🎥 VS Code Livestreams
You can find all recordings on our YouTube channel.
Jupyter notebooks are very popular in data science communities and are a great way to develop and share code. Did you know they work great in VS Code? We will look at notebook-based workflows in VS Code, with plenty of tips and tricks to make your coding faster and prettier!
Take the suckage out of Microservices by using Container Apps, Playwright and VS Code Java or the shorter version: Visual Studio Code Java Tooling. Join us to see how to leverage a natural developer flow with Container Apps and the recently enhanced Visual Studio Code Java Tooling.
The AKS extension for VS Code reduces the heavy lifting and enhances the DevOps experience for developers working with Azure resources. You can manage AKS Clusters without leaving VS Code, quickly create and navigate to clusters on the Azure Portal, and the integrated GitHub workflow makes deployment easy.
Did you know you can work with your IBM i (AS/400) directly from VS Code? Neither did we! Liam Allan from IBM is here to walk us through modernizing developer tools for legacy systems!
Systems that accept payments involve many moving parts from resource management, security, logging and asynchronicity to name a few — having the right tools to hand is essential for increasing developer productivity. In this session we'll learn about the fundamentals to leverage the Stripe CLI and the Stripe VS Code extension to build, test, and manage a Stripe integration.
VS Code offers a variety of tools for debugging difficult scenarios - in local environments, in far-away remote servers and beyond the boundaries of containers. In this hands-on session, we will review the available debugging tools built into VS Code and explore Lightrun - a VS Code plugin that allows you to debug live applications, without stopping them, wherever they may run.
Join us and learn about new Azure extensions for VS Code. In this stream, we’ll cover managing apps in Azure from VS Code and introduce the new Azure Developer CLI extension that accelerates the time it takes for you to get started on Azure.
Join us and learn how to manage and make your machine learning projects reproducible with an open-source tool DVC and the new extension. We will see how to track datasets and models, run, compare, visualize, and track machine learning experiments right in VS Code.
Come learn about how easy it is to develop an Excel Add-in and make use of some of the cool new APIs available. In today's stream, we will connect Excel to a live service and create custom functions to make this data accessible in Excel.
Who said VS Code is only for Web devs?! The open-source Uno Platform enables XAML and C# single-codebase apps to run on Web, Linux, Android, iOS, MacOS and Windows. Uno Platforms VS Code plugin provides Intellisense-like environment with things like XAML and C# completion, Hot Reload and more. You can now develop a XAML and C# app, using WinUI by using this plugin. Come learn what the Uno Platform is all about!
Join this livestream for exclusive access to GitLens Creator, Eric Amodio, as he participates in an AMA (ask me anything) to take community questions about one of the most popular Git extensions for VS Code. Fire away with questions about the recent launch of GitLens 12, including bringing GitLens to vscode.dev and github.dev, and the new addition of optional additional GitLens+ features for enhanced visualization and team collaboration.
The foundational concepts of machine learning are both easily accessible and super practical! Come prepared to be wowed and amazed with how these concepts may be able to help you and how VS Code helps make it happen.
Depot is a data editor built inside of Visual Studio Code that allows you to edit JSON data like a spreadsheet. Join the lead developer as he walks through the functionality and use cases for the tool to see how you can use Depot on projects big and small.
Learn how to configure your VS Code environment to run your Azure ML projects on GitHub Codespaces, a new cloud-based development environment that runs your code in a container.