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Today, we are announcing the preview of the Azure Web PubSub service for building real-time web applications with WebSockets. WebSocket is a standardized protocol that provides full-duplex...
A video walkthrough for the "Custom Domain" docs article
De’Aira Bryant is a doctoral student in the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her research areas span the fields of human-robot interaction and artificial...
5/7/2021, The GitHub Blog
We’ve seen some amazing community projects this last month. These are exciting new releases from some of the coolest projects around. There’s everything from world-changing tech to weekend hobbies. There seems to be a bit
5/7/2021, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday everyone! This week was overflowing with awesome blog posts, and it was hard to narrow them down to just a handful! This week’s top posts cover reporting in Azure, publishing packages to Azure Pipelines, how we can create diagrams with code in Pipelines, The post Top Stories from...
“From taking once a year to release a packaged software in 2015, to having deployment to production 82K times a day in 2019, HOW DID THAT HAPPEN!?” We were sitting with a group of CxOs from Germany at the Redmond Executive Briefing Center in February 2019,
As we learned in the very start of the series on coroutines, the await_suspend method cannot access the coroutine frame once it arranges for the coroutine to resume because that creates a race condition where the coroutine might already be resumed and possibly even run to completion before...
We have made substantial runtime performance improvements in the x86/x64 C++ compiler for Visual Studio’s default debug configuration. For Visual Studio 2019 version 16.10 Preview 2, we measure 2x – 3x speedup for programs compiled in debug mode. These improvements come from reducing...
PyCon 2021 is almost here, and we’re excited to support this incredible event once again! We’ve been connecting with the community at PyCon in person from 2017 to 2019, and then remotely in 2020. Even though we’re sad we still can’t meet you in person in 2021,
Hello .NET developers! The blog has previously featured tips for bringing Xamarin apps to Surface Duo and Microsoft Learn training to help enhance Xamarin apps. In this post we’ll discuss changes to animated layouts in a Xamarin.Forms app to adapt them for Microsoft Surface Duo.
In March, we published a blog on the State of the NuGet Ecosystem, where we discussed insights gained from the hundreds of customers we’ve heard from over the last six months. One of the top problems customers identified in our surveys is that “most packages have insufficient docs”
5/6/2021, The GitHub Blog
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.1 is now available to download as a release candidate. This release follows the most popular GitHub Enterprise Server release in years. GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0 brought GitHub Actions, GitHub Packages and
I recently posted a new video to the PIX on Windows YouTube channel that describes some of the features in the Sampling Profiler in Timing Captures.  This video shows how to use CPU samples to analyze CPU performance in portions of your title that aren’t sufficiently instrumented with PIX events.
We are pleased to announce the second preview of PowerShell Crescendo, a framework to rapidly develop PowerShell cmdlets for native commands, regardless of platform. The updated preview releases are now available for download on the PowerShell Gallery: Microsoft.PowerShell.Crescendo Preview 2...
Reading uninitialized memory is one of the major sources of security vulnerabilities in C and C++ programs. Microsoft developed many tools to find such errors including compiler warnings, static analysis checks, and more recently: code instrumentation.  For a more detailed overview of...




Social Robots with De'Aira Bryant
5/7/2021, Hanselminutes
De’Aira Bryant is a doctoral student in the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her research areas span the fields of human-robot interaction and artificial...