MicrosoftDeveloper Newsletter Volume 23, Number 12 | June 12, 2019 
    
 
Top News Worldwide
 
 
Tips for faster coding in Visual Studio
 
 
How to: Add a Wiki to your Azure DevOps project
 
 
 
 
Now available: GitHub Desktop 2.0
 
 
An overview of automated machine learning capabilities in Azure
 
 
 
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Five things about Visual Studio Code
Use Live Share to collaboratively code and debug in real time. Work with Python, Go, and Rust in Visual Studio Code. And find out how to share your extensions.


AI-powered biometric security in ASP.NET Core
The policy-based authorization model in ASP.NET Core 3.0 aims to decouple authorization logic from underlying user roles. Explore the authorization process and a solution for securing access to a building using biometric information.
 
How to be more productive with IntelliSense
Watch this demo to see how IntelliSense cuts down the number of keystrokes required to write code in Visual Studio. You will learn something new even if you’ve used IntelliSense for years.


Super-DRY development for ASP.NET Core
Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) stands as a foundational principle of good software development. Learn how to leverage DRY concepts to create a software architecture that enables the creation of an entire application using minimal code.
 
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Visual Studio Live! is proud to host several training locations – including virtual options – around the U.S. this year.  Learn more.
 
Best practices for creating serverless geo-distributed applications with Azure Cosmos DB
Discover how to create database triggers, input bindings, and output bindings directly from Azure Cosmos DB. Find out how to use Azure Functions and Azure Cosmos DB to create and deploy event-driven serverless apps with low-latency access to rich data for a global user base.


Simplified naive Bayes classification using C#
Step through a demo program that uses naive Bayes classification to predict the class of a gemstone based on color, size, and shape. The sample performs binary classification, but the logic can also be used without modification for multiclass classification.


Microsoft IoT in Action webinars on demand
Watch past IoT in Action webinars on demand and learn how to transform your business with scalable, end-to-end IoT solutions.



 
Building microservices with .NET Core 3.0
Learn about microservice and worker templates in .NET Core 3.0, get an overview of tooling improvements, and find out what’s happening with gRPC and API security.


Blazor in the cloud: Host a C# app as a static web site
Blazor enables C# and .NET single-page applications to run in all modern browsers (even mobile browsers) without plug-ins. Learn how to host your app using Azure Storage.


Working with a containerized SQL Server
Learn about a project that uses EF Core and Docker to build a containerized app. Find out how to integrate a dedicated, containerized instance of SQL Server for Linux.



 
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Events
 

Insider Dev Tour 

June 17, 2019, St. Louis, MO
June 21, 2019, Denver, CO
June 21, 2019, Salt Lake City, UT
June 24, 2019, Irving, TX
  June 25, 2019, Jacksonville, FL
June 27, 2019, Burlington, MA
June 29, 2019, New York, NY

The Insider Dev Tour is for developers interested in building Microsoft 365 experiences (Windows, Graph, Office, Teams) today, using the latest dev technologies, as well as for those who want a peek into the future. If you can read code, this is for you.

 

Learn AI Bootcamp for Emerging AI Developers 

June 17, 2019, Chicago, IL
  June 25, 2019, New York, NY

Get your hands on with activities that develop proficiency in Azure Cognitive Services, including Computer Vision, Custom Vision, LUIS, and Bing Search. You will also learn to leverage other AI-oriented services such as Azure Search and Azure Bot Services.

 

Governance with the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework 

June 18, 2019, Bellevue, WA
June 18, 2019, Denver, CO
June 18, 2019, Detroit, MI
  June 19, 2019, Burlington, MA
June 20, 2019, Irving, TX
June 21, 2019, Malvern, PA

Learn how the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) helps you detect and respond to tangible risks, and how to integrate a governance MVP into planned or existing cloud adoption efforts.

 
Microsoft Azure Developer Camp – Containers 
June 24, 2019, Reston, VA
Learn what containers are how you can use them to migrate or modernize existing applications, or build entirely new applications. Increase your technical understanding of Microsoft Azure, Azure Kubernetes Services, Azure DevOps, and more.
 
Webinar: Migrate Your Workloads to Azure Managed Disks 
June 20, 2019, online
Learn how to migrate your data-intensive workloads to the cloud using Azure managed disks. See how the new Premium SSD, Standard SSD, and Standard HDD disks simplify service management to help you migrate your data analytics, big data, and real-time transactional workloads.
 
Webinar: Manage Your Microservices with Azure API Management 
June 26, 2019, online
Find out how to manage microservices created using Azure Functions and Azure Kubernetes Service. See comprehensive examples of how easy it is to manage your microservices with API Management.
 
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Resources
 
•  Downloads and tools for Windows 10
•  Get started with app development
•  Create your Azure free account today
•  Microsoft Learn – free training
•  Testing tools for web developers
•  TechNet Flash
•  Get the latest information from Channel 9
•  Microsoft for Startups
•  Code editing tools for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications
•  Microsoft Docs for developers and IT professionals
 
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