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Join an “ask me anything” session with Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President of Cloud and Enterprise and the person responsible for Azure.
What’s the big deal with Kubernetes? Find out what it is, and when and how to use it in this fun, demo-filled session.
In this video, Josh Gavant and Ashley McNamara will show you how to use Visual Studio Code to build a cloud-native API server in Go, containerize it and deploy it to Azure Web Apps. With Azure Container Registry, they'll also demo Continuous Deployment for the Docker container. More Go videos! https://aka.ms/go-videos Code samples: https://aka.ms/go-samples Sign up for Azure Functions for Go: https://aka.ms/gofunc-signup Read our docs: https://docs.azure.com/go/azure Twitter: @joshugav @ashleymcnamara
Artificial Intelligence (AI) isn’t just for the fancy data scientists! In this interactive session learn how you as a developer can get started building AI solutions today.
ONNX Runtime is a high performance scoring engine for traditional and deep machine learning models. It's now open sourced on https://github.com/microsoft/onnxruntime. In this video, we'll demonstrate how you can incorporate this into your application for faster and more efficient model scoring.
API Conventions and API Analyzers have been added in ASP.NET Core 2.2, which automatically enable better Open API Specification documentation with less code. If your web APIs are small nodes in a microservice architecture, you’ll want to see how the new Health Checks features we bring in ASP.NET Core 2.2 give you the opportunity to control how your ASP.NET Core apps start or behave based conditions you define based on the status of their dependencies. Watch this video for these and more new features in ASP.NET Core 2.2.
Whether you’re building an open source project or a closed source application, it’s easy to feel like you don’t manage your software project, but that it manages you. Explore tools and techniques in GitHub and Azure DevOps that can help you automate project management, allowing you to do less administration and more hacking.
Want to deploy your Python web applications in just one click? In this video Nina Zakharenko will show you how to configure Visual Studio Code as a productive Python development environment, and use integrations to easily create, debug, and deploy Python applications to the cloud with Azure Web Apps on Linux. Want to ship code faster? Nina will teach you how, using Azure DevOps to automatically build and deploy your apps. Python on AzureTwitter: @nnja
Check out demos of the latest .NET Core release. Ask us the hard questions about .NET today and where it's headed with .NET Core 3.