I'm back at home, so we're publishing on a Monday; we're finally back on schedule! And I'm looking forward to a few weeks of publishing on-time - at least until Microsoft Ignite
and GitHub Universe
, which I hope I'll see you at!
- Lessons from Design School for Software Engineers
Sometimes the tools we need for development aren't just other applications or frameworks. Sometimes, they're "soft skills", the things that make sure that we can collaborate and work as a team, and a name that belies how important they are. Great advice for software engineers.
- Trying image classification with ML.NET
Right-click, select "add machine learning"?! It's amazing to me that machine learning techniques are so ubiquitous and easy to get started with that you can start working with real-world problems with a few clicks, and then grow it out to harder problems.
- 4 Predictions for the Future of .NET
As .NET moves toward .NET 5.0 - the next evolution of the framework - what's next? Some interesting predictions, including that Visual Studio will become a 64-bit process, finally, and despite arguments to the contrary that are hopefully outdated in 2019.
- How to Stress the C# Compiler
Just like it was easy to crash ye olde C++ compilers using templates, some of the more advanced language features of C# like generics, inference and overloading can be used and abused to make the C# compiler very, very unhappy.
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