Speaker: Lachezar Arabadzhiev

22. Python

22. Python

Debugging, IntelliSense, Code Formatting – that are all about Python extension for Visual Studio Code

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Build 2016: Key Highlights and Announcements for Windows Developers

Build 2016: Key Highlights and Announcements for Windows Developers

An overview of all of the most exciting announcements and innovations for Windows developers to come out of Build 2016.

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Build 2016: Create Intuitive Experiences for Your Apps

Build 2016: Create Intuitive Experiences for Your Apps

We’ve made intuitive design easier with enhanced animation and effects, simplified Inking, and improved tools. #Build2016

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Build 2016: Bash Is Coming To Windows

Build 2016: Bash Is Coming To Windows

Run scripts, Ruby, Git, Python and more with Bash on Ubuntu on Windows. #Build2016

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MSDN Flash May: Accelerating the Canadian Cloud!

MSDN Flash May: Accelerating the Canadian Cloud!

Hosts JR and Lacho are on a mission to arm you with the latest developer tools, news and shows. Keep your eyes and browsers open, because a tornado of content is about to sneak up on you. This Month in a Flash [00:51] Two Microsoft Data Centers are now open! – website [02:33] Build Tour Toronto, June 10th – Save the […]

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NAV CANADA: What can you do with the Internet of Things?

NAV CANADA is the operator of Canada’s civil air navigation service. NAV CANADA discusses how important security and reliability is to their organization. Their top priority is making sure planes are taking off, flying, and landing safely. Microsoft Azure helps ensure they can achieve this everyday by scaling their application’s capacity. By utilizing Azure, they […]

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16. Start working with ASP.NET

Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! We spent some time for JavaScript and TypeScript, and I want to devote some time for C# which is very popular among web developers as well. Of course, since we are talking about web development and C#, ASP.NET is our friend there. Traditionally, ASP.NET is a part of .NET Framework […]

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15. Yeoman

Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Visual Studio Code is a folder based editor. So, each time when you want to create a new project, you need to create an empty folder and add all initial components manually from scratch. At the same time, it’s better to have a tool like Taco which we discussed last […]

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14. Start working with Node.js

Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Once we know how to work with JavaScript and TypeScript, node.js should not take much time. Traditionally, JavaScript is associated with browsers and web. But thanks to node.js runtime you can run JavaScript applications anywhere including your Mac, cloud platforms, IoT devices and so on.

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13. From JavaScript to TypeScript

Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! Today, JavaScript is so popular and it’s possible to find lots of projects that contain hundreds thousands lines of JavaScript code. Using JavaScript you can create web sites, Windows applications and server side services. But in case of really large projects it’s not easy to support the existing code. Compared […]

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12. JavaScript

Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! In the previous videos we used C# in order to show integration with Unity, debugging and some interface features. But lots of developers like to use Visual Studio Code to build web applications and, of course, if we are talking about web applications – we are talking about JavaScript and related […]

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9. Tasks

Updated to VS Code 1.0!!! The next important feature in Visual Studio Code is tasks. Thanks to tasks you can run any command line tool directly from Visual Studio Code and get output there. So, you can run any compilers, deploying tools, packaging tools and so on.

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