Mika Dumont

Program Manager, .NET Productivity

Mika is a Program Manager on the .NET and Visual Studio team.

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What’s new in .NET Productivity

Learn about the latest .NET Productivity features!

Learn about the latest .NET Productivity features

The .NET Productivity team (a.k.a. Roslyn) is constantly thinking of new ways to make .NET developers more productive. We’ve been working hard to take the feedback you’ve sent us and turn it into tools that you want! In this post, I’ll cover some of the latest .NET productivity features available in Visual Studio 2019. Tooling ...

Catch up on the latest .NET Productivity features

The Roslyn team continuously works to provide tooling that deeply understands the code you are writing in-order to help you be more productive. In this post, I'll cover some of the latest .NET Productivity features available in Visual Studio 2019. Tooling improvements The feature that I'm most excited about is the new Go To Base command. Go...

How to write a Roslyn Analyzer

Roslyn analyzers inspect your code for style, quality, maintainability, design and other issues. Because they are powered by the .NET Compiler Platform, they can produce warnings in your code as you type even before you’ve finished the line. In other words, you don’t have to build your code to find out that you made a mistake. Analyzers ...

Visual Studio Tips and Tricks: Increasing your Productivity for .NET

The .NET team is constantly thinking of new ways to make developers more productive. We've been working hard over the past year to take the feedback you've sent us and turn it into tools that you want! In this post I’ll cover some of the latest productivity features available in Visual Studio 2019 Preview. Code Fixes and Refactorings ...

Write Better Code Faster with Roslyn Analyzers

Roslyn, the .NET compiler platform, helps you catch bugs even before you run your code. One example is Roslyn’s spellcheck analyzer that is built into Visual Studio. Let’s say you are creating a static method and misspelled the word static as statc. You will be able to see this spelling error before you run your code because Roslyn can ...