In this session, we will explore GitHub Copilot, an AI-powered tool that helps developers write code faster and with less work. GitHub Copilot uses OpenAI Codex, a generative pre-trained language model that draws context from comments and code to suggest individual lines and whole functions instantly
Eduardo Kieling is a Brazilian IT expert with a focus on Cloud Computing. He has a Master’s degree in Applied Computing and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. He is a Microsoft Azure MVP with extensive experience in the international market and has worked in various companies. Eduardo is currently a Senior Cloud Solutions Architect, responsible for designing, implementing, and administering various technologies. He is also one of the leaders and founders of the AzureRS community in Brazil and currently resides in Madrid, Spain.
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