Bling out your command line with Windows Terminal’s new themes
It’s been three years since Microsoft debuted Windows Terminal, its official upgraded interface for programs like Command Prompt and PowerShell.
Michael Crider

Azure Functions Support for .NET 7 Progresses
Cloud developers who are into serverless computing can now enjoy support of .NET 7 as a runtime when working with Azure Functions v4.
David Ramel

TensorFlow, PyTorch, and JAX: Choosing a deep learning framework
Three widely used frameworks are leading the way in deep learning research
Ian Pointer

IT career roadmap: Cloud architect
Cloud architect is one of the top paid roles for IT professionals,
Bob Violino

Microsoft fixes Access apps failing to open after July updates
Microsoft is rolling out a fix for a known issue that caused MS Access runtime applications not to open after installing July 2022`s Patch Tuesday Office/Access security updates.
Sergiu Gatlan

Intro to Pure CSS: Minimal, modular CSS layouts
Pure CSS offers a minimalist, mobile-first approach to CSS layouts in your web pages. Let`s get started with this lightweight framework, which you can use as-is or extend with a variety of plugins.
Matthew Tyson

What is Visual Studio Code? Microsoft’s extensible code editor
Come for the fast editing. Stay for the debugging, source code management support, and huge ecosystem of extensions.
Martin Heller

How to migrate ASP.NET Core 5 code to ASP.NET Core 6
It’s easy to update your ASP.NET Core 5 code to ASP.NET Core 6. Learn how by following these examples.
Joydip Kanjilal

Tired of searching Slack, GitHub, and Google Drive separately? Do it all at once in SQL
When APIs are automatically database tables, it’s easy to combine search results from diverse APIs.
Jon Udell

Over 3.6 million MySQL servers found exposed on the Internet
MySQL servers, 2.3 million are connected over IPv4, with 1.3 million devices over IPv6.
Bill Toulas

Embed Python scripts in HTML with PyScript
The new PyScript project lets you embed Python programs directly in HTML pages and execute them within the browser without any server-based requirements.
Lawrence Abrams

Learn to Code With This PC Role-Playing Game
I’ve tried to learn programming languages on my own using a bunch of different apps and online classes, but TwilioQuest might be the most fun
Brendan Hesse

I’m a Developer. I Won’t Teach My Kids to Code, and Neither Should You.
Programming requires much more than the cut and dry language taught in children’s books.
Joe Morgan

What the Future of Programming Languages Looks Like
Developers have been using programming languages for decades to build ingenious new tools and streamline the coding process.
Nate Nead

Azure rumoured to get persistent VMs, not so certain to get Linux support
Microsoft isn’t exactly known for its watertight ship when it comes to keeping all its secrets, well, secret.
Chris Alexander

Python ends C and Java`s 20-year reign atop the TIOBE index
There hasn`t been any other language atop the monthly index since 2001, making its topping of TIOBE just one more feather in Python`s ever-plumier hat.
Brandon Vigliarolo

Working with VBA and Visual Studio Tools for Office
Visual Basic for Applications is a dead-end. Though still shipped with Office and still wildly popular with power-users, development on it has long since ceased.
Jonathan Allen