Join me live on Saturday March 20th, 2021 at 10:00 PST on C# Corner for season 2, show #18 where I will interview Jared Parsons, Principal Development Manager on the C# Compiler Team. Send me your questions for Jared by tweeting it to @realDotNetDave and #RockinCodeWorld. You can also email your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Schedule … Continue reading Rockin’ The Code World with dotNetDave – Special Guest: Jared Parsons
I'm so excited to announce this new weekly one hour live show on C# Corner! Each week, on Saturday and 10am PST, I will bring the latest news for developers, tips, discussion, weekly segments like Dogfooding and discussion with a leader in the tech world. Schedule for Show #1 The show is scheduled for September … Continue reading Rockin’ The Code World with dotNetDave – Special Guest: Scott Hunter
This year will be the 10th year I have gone to Microsoft to attend the annual MVP Summit. This is the one conference I look forward to all year. My favorite part of the summit is to interact directly with the difference teams at the Microsoft campus because they really do listen to us... well … Continue reading MVP Summit 2016 – My Issues For The Teams
As part of Microsoft's new "openness", the .NET CLR core is now open source on GitHub. You can check out the announcement by going here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dotnet/archive/2015/02/03/coreclr-is-now-open-source.aspx
I have been using the AJAX Control Toolkit ever since it was released and have really liked it. Microsoft released it to Open Source and now they have turned it over management to DevExpress. Look for a new release in 2015. Here is the blog post on the news: https://community.devexpress.com/blogs/aspnet/archive/2014/09/22/ajax-control-toolkit-devexpress-offer.aspx
Featuring David McCarter, Microsoft MVP Click here for the recording of this webcast. Join David McCarter and Serge Baranovsky as they discuss Microsoft Design Guidelines, the most popular coding standard among C# and VB teams, provide recommendations, show how CodeIt.Right finds code issues, fixes them and provides painless experience when implementing Microsoft coding standards. In … Continue reading Microsoft Design Guidelines with CodeIt.Right
When I speak at conferences, I am always amazed on how many C# programmers do not use StyleCop from Microsoft! C'mon, it's FREE! This Visual Studio add-in helps you to format your code to look consistent among your developers... just like Microsoft does.
Every year Microsoft holds a conference for MVP's only. This video contains pics and video from past conferences. Features music from Seattle rock bands.