Open Source Hacking the CoreCLR

A session at .NET Fringe Conference

Monday 13th April, 2015

2:05pm to 2:35pm (PST)

Microsoft has recently open sourced the CoreCLR, moving a bunch of awesome code out into the open. This talk will focus on the impact and experience of this from the open source side. Microsoft is still leaning how to open such a large codebase, and support the community. As the contributor of the OSX port of CoreCLR, I've been at the forefront of this experience, and will share the lessons I've learned along the way about the technology, the community and interacting with upstream.

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Geoff Norton

I do stuff. Programming stuff. Food stuff. Currently in the bay area. bio from Twitter

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34 attendees

  • Adron Hall
  • alistair beck
  • Ariel Ben Horesh
  • Aubrey Francois
  • Brandon Morales
  • Bridge.NET
  • Christopher
  • Chris Trombley
  • Dave Evans
  • Valerie Roske
  • Rob Reynolds
  • Dave Bordoley
  • Geoff Norton
  • Greg Mason
  • Bar Arnon
  • Marty Hope
  • Ian Cooper
  • Janak
  • Jb Evain
  • Joe Waid
  • Justin Rusbatch
  • Kirsten Winters
  • Miles Strombach
  • Chris Lunt
  • Nicholas Carey
  • Joshua Shannon
  • Jasmine
  • Ryan Riley
  • Ron Scott
  • Sean Killeen
  • Josh Luth
  • Immo Landwerth
  • Terry Tice
  • Sergei Vorobev

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Time 2:05pm2:35pm PST

Date Mon 13th April 2015


Mezzanine, Bossanova Ballroom

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