The guys will be leading a total of four workshops and talks in addition to staffing our booth. We invite you to come by and learn what’s new in the latest EAPs of ReSharper 8, dotTrace 5.5 and dotCover 2.5 and share your thoughts on these planned releases and other JetBrains tools.
Mark your calendar and join us for the following workshops and talks:
Continuous Integration and Delivery Workshop – Hadi Hariri and Paul Stack – June 10th
In this workshop we’re going to deal with the implementation details. We’ll see how to set up projects, distinguish types of tests, deal with triggering and branching, configure dependencies to improve maintainability, work with outputs, deal with failures, as well as manage and run deployment pipelines. This will be a workshop about putting the concepts into practice and seeing where things work, where they don’t. Learn more.
ReSharper Workshop – Hadi Hariri – June 11th
In this full day workshop, we’re going to refresh your knowledge about mainstream ReSharper functionality, and learn about many of the overlooked features of ReSharper. Beyond the simple navigation, we’ll learn how to effectively navigate legacy codebases using advanced navigation features, inspections, usage search, and value⁄call tracking. We’ll learn about using some of the less known yet very useful automatic refactorings that ReSharper offers. Learn more.
Brewing Beer with Windows Azure – Maarten Balliauw – June 12th, 16:20 – 17:20
Inspired by one of the Windows Azure gods (Wade Wegner), Maarten decided to order a homebrewing starter kit. Being a total cloud fanboy, he decided to hook those delicious creations to the cloud. Join Maarten and discover how you can connect a USB temperature sensor to Windows Azure to monitor brewing and fermentation temperatures. He’ll show you how to do distributed, social brewing in this fun yet practical session on an interesting use case for the cloud: beer.
Being an Anti-Social Geek is Harmful – Hadi Hariri – June 13th, 13:40 – 14:40
My 20+ years experience in software development has shown me one thing if not anything else: lack of good communication can kill a team, can kill a product and can kill a company. Having dealt with hundreds of developers, managed many teams and started my own company, I have seen how team moral can be killed when communication is hindered. I have seen how products can fail when customers are ignored. Developers need to learn how to be social. Learn more.
We look forward to meeting you in Oslo!