NDC Sydney

Date 12-02-2024 t/m 16-01-2024
Time All day event
  • Hilton Sydney
  • George St. 488
  • Sydney (Australia)
Speaker Michaël Hompus
Description NDC Sydney 2024 will be an in-person event, held 12-16 February 2024 at Hilton Sydney. It's a five-day event comprised of 2-days deep-dive workshops, followed by 3 conference days with multiple simultaneous tracks.

The conference will cover topics such as: .NET - AI - Architecture - Big Data - Cloud - Continuous Delivery - Cross-Platform - Database - Design - DevOps - Docker - Ethics - Fun - Functional Programming - JavaScript - Languages - Machine Learning - Microservices - Microsoft - Mobile - People - Security - Serverless - Soft Skills - Testing - Tools - UX - Web and more.

We are proud to see our colleague Michaël Hompus in the international line-up of 78 speakers! He will talk about 'Use your source code to document your application'.

  • Thursday, February 15

  • Room 4

  • 16:20 - 17:20 (UTC+11)

For many development teams, writing and updating documentation can feel like a chore, especially when the codebase changes frequently.

While developers often consider the source code as its own documentation, this perspective might not resonate with all stakeholders. Moreover, the source code might not adequately illustrate how different components interact.

What if we could transform our source code into comprehensive documentation that benefits both the team and stakeholders?

In this session, we will explore how to leverage Roslyn to generate documentation directly from your .NET source code. We'll delve into creating diagrams that depict the structure and relationships within an aggregate and sequence diagrams that illustrate the flow throughout the application. We'll render these using file formats such as PlantUML, Mermaid, Markdown, and AsciiDoc.

By the end of this session, you'll be equipped to let your source code articulate the operation of your application in a format that is accessible and meaningful to your team and stakeholders.

Key Takeaways:
* Learn how to use Roslyn to interpret your source code.
* Understand how to create and render diagrams that depict the structure and flow of your application.

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