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Visual Studio Code Now In Anaconda Navigator

Microsoft’s free and cross-platform code editor Visual Studio Code will now be included in the Anaconda data science distribution. As Microsoft continues their path to greater cohesion with the open source community and playing nicely...Show More Summary

Visual Studio Code is now included in the Anaconda distribution

Visual Studio Code is Microsoft’s free and cross-platform code editor. It has been really popular among new age developers and it comes with great support for Python code editing, IntelliSense, debugging, linting, version control, and more. Show More Summary

Microsoft Visual Studio Code tool is now part of the Anaconda Python distribution

Microsoft is continuing to bang the AI drum with its developer tools, with its latest announcement that VS Code is shipping as part of the Anaconda Python distribution

[VS2017] ListView Demonstration

Code attached to a 2003 article updated for Visual Studio 2017.

Visual Studio Code Can Do That?

About two years ago, I begrudgingly opened Visual Studio Code (VS Code) for the first time. The only reason I even did so is that I was working on a TypeScript project (also quite begrudgingly) and I was tired of fighting with the editor and the compiler and all of the settings that I needed to make a TypeScript project work. Show More Summary

Azure Cloud Shell - your own bash shell and container - right inside Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code has a HUGE extension library. There's also almost two dozen very nice Azure specific extensions as well as extensions for Docker, etc. If you write an Azure extension yourself, you can depend on the Azure Account Extension to handle the administrivia of the user logging into Azure and selecting their subscription. Show More Summary

Microsoft announces Visual Studio Live Share, an unique collaboration service for developers

At Connect(); 2017 today, an annual event for professional developers, Microsoft today announced Visual Studio Live Share, a new service for developers to improve their collaboration during coding process. Visual Studio Live Share will allow developers to collaborate with others in a seamless and secure way with full project context. Show More Summary

Visual Studio Live Share brings collaborative coding to developers

Microsoft is working on a way for developers to collaborate on coding in real-time in Visual Studio. Speaking at its Connect(); 2017 developer event today, Microsoft took the wraps off of Visual Studio Live Share, a new collaborative coding feature for developers....

Microsoft is bringing back the old Visual Studio Code logo following backlash

In August, Microsoft released a new Visual Studio Code logo. The company changed the shape of the Visual Studio Code logo, but there was another big change: the colour of the logo was changed from blue to orange. While that may not sound...Show More Summary

Tabs vs Spaces - A peaceful resolution with EditorConfig in Visual Studio. Plus .NET Extensions!

The culture wars continue. The country is divided with no end in sight. Tabs or spaces? There's even an insane (IMHO) assertion that the spaces people make more money. I'm going with Gina Trapani on this one. I choose working code. @ftrain...Show More Summary

Microsoft unveils its next-generation AI developer tools

Microsoft is readying more AI tools for developers and data scientists, including a Visual Studio Code extension and a data-wrangling tool.

Visual Studio Code now has a really useful color picker built-in

Microsoft’s cross-platform code editor Visual Studio Code is getting a really useful with its latest update. Visual Studio Code now includes a built-in color-picker that lets you find the exact color you want, without you needing to use Google/Bing’s color pickers. Show More Summary

T4MVC and R4MVC - Roslyn code generators for ASP.NET Core tag helpers

I've always loved the T4 text generator within Visual Studio. If you are looking for T4 within Visual Studio 2017 you need to install the "Visual Studio extension development" option within the installer to access it. However, T4 development seems stalled/done and if you want to utilize some of it. Show More Summary

Visual Studio Code is getting a new logo

Microsoft is soon going to be rolling out a new logo for its cross-platform code editor, Visual Studio Code. The new logo, which you can see above, ditches the old blue look for a new orange accent. The logo will appear first in Insider builds of Visual Studio Code sometime soon, and it’ll be released […] Read More: Visual Studio Code is getting a new logo

Friday Hack Chat: Graphical Programming Languages with Bojan Mitov

6 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

There is a long history of Visual or Graphical Programming Languages, and most of them make more sense than the name of Microsoft’s Visual Basic, C#, and Visual Studio IDE. Some people don’t like to code, and for them, graphical programming...Show More Summary

6502 Cross Assembly for the Apple II using MacOS

Cross Assembly Using Visual Studio Code Sometime back I decided to undertake some 6502 assembly language programming to run on my Apple II+ and IIe. Until recently, I had been using Merlin Pro in an Emulator on my MacBook and on the IIe itself.

6502 Cross Assembly using MacOS and Atom

Cross Assembly Using Atom Some time back I wrote a post that used Visual Studio Code running on MacOS to cross assemble 6502 assembly code for the Applie II. Since then I have been asked about using the Atom editor.

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