C# (or Java) developers looking to cut down amount of repetitive boilerplate code but wary to let go of safe harbour of compile time checking
Approach of incorporating conventions to cut down on repetitive boilerplate code has been around for several years. How can we apply this approach in a staticaly typed language, like C#, to best leverage its strenghts while retaining benefits of the language and .NET plaftorm?
This talk will push the boundaries of your knowledge about using conventions. You will learn how to properly apply the aproach to dramatically cut down on the code no-one wants to write, and how to build application specific "compiler" to validate your conventions. And have fun along the way.