#WindowsTerminal – Open Windows Terminal from the current edit file path in Visual Studio Code @code

Hi ! I’m a big fan of Windows Terminal, and is my default external terminal in Visual Studio Code. However, today I learned a very cool tip: Launch an external Windows Terminal from Visual Studio Code, and the terminal will open using the path of the current Workspace in VSCode. Fabian explains the full scenario…… Continue reading #WindowsTerminal – Open Windows Terminal from the current edit file path in Visual Studio Code @code

#VSCode – Let’s do some #FaceRecognition with 20 lines in #Python (7/N)

Hi! I’m writing a series of posts about how to control a drone with Python and 20 lines of code, and once I reach to the point to read the camera feed, I’ve added a face detection sample. However this time I didn’t use the face_recognition python package I’ve used in this series, I performed…… Continue reading #VSCode – Let’s do some #FaceRecognition with 20 lines in #Python (7/N)

#RaspberryPi – Visual Studio Code blank screen is fixed on version 1.42. Thanks @headmelted! @code

Hi! When I wrote about how to install Visual Studio Code on a Raspberry Pi, there was an error on the app running on the device: the tool opened and display a black window. We needed to manually go back to version 1.29 to avoid this problem. And we also forgot to apply any updates,…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Visual Studio Code blank screen is fixed on version 1.42. Thanks @headmelted! @code

#VSCode – Installing Visual Studio Code @code in a #RaspberryPi, run as root, fix black screen (Updated)

Hi! TL;DR: These 2 commands are the only ones you need to install wget https://packagecloud.io/headmelted/codebuilds/gpgkey -O – | sudo apt-key add – curl -L https://code.headmelted.com/installers/apt.sh | sudo bash At the bottom of the post you will also find the command to run Visual Studio Code as Root in RPI Some history on installing VSCode in…… Continue reading #VSCode – Installing Visual Studio Code @code in a #RaspberryPi, run as root, fix black screen (Updated)

#VSCode – Let’s do some #Git dev in #RaspberryPi (GitHub and Azure DevOps!)

Hi! In my previous posts I wrote about how to prepare a developer station with a Raspverry Pi 4. I wrote on how to install Visual Studio Code, how to install .Net Core and how to build and run C# projects. Of course, the next step is to work with Git. The command to install…… Continue reading #VSCode – Let’s do some #Git dev in #RaspberryPi (GitHub and Azure DevOps!)

#VSCode – Build and Run C# #DotNetCore projects in #RaspberryPi

Hi! Time to move on with some lessons learned using Visual Studio Code in the Raspberry Pi 4. One of the first issues you may find working with VSCode in the device is related to file write permissions when you are saving a file. So, it was a good opportunity for me to learn about…… Continue reading #VSCode – Build and Run C# #DotNetCore projects in #RaspberryPi

#VSCode – Installing Visual Studio Code in a #RaspberryPi, a couple of lessons learned – @code

Hi! Now that I have my amazing Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB RAM, it’s time to see how serious the device is. So, I decided to install and use some developers’ tools in the RPi. My dev list will be something like this PythonSome ML and AI Python packagesGITArduinoVisual Studio Code It’s been a while…… Continue reading #VSCode – Installing Visual Studio Code in a #RaspberryPi, a couple of lessons learned – @code

#VSCode- Add #AzureIoT source files to your C++ settings in #VisualStudioCode

Hi! Context: You may call me picky, but I like to read source code. And if I know that I have the source code, but I can reach it, I can’t code in happy mode. So, I’m back to Azure IoT and while I was browsing the Project Catalog for my DevKit device. I hold…… Continue reading #VSCode- Add #AzureIoT source files to your C++ settings in #VisualStudioCode

#VSCode – Let’s do some #FaceRecognition with 20 lines in #Python (6/N)

Hi! In my last post I share some lines of code which allowed me to run some of the face recognition demos 6 times faster. I added a Frames per Second (FPS) feature in my samples. Later, thinking about performance, I realize that I don’t need to work with a full HD picture (1920 x…… Continue reading #VSCode – Let’s do some #FaceRecognition with 20 lines in #Python (6/N)

#Python – The best way to explain how jupyter notebooks works with Visual Studio Code @Code

Hi ! So, after my yesterday post [Edit and work with Jupyter notebooks in Visual Studio Code], today some people asked me how the Jupyter Notebooks and Python integration works. The best way to explain this is with a simple animated video with the following actions Create a cell using the prefix # %%Run the…… Continue reading #Python – The best way to explain how jupyter notebooks works with Visual Studio Code @Code