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C# code formatting settings in VS Code and OmniSharp

I quite often get or see questions about configuring C# code formatting settings for Visual Studio Code.

OmniSharp (the open source Roslyn-based technology that powers C# language services) in VS Code exposes a rich set of code formatting settings which you can use to tailor and customize your C# experience.

Let’s have a look at how you can use them.

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OmniSharp Canada Tour 2016

I’ve said it a couple of times already, but I sincerely believe that the OmniSharp project is one of the most important projects in the history of .NET.

Having an alternative to the “dictatorship” of Visual Studio is fundamentally important to the health of the .NET ecosystem, and OmniSharp has done a tremendous job in that sense (thanks, Jason & David). Fro my side, I’ve been trying to support the project as much as I can – by contributing, speaking or blogging about it, trying to spread the love.

This winter I managed to put together a mini tour of Canada with an OmniSharp session. Later this month, and in early March, I’m gonna do 3 talks on the project, and in general doing C# without Visual Studio:

If you happen to be in the area – hope to see you there! I promise it’s gonna be fun!