GPT-4, the advanced generative AI model from Microsoft partner OpenAI, is now powering the new GitHub Copilot X and the Azure OpenAI Service.
Microsoft has open sourced an internal incubation project that can help developers integrate cutting-edge AI models quickly and easily into their apps.
ChatGPT, the hottest tech in the industry, is now available in the Azure OpenAI Service as a preview, Microsoft announced today, March 9.
"We appreciate that the developer community is getting value out of Stack Overflow and the content that has already been created by hundreds of thousands of developers."
"Learning about event-based services changes the way that web applications are built, and is an important part of how the modern web works."
"We've created a new online resource, Azure for Spring developers, to help Spring developers code, deploy and scale their Spring applications on Azure.
"The Python Pulse will be a way for developers to interact with the teams behind the products."
Microsoft is continuing to push its Java tooling across its properties, with two main targets being Visual Studio Code and the Azure cloud.
"Passwords are a hassle to use, and they present security risks for users and organizations of all sizes."
Functionality infused into the Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ and Visual Studio Code.
Microsoft is offering new Visual Studio VM images on its Azure cloud computing platform, some supporting the Dev Box service for cloud-based workstations customized for software development.
As if things weren't complicated enough with oft-confused Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code offerings, Microsoft has now announced a preview of Vision Studio, for working with the Computer Vision API in the Azure cloud computing platform.
Users describe what they want to automate, after which AI will build the flow in seconds.
The days of a single developer sitting in an office while using desktop Visual Studio to code a monolithic enterprise app are waning. Now it's all about the cloud and collaboration, Microsoft emphasized at the start of its big Ignite 2022 conference.
Microsoft's regular monthly update to Java on Azure Tooling sees the dev team introducing support for Azure Cosmos DB and furthering recently introduced Azure Virtual Machine functionality.
Cloud developers who are into serverless computing can now enjoy support of .NET 7 as a runtime when working with Azure Functions v4.
The microservices architectural style is one of the foundational pillars of today's cloud-native development world, along with modern design, containers, backing services and automation.
Survey shows PowerShell preferred, with 45.2 percent of the votes, followed by cmd (37.6 percent), WSL Bash (15.6 percent) and Azure Cloud Shell (1.6 percent).
It's an on-demand workshop with labs featuring videos and more that detail the ins and outs of building apps for Microsoft Teams collaboration software and selling those apps in the product's app store.
Microsoft's managed Dev Box service for developer-oriented, Azure-based cloud workstations is now available in a public preview.
The latest monthly update to Java on Azure Tooling adds support for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) in the IntelliJ toolkit, along with support of Azure virtual machines.
Microsoft and Canonical announced a months-long partnership has resulted in .NET 6 being included in the latter company's latest Ubuntu distribution of the Linux OS.
Microsoft and Amazon Web Services (AWS) led a host of vendors in an evaluation of cloud AI developer services published by research firm Gartner.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) continues to nod to Microsoft-centric developers, most recently announcing Visual Studio 2022 on Amazon EC2, along with AWS Lambda Powertools for TypeScript.
Azure Functions, Microsoft's serverless cloud computing offering, is previewing new functionality coming with its new support of .NET 7 as a runtime.
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