Thank you to Mad Dot Net for hosting my talk on ML .Net. ML .Net is exciting technology for C# developers that would like to apply machine learning to the project. Due to my animations some of the slides didn’t translate well to the web, but all of the content is there. The deck is posted below. Let me know if you have any questions!
The Build 2020 keynotes just wrapped up and I’ve done a series of posts for my company (Octavian Technology Group). Here is a round-up of what I thought were some of the most exciting announcements:
- Project Bonsai, Machine Teaching for Autonomous Systems
- Microsoft Announces Fifth Most Powerful SuperComputer for AI Development
- Azure Machine Learning Innovations in Responsible ML
- GitHub Actions for Azure
- ASP.Net Blazor WebAssembly Support Enables Client-Side Web Apps in .NET
- Azure Data Warehouse Improvements in Azure Synapse
- Azure Cognitive Services Enhanced Deployment Options
- Microsoft Launches Industry Specific Cloud Solutions, Beginning with Healthcare
- Azure ARM Templates Improvements Simplify DevOps for the Cloud
- Azure Cosmos DB Serverless and Autoscaling Capabilities
- Azure Cognitive Services Enhanced AI Functionality
- Azure Cognitive Services Improved Language Capabilities
- Azure Cognitive Search Improved Integration with Azure ML
- Azure Bot Framework Updates Enable Greater Intelligence
I’m happy to announce that SafeNet Consulting (my employer) is hosting the Official Milwaukee local Build event. Please join us for an evening discussing the big announcements at Build, with numerous speakers that are attending Build 2019! Signup here:
Thank you to everyone that attended my talk at That Conference this last week. I appreciated the great turn out and all of the great questions. My apologies on not being able to attend the follow up Open Spaces session. Unfortunately somebody changed the time and I was unable to attend due to other session commitments. Please reach out to me directly or start a conversation in the comments if you would like to talk more about this talk or more advanced topics.
Mixed Reality – Terminology, Techniques, and UX Challenges of the HoloLens
Where: 100 State
When: 3/28/2017 6:00 PM
Do you want to explore Mars? Model a building on your conference room table? Play Minecraft in your living room? All of these things are being done today using Augmented Reality. Augmented Reality has shifted from mobile app gimmick to an immersive UXD experience that is unrivaled.