Speaker: Jon Skeet
10 years ago, if you talked with developers about C#, you might have heard that it was a corporate, enterprise-y language aimed at keeping developers on Windows. Things have changed a lot. In the last few years, huge portions of .NET have become Open Source, the design process for the language is documented on GitHub, and there are relatively few places it doesn’t run these days. There have been some twists and turns along the way, but the pace of change is remarkable.
Come with me on a journey, looking at where we’ve come from, the exciting times we’re in right now, and the possibilities for the future.