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Microsoft's James Conard talks about Windows Azure and how it helps .NET developers take advantage of the cloud.
Posted on 03/28/2013 at 12:43 PM
Better GitHub integration and other improvements highlight the new Visual Studio 2019 Version 16.7 and first preview of v16.8.
Microsoft announced a private preview of Visual Studio Codespaces, which eases the setup and use of cloud-powered development environments that can be used from anywhere for remote development and other scenarios, targeting C++ console app and library developers.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research uses a full code sample and screenshots to show how to programmatically normalize numeric data for use in a machine learning system such as a deep neural network classifier or clustering algorithm.
Taking a page from the Amazon Web Services (AWS) book on cloud computing platforms, Microsoft has introduced its own Azure Well-Architected Framework, providing a set of architecture best practices to help users build and deliver great solutions and improve the quality of cloud workloads.
Not surprisingly, it's dead easy to create an app in Blazor that runs outside of the browser window and (potentially) in an offline mode. Before you get carried away, though, there are some key design decisions to make.
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