C# Scripting without Visual Studio

Tue, 20 Aug 2013, 18:30 - 21:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Washington, US

What languages do you think about when you hear the term 'scripting'? For some it might be Powershell. For others it might be shell or bash scripting. You might even think about Python or JavaScript. Haven't you ever wanted to be able to write a script in your favorite programming language (you know, if

your favorite programming language was C#)? With ScriptCS, you don't have to just sit around and hope anymore. You'll be able to write powerful, robust custom scripts without the need to open up Visual Studio and create a new project. In this presentation, we'll go on a tour of ScriptCS and build some great demos. Be prepared for command line and notepad goodness, because Visual Studio will never be opened.

Speaker Bio

Kevin Griffin has been working as a professional developer since 2006, where his first job was working on components for the Symantec security suites. Kevin is the owner of Griffin Consulting, Inc, CTO of Winsitter, and always looking for new challenges. As an Microsoft ASP.NET MVP and ASPInsider, Kevin

spends a lot of time teaching and mentoring developers to learn new technologies and to be better developers. Over four years ago, Kevin started the Hampton Roads .NET Users Group. He serves as the Director of Membership for INETA. You can find Kevin speaking at conferences, code camps, and user groups across the country.

Event venue: Heart House

Hosted by: DC .Net User Group

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