I have an enormous amount to learn about their systems. Since I have not so much as logged in to a Unix-based development environment since 1996, I’m going to be completely heads-down for the next couple of weeks. I am spending that time in San Francisco at the head office, drinking from the fire hose of static analysis knowledge. I will therefore have almost no time to spend on the blog. Expect things to be on auto-pilot for a little while. I’ve spent part of my time off queuing up articles, so it should not go entirely dark.
I’ll then spend the last week of January working remotely; the new office in the Columbia Tower in Seattle should be set up by the first week of February if all goes as planned. I am so looking forward to working downtown! I’ll post some photos when I get access to the new space.
Next time on FAIC: we’ll get back to the subject of how the Roslyn compiler optimizes lifted arithmetic.