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The Fourth Conference of Research Software Engineering was held at the University of Birmingham.

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Thursday, September 19 • 13:30 - 15:00
#6W7a - Be an RSE Superhero with VS Code and Azure Pipelines (part 1)

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In this workshop, we will show you how you can incorporate VS Code and Azure Pipelines into your day-to-day workflow as an RSE, helping you to be more productive and accomplish common tasks with greater ease.

VS Code is an easily extensible, cross-platform code editor that has support for a wide array of different languages and toolchains. We will show you how extensions like Live Share (which let small groups edit the same files in different editors), Azure Tools (which provides a rich suite of interactions with Azure) and Remote Development (which lets you work locally but run code remotely) can give you RSE superpowers in your day-to-day work. We will also walk you through how to use Azure Pipelines to provide simple yet powerful Continuous Integration and Deployment functionality for your projects, from multi environment testing to automated building and deployment of your solutions. Come along and learn how VS Code and Azure Pipelines can empower you to do more.

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Johnson

Matthew Johnson

RSE, Microsoft
I am a research software engineer at Microsoft, working on human understanding and augmented reality. I am also on the board of trustees of SocRSE. Feel free to talk to me about being an RSE, computer vision, or artificial intelligence. I also love board games and early music :)
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Tania Allard

RSE conference diversity and accessibility chair, Microsoft



Thursday September 19, 2019 13:30 - 15:00
5. Nuffield Building, Room G17 Nuffield Building