Had to switch to Brave today, as Chromium has not been getting new versions on Chocolatey, which is a security issue. It is stuck at v75 while v76, v77, and v78 have been out for a while.
A story of lost and recovered code for a project I just created.
In Silicon Valley season 4, Jian-Yang builds an AI app that identifies pictures of hotdogs. Today I am going to make a similar app to identify C# from code fragments (in case you forget how C# looks like!).
Look at this Python trying to pretend to be your favorite language:
var = await.add(item) switch(hello)
Of course the whole thing from building and training a deep convolutional network to the cross-platform UI will be written in .NET + TensorFlow.
Advanced-level tutorial on training a deep convnet to classify language from code fragments
C# occupies a lot of horizontal space. Pretty much every file
namespace, which by default adds 4 characters, and
then another 4 characters from the actual
class you are
trying to define.
How often do you look at the code you wrote ~10 years ago? Bitbucket announced Sunsetting Mercurial Support, including complete removal of all repositories using that source control system. So naturally, as one of the unfortunate souls who initially picked HG over Git, I checked out what I had there.