Thursday, December 26, 2019

Visual Studio: Open Up a New Browser Tab Instead of New Window

The default behavior of Visual Studio when debugging a web application is it opens up a new window of the browser instead of firing up a new tab. But this can be a real pain when you have multiple projects running, you will have many browser instances and it's really hard to navigate in between (well, at least for me).

This is a quick post on how you can get rid of that behavior. Actually, it's pretty easy, I had this configured sometime back, but it took a while for me to figure it out again.

Go to Tools -> Options -> Projects and Solutions -> Web Projects. And there you have this checkbox: Stop debugger when browser window is closed, close browser when debugging stops. You just uncheck it and that's it.
Stop debugger when browser window is closed, close browser when debugging stops
Hope this helps.

Happy Coding.

Regards,
Jaliya

Saturday, December 14, 2019

Session: Integrating ML.NET to an Azure Web App Bot at Global AI Bootcamp 2019, Auckland, New Zealand

Global AI Bootcamp is a free one-day event organized across the world by local communities that are passionate about artificial intelligence on Microsoft Azure. This year, the event takes place on December 14th, with venues on every continent.

Global AI Bootcamp 2019, Auckland, New Zealand was organized by Leila Etaati and Indira Bandari and there were 13 awesome talks delivered by industry experts on AI-related topics. I also had the privilege of delivering a session there and my session was about ML.NET and how we can easily integrate ML.NET into an Azure Web App Bot.



Happy Coding.

Regards,
Jaliya

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Visual C# Technical Guru - October 2019

Another month as a judge in Microsoft TechNet Guru Awards under Visual C# category. The TechNet Guru Awards celebrate the technical articles on Microsoft TechNet.

Post in Official Blog,
Visual C# Technical Guru - October 2019
Happy Coding.

Regards,
Jaliya