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Deborah Kurata, president of InStep Technologies and Visual Studio Live! speaker, highlights some of what's new in Visual Studio 2012.
Posted on 04/01/2013 at 12:42 PM
Userware, on a years-long mission to provide an open source alternative to Microsoft Silverlight, shipped OpenSilver 1.0 just as Microsoft ended support for the popular web-dev tool.
Microsoft developers have updated PowerShell Crescendo -- used to create native commands -- in advance of the next stage, a Release Candidate.
Microsoft apologized for an admitted mistake and reversed an earlier decision to limit Hot Reload functionality in the upcoming .NET 6, which is due to debut in a few weeks.
Five years in the making, a Visual Studio Code extension providing Java language support from Red Hat has shipped in version 1.0.
The main advantage of using PCA for anomaly detection, compared to alternative techniques such as a neural autoencoder, is simplicity -- assuming you have a function that computes eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
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