The release of Windows Server 2016 opened the world of containers to Windows developers. Taylor Brown explores how the partnership with Docker expands those possibilities, leading to benefits for both Windows developers and IT pros.
Docker and Windows Server 2016 give apps a new lease on life, adding features, increasing security and performance, and moving toward continuous deployment without a lengthy and expensive rebuild project.
The new EF Core InMemory provider can prove useful when your tests don’t require actual database interaction. Julie Lerman provides an introduction to this handy tool and shares some tips and tricks about creating automated tests with EF Core she discovered while learning to use it.
Unlike ordinary perceptrons, which can perform binary classification on simple, linearly separable data, a kernel perceptron can be used to handle non-linearly-separable data. The demo program in this article creates a prediction model using a kernel perceptron, as James McCaffrey explains.
The Project Westminster bridge enables Web developers to bring their responsive Web applications to the Windows Platform by leveraging existing code. Learn how to align Web apps to deliver the best UX possible, while running as a platform app.
Mark Michaelis delves Into the internals of a core construct of C# —the foreach statement—then explores implementing the foreach collection interfaces using the yield statement.