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December 11-12 | Montreal, Canada
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Wednesday, December 11 • 4:40pm - 5:50pm
Workshop: Build your First VS Code Extension - Nicolas Carlo, Busbud & Florent Vilmart, Shutterstock (Limited Seating; First-come, First-Served Basis)

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Visual Studio Code is a text editor that has become very popular. A reason for such fame is Extensions. You can pick and install just the ones that fit your needs. You can customize VS Code to be super-productive. That's cool.

But have you ever considered going further, and extend VS Code at your will?
Have you ever thought about becoming the author of your own VS Code Extension?

Nicolas and Florent will guide you through this hands-on. You'll learn how to create, configure, package and publish a VS Code Extension.

In this workshop, you will understand how you can manipulate the structure of your code, using the Abstract Syntax Tree (AST). Together, we'll build your first VS Code Extension that will perform your own, custom, automated refactorings.

After this session, you'll know how to control your editor to give you (and your team) coding super-powers!

Speakers
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Nicolas Carlo

Senior Tech Lead, Busbud
Nicolas loves to work with others to craft high-quality softwares that will delight end-users. He helps developers meet & improve their skills by organizing a monthly meetup called "Software Crafters Montréal". His current side-project is named "Abracadabra": a VS Code Extension... Read More →
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Florent Vilmart

Senior Engineer, Shutterstock
Florent Vilmart, M.Sc. is a full stack engineer in Montreal. Born in France, he moved to Montreal short before graduating looking for exciting opportunities in the francophone metropole of North-America. He honed his skills with Objective-C before jumping to Swift when it was released... Read More →



Wednesday December 11, 2019 4:40pm - 5:50pm
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