Webinar Recording: Jon Skeet Inspects ReSharper

Tuesday, April 9th, we held a free webinar with Hadi Hariri and C# legend Jon Skeet. The concept was simple enough: to play with some of the most sophisticated ReSharper code inspections and have Jon try to break ReSharper with tricky code samples.

The recording of this webinar is embedded below and can be found directly on YouTube and JetBrains.tv. The examples used are also available for download.

We would like to thank all of the webinar attendees for your participation, questions and tremendous turnout and of course to Jon, thank you for taking your time to join us and share your wealth of knowledge.

About This Webinar:

Jon Skeet, man, father, legend. Some call him the Chuck Norris of C#. The guy that the compiler bends to obey joins us for this webinar to walk us through some of the inspections that ReSharper offers. He explains the theory behind it, tells us whether he agrees with it or not and does his best to try and break ReSharper.

Follow Jon (@jonskeet) and ReSharper (@resharper) on Twitter.

JetBrains next webinar, Quality Assurance for PHP Projects Using PhpStorm, will take place Thursday, April 25th, 17:00 – 18:00 GMT.

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7 Responses to Webinar Recording: Jon Skeet Inspects ReSharper

  1. Chris Martin says:

    Thanks for recording this. I was late to the office that day and was pissed I missed it. ;)

  2. Webdeveloper says:

    Thank you for this entry. I was in the office the same day and I was mad I missed it.

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  3. PeteB says:

    Watch it with the automatic captions, it’s hilarious!

    YouTube can’t cope with the combination of poor audio quality, technical language and english accent and produces some of the funniest gibberish since George W Bush.

    • Robert Demmer says:

      Hah! Funny stuff indeed. I like this, “bit if you go uh… i canot the creation of ice cream that you can all.”

  4. miniBill says:

    Wow, this is amazing! Thanks Jon and thanks to the JetBrains team for all the work they do!

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