25.05.2022 | 

Webinar: Roslyn Source Generators in .NET 6

In diesem Webinar lernen Sie, wie Sie einen Incremental Roslyn Source Generator implementieren, welcher mit .NET 6 verfügbar wurde.

Zuerst sehen wir uns einen Roslyn Source Generator in Aktion an und werden anschließend gemeinsam einen implementieren.

Das Webinar richtet sich an alle im .NET-Umfeld, die nach einer Möglichkeit suchen, den "boilerplate code" zu reduzieren. Kenntnisse mit anderen Code Generatoren und Reflection sind von Vorteil, aber keine Voraussetzung.

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Pawel Gerr ist Architekt und Consultant bei Thinktecture. Er hat sich auf .NET Core Backends spezialisiert und kennt Entity Framework von vorne bis hinten.


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Marco Frodl

Marco Frodl ist Consultant bei der Thinktecture AG und versteht sich als ein IT-Dolmetscher zwischen Developern und Anwendern.


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