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As you know we continue to incrementally improve Visual Studio 2017 (version 15), and our 7th significant update is currently well under way with the 4th preview shipping today. As we’re winding down the preview, we’d like to stop and take the time to tell you about all of the great updates that are coming in Visual Studio version 15.7 for .NET projects and ask you to try it and give us any feedback you might have while we still have time to correct things before we ship the final version.
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The survey will also allow you to provide your contact details which will allow a .NET team member to reach out to you and help you explore the various cloud migration options available for your application.
Tensor is an exchange type for homogenous multi-dimensional data for 1 to N dimensions. The motivation behind introducing Tensor<T> is to make it easy for Machine Learning library vendors like CNTK, Tensorflow, Caffe, Scikit-Learn to port their libraries over to .NET with minimal dependencies in place.
What is Azure? What can it do for me? Do I need it? How do I find out? How do I use it? Will it help my business? Can it help my career?
With all the things Azure can do, it’s hard to know where to start answering these important questions.
⏱ Updated on June 28, 2017
🙌 Welcome to the first of .NET’s new AI and Machine Learning themed blog entries! We have set up this space as a place to share and discuss the work we will be doing with AI and Machine Learning.
Today marks the 15th anniversary since .NET debuted to the world. On February 13th, 2002, the first version of .NET was released as part of Visual Studio.NET. It seems just like yesterday when Microsoft was building its “Next Generation Windows Services”
This post was co-authored by Joe Morris, a Senior Program Manager on the .NET Team and David Carmona, a Principal Program Manager Lead on the .NET Team.
Today, an update to Visual Studio 2017 RC was announced. As part of this update,
This post was co-authored by David Carmona, a Principal Program Manager Lead in .NET Team and Joe Morris, a Senior Program Manager in .NET Team.
Couple of weeks back, we dedicated a blog post introducing .NET Standard 2.0, which will significantly extend your ability to share code by unifying .NET APIs across all application types and platforms.
dotnetConf 2016 is a wrap! Thank you to all who tuned in live on Channel 9, asked questions, and participated in our twitter feed. We had a lot of awesome sessions from various product teams and community experts that showed us all sorts of cool things we can build with .NET across platforms and devices.