• The Data Science Lab
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    How to Do Multi-Class Logistic Regression Using C#

    Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research uses a full code program, examples and graphics to explain multi-class logistic regression, an extension technique that allows you to predict a class that can be one of three or more possible values, such as predicting the political leaning of a person (conservative, moderate, liberal) based on age, sex, annual income and so on. 02/11/2020

  • News

    Xamarin Details iOS Fix to 'Prevent App Store Rejection'

    Microsoft published guidance for iOS mobile developers using Xamarin.Forms to avoid potential App Store rejection caused by the deprecation of Apple's UIWebView component. 02/11/2020

  • News
    Block Stack

    Experimental Mobile Blazor Bindings Gets New Components

    Microsoft's push to apply Blazor beyond the web-dev space to mobile development is continuing, with the team announcing new components for the experimental initiative just announced last month. 02/10/2020

  • News
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    VS Code Previews JavaScript Debugger, Search Editor, Timeline View, More

    The January 2020 update of Visual Studio Code, v1.42, is out with a bunch of new features and previews of an upcoming JavaScript debugger, Search editor, Timeline view and more. 02/07/2020

  • News

    Microsoft Updates Jupyter Notebook Preview for .NET Core

    Microsoft updated its preview project to enable working with Jupyter Notebooks in .NET Core with native programming languages C# and F#, providing new options for the traditional languages typically used, Python, R, Julia, Scala, etc. 02/06/2020

  • News

    C# Rises in Skills Report's 'Best-Known Language' Ranking

    HackerRank has published its 2020 Developer Skills Report, which shows C# gaining ground in the list of "best-known" programming languages for 2020 but otherwise not showing as strongly as it has in other similar reports published recently. 02/05/2020

  • Visual Studio Toolbox

    Lose Your Business App? VS Code to the Rescue!

    I found a new use for Visual Studio Code, the little code editor that could: substituting for a vital work app when your PC dies and a replacement won't be shipped to your remote office for weeks. 02/04/2020

  • News

    Nadella Emphasizes Microsoft's Developer Commitment

    Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella emphasized the company's software development focus in a presentation to financial analysts recently. 02/03/2020

  • Visual Studio Toolbox
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    Didact Project Walks Through Tutorials in Visual Studio Code

    A Red Hat developer has created the Didact project, a Visual Studio Code extension that puts the code editor to work as a tutorial guide and also showcases other things it can do via a combination of technologies. 01/31/2020

  • News

    Azure Functions Runtime 3.0 Now GA, with Support for .NET Core 3.1

    Microsoft said Azure Functions Runtime 3.0 is now generally available for production use, sporting support for .NET Core 3.1 and Node 12 among other capabilities. 01/30/2020

  • News

    What's New in Third-Party Blazor Tooling

    Third-party development tool vendors in the .NET Core space are shipping new components, helpers, controls and other goodies for Blazor -- the red-hot Microsoft project for using C# in web development instead of JavaScript -- ahead of its general availability debut coming in May. 01/29/2020

  • Practical ASP.NET
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    Letting the Client Control Data Retrieval with GraphQL in .ASP.NET Core

    GraphQL lets you create data access services without writing controllers. Instead of writing procedural code, you declare schemas describing what queries you'll accept and what you're willing to return. Here's how to get started in ASP.NET Core. 01/29/2020

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