Evgeny Klimenchenko
Aug 11, 2021 ⋅ 8 min read

1 week with GitHub Copilot: Building an app using only Copilot

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2 Replies to "1 week with GitHub Copilot: Building an app using only Copilot"

  1. Well a lot of programming languages have had IDs that have done most of this for years. Without AI. Also the comments generated well those are the kind you probably should never ride anyways. Most, should be why and then I say I won’t be able to do that. Maybe it’ll get better and be useful.

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