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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
Microsoft's sweeping infusion of advanced AI tech throughout its dev tooling continues apace, most recently providing a new focus point for the company's Java on Azure team.
K-means is comparatively simple and works well with large datasets, but it assumes clusters are circular/spherical in shape, so it can only find simple cluster geometries.
The top open item for Visual Studio on Microsoft's Developer Community feedback site asks for native Rust support, but the company has taken little action on the years-old request.
Add "submit Git commit" to the growing list of developer tasks in Visual Studio 2022 that are now being handled by AI.
Microsoft shipped ML.NET 3.0, enhancing deep learning and data processing scenarios in the company's machine language framework that lets devs create AI-infused apps completely within the .NET ecosystem.
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