The Roslyn project is the next generation of C# and VB compilers but paradoxically it is not interesting because of the new features that will come into the next versions of the languages. Microsoft opened the compiler APIs publicly allowing the developers to create programs and tools which takes advantage of the syntactic and semantical analysis of the code.
During the session we will see how the developer can use the compiler APIs to format the sources, compile or understand the code even when it still contains errors. One of the most interesting uses of these APIs is the creation of semantic rules to enforce at compile time like, for example, guidelines or even static business rules.
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