Peter Groenewegen

Senior Software Engineer, Visual Studio IntelliCode

Peter is a Software Engineer on the Visual Studio IDE team, where he's been integrating ML and AI in developer tools. He currently working on Visual Studio IntelliCode suggestion.

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Just-in-time refactoring made even easier with IntelliCode auto suggested code for C#

Have you ever wondered if there was a tool to help you with routine code tasks like writing common constructors or inserting similar code to a few different spots? Maybe you even know some code actions or refactorings that can help you. But at the time you could have used the code action, you typed the change instead, because you remembered ...

Discover quick actions for common tasks as you type, with IntelliCode

Have you ever found yourself wishing there was a built-in tool to accomplish a common task? You could not find the tool and started the work manually. Only after you have started the work, you discover there was a quick action to do the task. IntelliCode can now spot when you're performing a common task and recommend the right quick action...

Frictionless repeated edits: IntelliCode suggestions in completion list

As a developer you make repetitive changes to your code all the time. In many cases you don't even realize that you are doing a repetitive task or that Visual Studio IntelliCode suggestions can help you. IntelliCode suggestions can already do the edit and find other location where the same edit applies, making your life easier!

Make your repeated edits faster and more accurate with IntelliCode suggestions

IntelliCode Suggestions now provides better tailored repeated edit suggestions and adds the ability to review and apply multiple suggestions at once.

Making repeated edits easier with IntelliCode suggestions

As of Visual Studio 2019 16.7, your repeated edit experience can now be enhanced by IntelliCode suggestions. IntelliCode spots repetitions and suggests other places in your code where you could apply that same change.

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