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Bart De Smet

Principal Software Development Engineer

Bart De Smet is a Principal Software Development Engineer working on large scale stream processing systems in the Applications and Services Division at Microsoft Corporation, a course and book author, and a popular speaker on various international conferences. In his current role at Microsoft, he’s overseeing the architecture, design, and implementation of event processing systems that run at massive scale in data centers, as well as on cloud-connected devices. One of the publicly visible technologies powered by this infrastructure is Cortana. Prior to joining the Applications and Services Division, Bart was involved with the design and implementation of Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) and on an extended “LINQ to Anything” mission back in the SQL organization. Going even further, you could have found Bart in the Developer Division hacking away on the Application Model feature area in the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) in the .NET 3.5 and 4.0 days. His main interests include programming languages, runtimes, functional programming, and all sorts of theoretical foundations.

My Sessions

What’s new in C# 8.0

Folkets Hus

Come and see what’s new in C# 8.0! In this session, we’ll take you on a whirlwind tour through the new language features, including asynchronous streams, nullable reference types, improved pattern matching, and so much more.

C#
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