Great video and tools! So, two questions having now watched the whole thing:
Could this service someday be integrated with Roslyn for providing in-line portability information and suggestions (or even transformations)?
What's the chance that this can be extended to XAML markup? IIRC there have been efforts to suggest SL/WPF => UWP mappings. Since it appears to be very pluggable, would also be great to see mapping suggestions (or transformations) to/from Xamarin Forms.
Is the OSS framework generic enough that it would allow API developers a scaffold to offer insights in portability either between it's own API surface (e.g. between versions), or even between it's API surface and that of another framework?
I'm 30 seconds in, and already excited. Thank you for bringing this tool to market. As a Silverlight and WPF dev, this is critical to understand where my apps need to change, and what sort of work is involved. Of particular interest is UWP for Windows 10 IoT on Raspberry Pi 2, and Xamarin.
Tuples, pattern matching, state machines, extension properties, ref returns/locals, array views/slices oh my!! Almost everything I want everyday in fluent scientific API design with C#. Throw in GADT's, move semantics, and C#/AMP and you're done with v7! :)
I "grew up" as a developer listening to TWC9. Thanks so much for all your hard work and enthusiasm; definitely helped inspire me to pursue software and technical computing as a key focus of my career in biomedical research. Looking forward to many more years with the new team!