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- New to Anomaly Detector: Multivariate Capabilities | AI Showby Seth Juarez, pgray9933 on 7th May 2021 at 18:00
On this week's episode of the AI Show Live with Seth Juarez, Tony Xing joins the show to talk about the latest multivariate capabilities with Anomaly Detector. Stay tuned after the segment as Seth gets back to work on his Roshambo game.Jump to:[00:17] Seth welcomes Tony[00:49] What is Anomaly Detector?[01:30] New to Anomaly Detector: Multivariate detection[02:55] Use case scenario visualization[05:00] API Endpoints[08:57] Submit the model training with a blob file[13:44] How does the data come back?[14:11] Who is using?Learn more:Anomaly Detector Multivariate blog: https://aka.ms/ADMultivariateBlogAnomaly Detector Multivariate quickStarts https://aka.ms/ADMultivariateQuickstartsAnomaly Detector best practices https://aka.ms/ADBestPracticesBuild predictive maintenance solution https://aka.ms/ADBuildPMSolutionAzure Anomaly Detector sample notebook: https://aka.ms/ADSampleNotebookJoin the Roshambo Discussion: https://aka.ms/AIShow/RoshamboDiscussionAI Show https://aka.ms/AIShowCreate a Free account (Azure) https://aka.ms/aishow-seth-azurefreeGet Started with Machine Learning https://aka.ms/AIShow/StartMLAI for Developers - https://aka.ms/AIShow/AIforDevelopersAzure Machine Learning https://aka.ms/AIShow/AzureMLFollow Seth https://twitter.com/sethjuarezFollow Tony https://twitter.com/XingGuodongDon't miss new episodes, subscribe to the AI Show https://aka.ms/AIShowsubscribeJoin us every other Friday, for an AI Show livestream on Learn TV and YouTube https://aka.ms/LearnTV - https://aka.ms/AIShowLive
- Managing an ACTUAL Library using the Power Platform and Matthew Perrin | #LessCodeMorePowerby Channel 9 Studio on 7th May 2021 at 14:00
Continuous learning is essential, but is reliant on access to that knowledge. How can we help our community learn in challenging times? Check out this episode of Less Code More Power where we meet Matthew Perren, a Microsoft Business Central Consultant, and hear how he took his passion for books AND learning, taught himself the Power Platform, and used this new knowledge to bring books and his community together during a pandemic.Follow Matthew on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MatthewPerren1Connect with Matthew on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-perren/
- Building Accessible Mobile Apps | The Xamarin Show | The Xamarin Showby James Montemagno on 6th May 2021 at 19:00
This week, James is joined by Rachel Kang, software engineer on the Xamarin.Forms and .NET MAUI team, who talks to us about the importance of building accessible apps. She shows off how you can start today testing your apps and adding features from Xamarin.Forms to make them even more accessible. Then she shows off some exciting work coming in .NET MAUI.Show Links:Blog - Journey to accessible appsMicrosoft Learn - Building accessible apps with Xamarin.FormsGitHub - A11YToolsFollow @JamesMontemagnoNever Miss an Episode: Follow @TheXamarinShowUseful Links:Learn more about XamarinLearn more about Xamarin.FormsLearn more about Cross-platform developmentXamarin Developer CenterXamarin BlogMicrosoft Learn Self-Guided TrainingCreate a Free Account (Azure)Xamarin Developers YouTube ChannelXamarin on TwitterGet your questions answered on the Microsoft Q&A for .NET
- Migrating to SQL: Cloud Migration Strategies and Phases in Migration Journey (Ep. 1) | Data Exposedby Anna Hoffman, Marisa Brasile on 6th May 2021 at 16:00
Understand the various cloud migration drivers, migration strategies, and various phases in the migration journey in this episode of Data Exposed with Venkata Raj Pochiraju. He'll also introduce various database migration tools and services that Microsoft builds to help you in the migration journey. [01:14] Migration planning and execution[05:39] Application Portfolio Rationalization (MSIT)[08:57] Migration Investiments[12:01] Getting Started Resources:Database Migration GuidesAzure MigrateTutorial: Discover servers running in VMware environment with Azure Migrate: Discovery and assessmentTutorial: Assess SQL instances for migration to Azure SQL
- EF Core | Visual Studio Toolboxby Robert Green on 6th May 2021 at 14:34
Jeremy Likness shows some of what's new in EF Core. He first shows off many-to-many relationships [07:30] and then reviews some of what's coming in EF Core 6 [26:30]. Jeremy will be speaking on EF Core at the upcoming DEVintersection conferences (June 6-11 in Orlando and Dec 5-10 in Las Vegas). To learn more and sign up, visit https://www.devintersection.com/#!/?track=dev and use discount code DEV21.
