.NET Compiler Platform ("Roslyn") for the Rest of Us

Posted by: C# Frequently Asked Questions, on 24 Jun 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

This post is brought to you by Beth Massi, a Program Manager on the Visual Studio team. If youve been reading this blog Im sure you know by now that the .NET Compiler Platform (code named "Roslyn") is the next generation of the Visual Basic and C# .NET compilers. But what does that mean? I was up in Redmond a couple weeks ago and I caught up with Dustin Campbell (Program Manager on the Managed Languages Team) and sat him down to explain Roslyn to me, a .NET developer. I mean, lets face...

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