This week is Microsoft Build 2019
, so there are tons
of huge announcements for the Microsoft development platforms from the future of .NET to 2019 finally being the year of Linux on the desktop.
- VS Code Remote Development
Want to edit code on your remote machine or inside a container for testing or debugging? VS Code adds built-in functionality to edit over an SSH tunnel, so you can build and debug code directly on the remote host or in the container.
- Introducing Windows Terminal
For years, one of the clunkiest parts about developing on Windows has been the terminal, which felt like it had been untouched since NT 4. Finally, a new Windows Terminal provides a modern command-line experience.
- Introducing .NET 5
Showing that it's truly the future of the .NET platform, the next version of .NET Core will be .NET 5 with experiences for mobile devices using Mono and desktop and server runtimes using CoreCLR.
- Announcing WSL 2
Windows Subsystem for Linux was a pretty mindblowing endeavor - map Linux syscalls to the Windows kernel. The next version brings an update by actually bringing a Linux kernel that lives within Windows for massively improved performance and compatibility.
- Announcing ML.NET 1.0
It seems like every industry is being enabled by Machine Learning. ML.NET lets you add machine learning to your existing .NET applications or to use your existing C# or F# skills to train, build and ship custom machine learning models.
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