- Create bots with Power Virtual Agents - MBAS | Learn Liveby Rob Gibbens on 5th May 2021 at 13:36
Today, organizations look for more effective ways to deliver customer service solutions to their customers. Customers seek faster and more precise self-service support options, while businesses seek to satisfy their customers with faster, better customer service. The intersection of these needs can be met with Microsoft Power Virtual Agents. In this session, you'll learn how to get started with Power Virtual Agents bots.At Microsoft Business Application Summit 2021, April Dunnam and Gitika Gupta walk through the Microsoft Learn module from https://aka.ms/learn-mbas-bots
- C# Language Highlights: Default Interface Methods | On .NETby Cecil Phillip, ricardoesway on 27th April 2021 at 19:00
In this short video, Matt and Cecil show us how we can use default interface methods in your C# code. Useful LinksDefault Interface methodsUpdate interfaces with default interface methods in C# 8.0.NET Videos
- Storage 101 for Azure SQL and SQL Server Engineers | Data Exposedby Anna Hoffman, Marisa Brasile on 27th April 2021 at 16:00
Why is storage so important for Data Engineering? Learn how storage impacts the performance of your database solution. In this episode with MVP Argenis Fernandez, we will go over the basics of I/O, what the different access patterns are for the database engine and how to tell when there is an issue with underlying storage for your database.[00:34] About Argenis Fernandez[01:23] Why is storage so important for data engineering?[02:12] Latency[03:04] IOPS[04:17] Bandwidth[08:45] Different IO Block Sizes[12:03] SQL Server I/O Patterns[18:19] Getting startedResources:Argenis' blog on IO Block SizeGianluca's WorkloadTools MVP Edition episodeFor any questions, reach out to Argenis and other MVPs on Twitter with #SQLHelpAbout Argenis Fernandez:Argenis Fernandez is a Principal Architect for Pure Storage. He works with customers around the world to make their experience with storage better. He's a Data Platform MVP, a VMware vExpert and a Microsoft Certified Master. Argenis also worked on the SQL Server engineering team as a Principal Program Manager handling various areas of the database engine as well as other internal projects within Microsoft. Argenis is a community enthusiast and speaks at all major Azure SQL-related conferences.About MVPs:Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, or MVPs, are technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community. They are always on the "bleeding edge" and have an unstoppable urge to get their hands on new, exciting technologies. They have a very deep knowledge of Microsoft products and services, while also being able to bring together diverse platforms, products, and solutions, to solve real-world problems. MVPs make up a global community of over 4,000 technical experts and community leaders across 90 countries/regions and are driven by their passion, community spirit, and the quest for knowledge. Above all and in addition to their amazing technical abilities, MVPs are always willing to help others - that's what sets them apart. Learn more: https://aka.ms/mvpprogram
- Authentication for Serverless apps with Easy Auth | On .NETby Cecil Phillip, ricardoesway on 27th April 2021 at 11:00
Security can be tricky, especially when comes to serverless. Azure App Service Auth (also referred to as “Easy Auth”) does provide some support for adding auth to your applications with writing minimal or no code.In this episode, Christos is joined by Matthew Henderson from the Azure Functions team to show[01:11] - What does EasyAuth do?[04:18] - What are the supported providers ?[06:10] - Setting up an identity provider (DEMO) Useful LinksAuthentication and authorization in Azure App ServiceIntroduction to Azure FunctionsMicrosoft Identity Web authentication library
- Quantum Code with Dr. Sarah Kaiser | CodeStoriesby Golnaz, Kaitlin McKinnon, Christina Warren, Anna Soracco, Ryan Jorgensen on 26th April 2021 at 13:00
In this episode of CodeStories, Dr. Sarah Kaiser demos Hello World! in Q#, shares some quantum algorithms, and talks about how she got started as a children's book author.Jump to:[01:04] Q# Hello World [02:17] using Qubits in Q#[02:52] Quantum coin demo - QRNG (quantum random number generator)[03:57] Bernstein-Vazirani algorithm[04:42] What is a quantum oracle?[08:57] Azure Quantum demo[11:49] Connect with quantum community[13:18] Children's books!Learn more:Part 1 Quantum Questions with Dr. Sarah Kaiser Learn Quantum computing https://aka.ms/CS/MSFTQuantumLearningQ# programming language user guide https://aka.ms/CS/qsharpAzure Quantum https://aka.ms/CS/AzureQuantumAzure free trial https://aka.ms/CS/AzureFreeTrialConnect with quantum community: Dr. Sarah Kaiser https://www.sckaiser.comQ# Community https://qsharp.communityWomen in Quantum Computing and Applications (WIQCA) https://wiqca.devLike and Subscribe to CodeStories on Channel 9 https://aka.ms/c9CodeStories
