What are your impressions of the Visual Studio IDE on Windows Azure VM?

Anyone practicing the use of RDP for programming using VS to Azure? As it is with the brakes and what width the channel it is desirable to use?

What are the pings to data centers? And where better to create images if you are in Russia, I suppose in Western Europe, since it is closer?
September 26th 19 at 11:38
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September 26th 19 at 11:40
What RDP for programming? There IDE directly in the browser. At first glance liked. Works quickly, I would say, cool. BUT I have nothing much to compare.

Minus openwork:
1) price
2) debilo interface.
There's just a hell that. I don't know what a genius to come up with. "it's just... I don't can say. Bitrix clever interface did. Where if the button is visible. And if the link is also visible. I don't know what sort of managers they clearly went into their fantasies to themselves and proved their correctness.
3) loss ip4 turning off the path ( this is a separate issue. Not to lose domain of ip is possible only if the domain is www. That is without www to virtualke not bind C-name)
IDE in the browser it VS online. But you can pick a VM with Windows 8 or Server 2012, VS 2013 and c to work on RDP with VS in normal Windows.

1. The price they are quite adequate.
2. Interface in preview they did new, not to say that better, but you can get used.
3. Third level domain is bound to the VM, no problem with it. - kip_Nicolas91 commented on September 26th 19 at 11:43
RDP lag is small, almost not noticeable. 2GHz core is not enough. The locale on that same i3 will do. And pay 5K a month for two cores at 2GHz.. expensive - Darrin_Tow commented on September 26th 19 at 11:46

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