Live Webinar: Merging Refactored Code – ReSharper Meets SemanticMerge, June 17th

Join us Tuesday, June 17th, 16:00 – 17:00 PM CEST (9:00 – 10:00 AM EDT) for a free webinar, Merging Refactored Code: ReSharper Meets SemanticMerge.

In this webinar, Matt Ellis (JetBrains) will be hosting Pablo Santos (SemanticMerge) who will run through a number of refactoring examples, from the seemingly trivial (yet essential) to complex structure modification scenarios, and demonstrate how to do the refactor with ReSharper and later get it merged with Semantic.

Pablo will talk about the challenges of merging complex refactorings and demonstrate how SemanticMerge simplifies it, parsing the code into a syntax tree then reasoning about it as code rather than text (or text with heuristics), and merges accordingly.

If you’ve ever wanted to know more about ReSharper’s many refactoring capabilities and new tools designed to make merging complex refactorings a breeze, don’t miss this webinar.

Space is limited, please register now.

About the Presenter:

Pablo SantosPablo Santos is the founder at Codice Software, the company behind Plastic SCM and SemanticMerge. Codice started in 2005 and since then Pablo played different roles ranging from core engineering to marketing, business development, advertising and sales operations. Nowadays he plays a dual role as lead of software engineering and product manager for both Semantic and Plastic.

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One Response to Live Webinar: Merging Refactored Code – ReSharper Meets SemanticMerge, June 17th

  1. I used SemanticMerge during its beta. It took a bit of wrangling to get it integrated with SourceTree but I believe it’s all documented now.

    It works pretty much as advertised and I bought it when it became available commercially.

    Pablo contacted me afterwards to get feedback and make sure I was happy with the product.

    He’s a great guy and I look forward to watching the webinar when it’s available.

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