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Compilers as a Service – Microsoft’s Project Roslyn

Introduction Ever since we’ve had compilers, they have been regarded as black boxes that process the code we write in one programming language or another and then magically create object code that can then be executed by the computer processor. Now I’ve always been genuinely curious about how these black boxes actually work, which is why I took not one but two compiler courses during my bachelor studies. So when I heard about Microsoft’s Project Roslyn in one of the BUILD talks in September, presented by the man behind C# himself, Anders Hejlsberg, I immediately wanted to play with the […]

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