- Getting Started with Jupyter Notebooks in VS Code | Visual Studio Toolboxby Robert Green, Leslie Richardson [MSFT] on 22nd April 2021 at 16:57
Jupyter notebooks are the go-to tool for data scientists. They make it easy to write and run some code, quickly see the results and then tweak and repeat. Claudia Regio shows how Visual Studio Code has native support for Jupyter notebooks. Click here to download Visual Studio Code Insiders. Click here to download for the Python extension
- Blowing your mind with F# | Azure Cosmos DB Confby Aaron Powell on 20th April 2021 at 16:00
F# is the lesser known of the .NET programming languages, but it can pack a punch when it comes to building applications. But what does that have to do with CosmosDB? What if I told you that you could get compile time checking of the validity of your database access, the collections to query and the queries themselves? I'd say that you'll have to join me and find out!
- Developer's guide to Microsoft Graph | Learn Together: Building Apps with Microsoft Graphby Dan Wahlin, Ayca Bas on 14th April 2021 at 18:00
Join Ayca Bas and Dan Wahlin as they share a developer's guide to Microsoft Graph – the what, why, and how. Want to learn more about Microsoft Graph and complete Learn modules for a chance to win prizes? Join the Graph Learn Challenge: aka.ms/challenge-graphGraph Learn Challenge: aka.ms/challenge-graphEnter the challenge for a chance to win prizes!Complete learn modules and test your knowledge about Microsoft GraphMicrosoft Graph docs: aka.ms/docs-graphOverview documentation for Microsoft Graph with tutorials, reference docs, and more information to get started building apps with GraphMicrosoft Graph Fundamentals learning path: aka.ms/learn-graphNew to Graph? Start your dev journey with an introductory Learning Path.Microsoft Graph Toolkit module: aka.ms/learn-mgtLove how east the toolkit makes things? Learn more on Learn!
- Welcome Session | Focus on Windowsby Scott Hunter, Olia Gavrysh on 7th February 2021 at 15:27
Scott and Olia open the day with what's happening in the .NET ecosystem, the .NET Windows developer landscape, and show you what's new with Windows Forms and WPF development on .NET 5.
- VS Code an overnight success...10 years in the making with Erich Gamma | VS Code Day 2021by Erich Gamma on 26th January 2021 at 04:49
VS Code an overnight success...10 years in the making with Erich GammaResources:https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/remote/remote-overviewhttps://vscode.github.com
- Key benefits of integrating web applications into Microsoft Teams | Learn Together: Developing Apps for Teamsby Dan Wahlin, Burke Holland on 16th December 2020 at 19:04
If you're working on a Line of Business application, a Software as a Service application, or an entirely different category of application, you can bring your apps directly into Teams and provide a more productive way for users to get work done. In this session Burke Holland and Dan Wahlin will demonstrate key benefits your users will experience by integrating Web apps into Teams such as Single Sign-On, Teams tab access, interactive bots (with AI capabilities), mobile access to your apps through Teams, and more.Learn more about Teams app development here: Develop apps for Microsoft Teams – AssociateGitHub here: https://github.com/microsoft/DevAppsForTeams
- Extracting Value from Text and Audio to Inform Business Strategy | All Around Azure: A Developer's Guide to AIby Amanda Wong on 14th December 2020 at 23:58
Tailwind Traders have a great website and application for customers and partners. However, they are seeing an increased amount of support tickets regarding usage of these offerings. They want to store, analyze and extract insights from their text and audio data to make better product backlog decisions and reduce their support tickets. In this session you'll learn how Tailwind Traders took their support ticket text and audio files, convert and extract insight metadata from each ticket using Azure Cognitive Services Text Analytics and Speech-to-Text. Then aggregated their findings to inform their product backlog and implement improvements.Key technologies included: Azure Cognitive Services, Azure Storage and Power BI, (Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis, Speech to Text, LUIS) Explore Natural Language Processing: aka.ms/AIML20Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals Certification: aka.ms/ai900