Webinar Recording: Merging Refactored Code – ReSharper Meets SemanticMerge

Daria Dovzhikova

The recording of our June 17th webinar, Merging Refactored Code – ReSharper Meets SemanticMerge, is now available on JetBrains YouTube Channel.

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

http://youtu.be/7IxRcllNW9Q

Pablo talks about the challenges of merging complex refactorings and demonstrates 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.

The slides used in the webinar are available on Slideshare.

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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  1. The Morning Brew - Chris Alcock » The Morning Brew #1634 says:

    June 20, 2014

    […] Webinar Recording: Merging Refactored Code – ReSharper Meets SemanticMerge – JetBrains share the recording of this weeks Webinar where Matt Ellis and Pablo Santos look at a number of refactorings using ReSharper, and look at how SemanticMerge copes with merging the changes in a language aware way […]

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    June 23, 2014

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