ReSharper Workshop at The JetBrains BASH – Belfast, February 16th
ReSharper is expert at navigating huge codebases, but are you expert at navigating ReSharper? In this workshop, we’ll take a hands-on tour through ReSharper’s features, learning not only about basic navigation, quick fixes and refactoring, but more advanced features, like Structural Search and Replace, Live Templates and Value Tracking.
For more information and to register for the workshop, simply email email@example.com with your name and address. To cover expenses a £25 fee will be charged at the door and for corporate bookings an invoice can be made.
Additionally, there will be an IntelliJ IDEA workshop in the afternoon and a free and open evening presentation with Hadi Hariri in the evening. Hadi will share his thoughts on developing for developers, what makes for a killer IDE and how to continuously roll out new products and the challenges around it. The evening will be very informal with plenty of time reserved for questions and conversation.
Workshop attendees are guaranteed a place at the evening event and the remaining spots are first come, first served. To register now for the evening event only, click on the link “Join and RSVP” from The BASH meetup page. Act fast or miss out!
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