Microsoft Explores AI and ‘The Open Source Future with Web3’
As part of an open-source-focused Azure event, Microsoft announced new AI capabilities and explored “the open source future with Web3.”
That was the topic of a fireside chat that closed today’s (March 7) Azure Open Source Day 2023, described as an opportunity to learn more about the company’s role in the open source community, its contributions and vision.
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A companion blog post explained that “Web3 refers to another evolution of the internet, which may be more decentralized.
It is built on a blockchain, which is a distributed ledger technology that enables the creation of a secure and transparent way to transfer and store digital assets.”
One part of the fireside chat featured Microsoft’s Donovan Brown opining on the Web3 development onboarding experience being improved with Microsoft tools.
Foreign Source future with web3 as part of an Open source focused Azure event Microsoft announced new AI capabilities And explored the open source future with Web3 that was the topic of a fireside Chat that closed today's March 7 Azure Open source day 2023 described as an Opportunity to learn more about the Company's role in the open source Community its contributions and vision To stay up to date with latest top Stories make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel by clicking the button Above this video a companion blog post Explained that web3 refers to another Evolution of the internet which may be More decentralized it is built on a Blockchain which is a distributed Ledger Technology that enables the creation of A secure and transparent way to transfer And store digital assets one part of the Fireside chat featured Microsoft's Donovan Brown alpining on the web3 Development onboarding experience being Improved with Microsoft tools he's said Moving to web3 as a developer can be Difficult due to all the Frameworks and Tools needed for example across GitHub And visual studio I've seen great work In the community to address pain points And the experience of the web3 developer He said for example there have been Incredible extensions contributed by the
Community to make tools more easily Integrated into GitHub code spaces and Vs code to ease the web through Developer onboarding experience the Closing fireside chat like much of the Marketing focused event heavily featured The company's AI related initiatives Also with the power of AI you can ask Chat to create a hello world sample in Any language and copy and paste the code Into your project be aforementioned post Said when you go to modify the code have GitHub couple it help you make the Changes using all the best practices you Can do all of this inside a GitHub Codespace configured with all your Favorite tools Frameworks and visual Studio code extensions installed then You can use Azure devops or GitHub Action to deploy the application Foreign