Omnisharp: .NET sans Microsoft

A session at .NET Fringe Conference

Tuesday 14th April, 2015

4:20pm to 4:50pm (PST)

It used to be that if you wanted to write .NET code you would be completely reliant on Microsoft for their tools, frameworks and even their operating system. Now things are changing. The .NET open source community has grown in size, and with it, so have your options for frameworks and libraries. Microsoft have even annouced that they are building a cross platform CLR, so you are no longer reliant on Windows. The release of Roslyn and its rich code analysis API's is bringing with it a new wave of lightweight cross platfrom editors that can replace Visual Studio.

In this talk I will discuss some of these technologies, tools and libraries, and demonstrate their viability to show you that there is a new way of developing in the .NET world.

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Mathew Mcloughlin

Head of Development at Enyanga bio from LinkedIn

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23 attendees

  • Andrew Skotzko
  • Bob Schroeder
  • Brandon Morales
  • Bridge.NET
  • Christopher
  • Dave Evans
  • Valerie Roske
  • Rob Reynolds
  • Marty Hope
  • Ian Cooper
  • Janak
  • Jb Evain
  • Joe Vetta
  • Joe Waid
  • Josh van Eikeren
  • Justin Rusbatch
  • Miles Strombach
  • Mathew Mcloughlin
  • Nicholas Carey
  • Joshua Shannon
  • Ron Scott
  • Terry Tice
  • Sergei Vorobev

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Time 4:20pm4:50pm PST

Date Tue 14th April 2015


Main Stage, Bossanova Ballroom

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