Jon Inspects ReSharper – Free Webinar Tuesday, April 9th

Jon Skeet, man, father, legend. Some call him the Chuck Norris of C#. The guy that the compiler bends to obey is going to join us for this webinar to walk us through some of the inspections that ReSharper offers. He’ll explain the theory behind it, tell us whether he agrees with it or not and will do his best to try and break ReSharper. Join us for what will definitely be a fun and educating webinar.

Jon Skeet

This free webinar will take place Tuesday, April 9th from 19:00 – 20:00 CET (Central European Time). Space is limited; please register now.

About Jon Skeet
Jon is a Java developer for Google in London, but he plays with C# (somewhat obsessively) in his free time. He loves writing and talking about C# and the second edition of “C# in Depth” was published in November 2010. Writing less formally, Jon spends a lot of time on Stack Overflow… where “a lot” is an understatement. Give him a puzzle about how C# behaves which gets him reaching for the language specification, and Jon is a happy bunny. Jon lives in Reading, England with his wife and three children.

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4 Responses to Jon Inspects ReSharper – Free Webinar Tuesday, April 9th

  1. Michael Teper says:

    Will a recording be made available?

  2. Robert says:

    Hello Michael, We will be recording the webinar and publishing it to JetBrains.tv and YouTube within a week. One of the obvious advantages of attending the live session is being able to ask your questions on the spot and receive an answer.

  3. Alina says:

    Hello!
    I wasn’t able to attend the webinar but i’m looking forward to see it recorded? Can someone provide a direct link, please? Thank you in advance.

  4. @Alina
    Here’s a subsequent blog post with the webinar recording.

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