Connect with us at Microsoft Build digital event

Dan Taylor

We in the Python team are excited to be joining Microsoft Build 2020, which is starting next Tuesday, May 19. During a global pandemic, Build has turned into a digital-only event, running for 48 continuous hours, that is open to anyone around the world, at no cost.

At Build, we’ll demo the new capabilities we’ve been building recently. We’ll also showcase the work we have been doing to enable Python developers to build applications and analyze data using Visual Studio Code. Lastly, we’ll show how you can run Python web apps and machine learning models on the cloud with Azure.

Our friends across Microsoft will also present services and tools that developers, including those working with Python, can leverage to remain productive and continue collaborating even in remote, distributed teams.

Join us during a live session

Our Nicolas Garfinkel, Program Manager in the Python team, will deliver a session titled Build Python apps in Azure faster with Visual Studio Code.

Streaming from his very own home, you can watch his talk on the Build website and participate in a live Q&A during one of these three slots:

All times above are in Pacific Time, but you can click on the links to see them converted to your local time zone.

Build Session: Build Python Web apps in Azure faster with Visual Studio Code

On-demand videos

In addition to watching the live streams above, we have created two videos that will be available on-demand, for you to watch and learn at your pace. These videos will be published on Tuesday at 12pm (noon) on the Channel 9 website, and we’ll update this post with direct links once they’re live.

  • Python development with Visual Studio Code, with Luciana Abud (@luumelo14), Program Manager
  • Supercharge your data science workflow with Python and Visual Studio Code, with Sid Unnithan (@SidUnnithan), Program Manager, and Jeffrey Mew (@jeffrey_mew), Program Manager

Stay connected for more

The sessions above are just some of the many sessions you can catch at Microsoft Build. Our teammates inside Microsoft and GitHub have been hard at work to create interactive and informational content for developers, showcasing new products and services, solutions for remote development, productivity, and collaboration.

Stay connected with us via Twitter at @pythonvscode, or by joining our microsft-python discord channel. Of course, feel free to reach out at any time.


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