As one of the premier venues on the Microsoft Ignite tour, Sydney Australia is set to be an amazing experience and DevExpress are proud to be a sponsor. Sydney has already laid on it’s best weather for the start of the week with perfect blue skies and warm 37°C days!
Come along and say a big G’Day to some of my European colleagues, DevExpress Technical Evangelist Don Wibier and John Martin. We will have fantastic swag to give away, as well as some live coding demos on the latest versions of all the DevExpress components and tools. It’s set to be a fun filled two days, if you’re going to be at the event, make sure you swing by our booth.
We look forward to seeing you there!
April 2014, I wrote a post about CodeRush vs ReSharper. At the time Roslyn was a hot topic, Microsoft were open sourcing their compiler technology, DevExpress wanted to take advantage of that while JetBrains didn’t (and for compelling reasons). Two and a bit years later the wrapper is about to be removed from the offical public release of CodeRush for Roslyn. Here’s what we expect:
- Blistering Fast
- Feature Rich
Since the announcement of the webinar next week there have been a number of social media posts questioning the position of CRR against other productivity tools such as ReSharper. The brains behind the original CodeRush product, Mark Miller made it clear that there is no reason developers cannot have both tools installed.
From a features perspective:
- Analyse Code Coverage
- Tons of Visual Studio Helpers
- 60+ Refactorings
- Code Providers
- Debug Visualizer
- Intelligent Symbol Search
- Member Organisation
- Unit Testing
- Code Cleanup
- Structural Highlighting
- Code Analysis
My job is to invite you to be the judge, join me August 2, 10am PST; to see all the new features, the speed and intuitive way CodeRush for Roslyn can improve your productivity as a developer. Of course, the session will be recorded, but if you join live, you can ask your questions in realtime 🙂
I’ve been a CodeRush (classic) user for over a decade, and more than happy to show how I personally use the features to make my development more productive.