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Weekly Concerns: a Roslyn by any other name

April 18, 2014 mgroves 0 Comments
Tags: Weekly Concerns .NET git Roslyn JavaScript

Welcome to another "Weekly Concerns". This is a post-a-week series of interesting links, relevant to programming and programmers. You can check out previous Weekly Concerns posts in the archive.

  • Commit to Github or other public git repos without sharing your private information (like API keys and passwords and such)
  • ReSharper and Roslyn would seem to go together like a lime and a coconut, but it seems that's not in JetBrains's immediate plans.
  • However, DevExpress claims to be all-in with CodeRush and Roslyn. I don't know if these points of differentiation makes any difference right now, but could be interesting in, say, 6 months to a year from now.
  • I was able to see Gary Bernhardt's session "The Birth & Death of JavaScript" at CodeMash this year, which is now available as a video on Destroy All Software. It might seem like a satire at first, but it's actually a really deep, layered, and meaningful talk that should be of interest to everyone, not just JavaScript or web developers.

If you have an interesting link that you'd like to see in Weekly Concerns, leave a comment or contact me.


Matthew D. Groves

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Matthew D. Groves lives in Central Ohio. He works remotely, loves to code, and is a Microsoft MVP.

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