Code Assistant for my own data

AdityaSa 801 Reputation points

I have a large code base - proprietary code on my hardware devices. we want to "make it available" for Code Assistant.

Are there best approaches for co-pilot?

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  1. Ramr-msft 17,656 Reputation points

    @A-4824 Thanks for the question. Code Assistant, also known as GitHub Copilot, is an AI-powered code completion tool that can help you write code faster and more efficiently. To make your proprietary code available for Code Assistant, you can follow the best practices:

    Use secure coding practices: To protect your proprietary code, you should follow secure coding practices and ensure that your code repository is secure. You can use GitHub's security features, such as two-factor authentication and access control, to protect your code.

    By following these best practices, you can make your proprietary code available for Code Assistant while ensuring that it remains secure and protected.

    You can use the enterprise data (vector search/lexical search -> prompt injection). Here is the sample to use the codex.

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