The next version of Microsoft's flagship coding language is coming soon. A Microsoft MVP shares the features to look out for.
Eric Vogel provides step-by-step instructions to create an ASP.NET 5 Core web app in Visual Studio 2019 and embed a Power BI report in it.
At first thought, computing the similarity/distance between two datasets sounds easy, but in fact the problem is extremely difficult, explains Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research explains stochastic gradient descent (SGD) neural network training, specifically implementing a bio-inspired optimization technique called differential evolution optimization (DEO).
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research shows how to compute the Wasserstein distance and explains why it is often preferable to alternative distance functions, used to measure the distance between two probability distributions in machine learning projects.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research explains how to implement a geometry-inspired optimization technique called spiral dynamics optimization (SDO), an alternative to Calculus-based techniques that may reach their limits with huge neural networks.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research uses a full movie review example to explain the natural language processing (NLP) problem of sentiment analysis, used to predict whether some text is positive (class 1) or negative (class 0).
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research demonstrates applying the L-BFGS optimization algorithm to the ML logistic regression technique for binary classification -- predicting one of two possible discrete values.
With advanced IntelliSense/IntelliCode functionality continually being infused into Visual Studio 2019, some developers are using the Quick Actions and Refactorings light bulb to learn new C# coding tricks.
Test projects give you a way to exercise your code to see if it works but they're also part of your project's "permanent record." If all you want to do is try something out with some throwaway code, C# Scripting in Visual Studio might be a better choice.
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