How #GitHubCoPilot πŸ€– is helping in my daily work at Microsoft on March @MSFTReactor

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Hi !

March is our Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning month. I decided to share a little about my experiences working with Visual Studio Code and CoPilot. That’s why on March I’ll share 5 different 30 minutes sessions, with my experiences working with

  • Python
  • C++
  • C#
  • Markdown
  • Using CoPilot to control a Roomba πŸ€– !

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Session/s Description

GitHub Copilot works with a broad set of frameworks and languages. Currently Copilot supports Python, JavaScript, TypeScript, Ruby, Java, and Go. However, I also used it with other languages like C++ and C#; and even while I’m writing documentation with MarkDown.
I’m always in charge. Cycling through Copilot suggestions and manually editing the suggested code is an amazing flow. What I really like is that GitHub Copilot adapts to my own code style.
During this series, we will review how Copilot works with Python, C++, C# and Markdown. We will also run Copilot in different coding environments like Visual Studio Code or GitHub Codespaces.
At the end of the series, we will use Copilot suggestions to perform a cool activity: connect and control a Roomba Vacuum cleaner.

Happy coding!

Greetings

El Bruno

More posts in my blog ElBruno.com.


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