesome! I'm in for penicillin!
Oh nice, there's even a Mac Pro icon: http://i.imgur.com/xUOEhKk.png
Great TWC9, thanks. Re: C# 6:
2) Structural typing + tuple literals + generic tuple type inference + tuple/generic type return values & tooling
3) Generic type constraints for sealed classes (expression problem re-re-visited...)
4) Expression methods
5) Extension properties
6) Static interfaces (or some other code contract that works with static methods for APIs etc)
7) CLR-optimized array "slice" accessors/iterators
Awesome, thanks for the video! Just pulled the trigger on a 2X. Disolvable filament is brilliant!
I think there's an extraneous low-volume audio track in this video. E.g. at minute 3.
Like Such a great resource, thanks C9!
My personal thoughts are that for indie developers, we provide a totally free way to watch *every* session online in < 24 hours. That's unheard of in our industry. The total cost is $0.
If you are an indie developer, then I totally understand the importance of reducing costs. Traveling and airfare to an event can even cost as much as a pass to a conference like Build ($250/night for hotel, $400-1,200 on airfare depending on domestic vs international, food, etc).
If I was an indie developer, I would:
- Watch the live streams and ask questions during live Q&A
- Watch all the sessions that are relevant to me
- Attend FREE Microsoft training like our 1-2 day dev camps on Windows, Phone, Azure, Web - http://www.devcamps.ms/. The best thing about these camps is that they are so many that you may not have to incur any travel costs to attend.