Remote Collaboration on Python Projects with VSCode

  Guest post by Robert Jordan and Noah Gift Bios Robert is a software architect with over 20 years designing, implementing, and deploying production applications for some of the worlds largest media and scientific customers. He is a founder at Pragmatic AI Labs: https://paiml.com/ Noah is a ML lecturer for UC Davis Graduate School of…

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Data Science in Visual Studio Code using Neuron, a new VS Code extension

Guest post by Lorenzo Silvestri, Electronic and Information Engineering Student at Imperial College London. Introduction In this post, I’ll give a short explanation of neuron, a Visual Studio Code extension that aims to be a one-stop-shop for data scientists. It’s an extension I developed as part of a team of students at Imperial College London,…

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Microsoft AI & AI School, learn how to start building intelligence into your solutions

http://azure.com/ai brings the best of the cloud to AI developers, and the best of AI to cloud developers. A great set of training resources are available at, the AI School. Dive in and learn how to start building intelligence into your solutions with the Microsoft AI platform, including pre-trained AI services like Cognitive Services and…

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Visual Studio Code and the AI Extension with Azure Machine Learning Work Bench

Guest blog by Rudraksh Shankaran  Microsoft Student Partner at University College London About Me: Hello! I’m Rudraksh Shankaran and I’m a 1st year Computer Science student at UCL. I’ve been very passionate about technology since middle school. I’m not a programming expert as I’m only a 1st year but have aspirations, however, I’m an avid…

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Visual Studio Code Tools for AI Extension

Visual Studio Code Tools for AI is an extension to build, test, and deploy Deep Learning / AI solutions in Microsoft Visual Studio Code. This allows you to develop deep learning and AI solutions across Windows and MacOS This extension seamlessly integrates with Azure Machine Learning for robust experimentation capabilities, including but not limited to…

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Moving workflows to Visual Studio Code

Since its inception two years ago Visual Studio Code has proven itself to be a remarkably versatile and adaptable editor. Its availability across Windows, Mac, and Linux also makes it appropriate for a number of different workflows that developers may have previously used terminals, editors, or IDEs for. This article explores a number of alternative…

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C# 7.0 and Beyond

Guest blog by Microsoft Student Partner Henry Thompson  I’m an incoming third year studying Computer Science at Cambridge University and a Software Engineer Intern with Microsoft at their headquarters in Redmond, Washington. I love to write code as my hobby, and hope to focus on programming language semantics for my final year university project. I…

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Microsoft \\Build starting 10th-12th May 2017

Software continues to transform the world in remarkable ways and developers are at the centre of it. At Microsoft Build 2017 we invite you to join us in downtown Seattle to learn about latest new technologies and exciting plans on the horizon. Microsoft Build is filled with strong technical sessions as well as opportunities to…

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Visual Studio Keyboard Shortcuts

You can more easily access a variety of commands and windows in Visual Studio by choosing the appropriate keyboard shortcut. You can identify the shortcut for a command by opening the Options dialog box, expanding the Environment node, and then choosing Keyboard. You can also customize your shortcuts by assigning a different shortcut to any…

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Welcome to Visual Studio 2017

Happy launch day! If you missed anything from the Visual Studio 2017 launch, catch up on all the news, the keynote, and technical sessions on demand https://launch.visualstudio.com/?wt_mc_id=AID533228_EML_4921765 If you missed our live event, watch the keynote and all of our Visual Studio 2017 launch videos. Get a 60-day free trial of Xamarin University if you…

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