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.NET Core and DevOps
December 16, 2018
.NET Core was designed with devops in mind, and this article will cover how the .NET Core projects can benefit from the build automation and application monitoring intrinsic to the platform. The author also cover show the command-line accessibility of .NET Core makes this easier to implement.
5 Techniques to avoid Memory Leaks by Events in C# .NET you should know - Michael's Coding Spot
December 15, 2018
Event registrations in C# (and .NET in general) are the most common cause of memory leaks. At least from my experience. In fact, I saw so much memory leaks from events that seeing += in code immediately makes me suspicious.
The Quantum Architecture and Computation group launched Q#, our quantum computing programming language, a year ago on December 11th, 2017.
Q# 0.1 was the result of a lot of hard work from a small, dedicated team of developers, researchers, and program managers. We had made the decision to build a domain-specific language for quantum computing about six months before we launched, so we were on a very tight schedule. We were lucky to have a great team of people who all pitched in and did what needed to be done so that we could meet our extremely aggressive timetable.
Redesigned Search Everywhere, Plugins, Templates and more in Rider 2018.3 EAP - .NET Tools Blog
December 11, 2018
With the Holiday Season right around the corner, we have a nice present for everyone: get the new Rider Early Access Preview (EAP) version and try it out! In Rider 2018.3, we improved the Search Everywhere action along with a new … Continue reading →
AWS Serverless applications with multiple .NET Core projects | Amazon Web Services
December 11, 2018
When building a serverless application on AWS, AWS CloudFormation is incredibly important for deploying your AWS Lambda functions and the AWS resources that your application will interact with. With our AWS .NET Core Lambda tooling, when you create a serverless application an AWS CloudFormation template is added to your project. The template enables you to […]
Microsoft Puts More Brain-Power Into Machine Learning For Azure Cloud
December 10, 2018
Computer brains need models that can be exposed to datasets, trained, tested and enriched over time as they learn what’s right, what’s wrong and ultimately what is altogether culturally and ethically appropriate or not.
Trainee/Junior Microsoft Artificial Intelligence Developer
We are looking for the Trainee/Junior specialists whom are interested in Microsoft AI & Data Science & Azure platform development. This job is not connected to specific project or customer. Currently we are working on several internal and external R&D projects.
We are expanding our team and looking for a talented .NET Core Developer, who is ready to gain new experience and share their own, working closely with colleagues. Combination of commercial experience and fundamental knowledge, ability to apply them in practice, passion for complex tasks, and good English – such is the recipe for our successful cooperation. Our projects include mobile and desktop apps, websites, web services, and complex solutions that consist of these components. It should be noted that we don't hire people just for one project. You have opportunity to become an essential part of our team. Join us!
On behalf of our client, Simple Step Recruiters is looking for Senior.Net/C# developer to join fast growing team of European product company in Kiev.
The company is a leading developer of industrial IoT solutions to track people and objects or transport sensor data, using mesh network technologies in Norway.