#Windows10 – #WindowsHello for Pets (yes, for pets!) #RaspberryPi #HacksterIO

Hi! Today I had to write a post about ASP.Net and Amazon Alexa but I have not finished my drafts on this. So I'll share one of the most geek projects I've seen this year: Cat Door with Pet Recognition (link) As always, a video is the best way to explain this! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ao2vJX710k And in … Continue reading #Windows10 – #WindowsHello for Pets (yes, for pets!) #RaspberryPi #HacksterIO

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#VS2017– Azure WebApi App, Amazon Alexa Skills and the error “I’m not sure what went wrong” (you get tired of listening!)

Hi! Just over a month ago Amazon officially launched its Amazon Echo line in Canada. In Avanade we will host an event specially dedicated to Artificial Intelligence and Voice Interfaces. And now that the holiday season has finished, it's time to share some of the lessons learned over the last few months working with Alexa … Continue reading #VS2017– Azure WebApi App, Amazon Alexa Skills and the error “I’m not sure what went wrong” (you get tired of listening!)

#Coding4Fun – Goodbye to one of the funniest and useful Channel9 ‘s resources

Hi! Coding4Fun's blog has officially closed. I guess the best way to summarize what is Coding4fun is with a couple of facts 1er article on April 2005. And it was written by a VIP guest: Scott Hanselman @shanselman and he was not even a MS employee during those days! Over 1500 blog posts and almost 300 … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – Goodbye to one of the funniest and useful Channel9 ‘s resources

#VS2017 – Main Namespaces to be used in Q#

Hi! When we create a new Q# (extension. qs) file, this new file has a main namespace (usualy our project name) and then it includes a series of namespaces that will be used in our operations. Something similar to this image The Q# file operation template includes 2 main namespaces to be used     open … Continue reading #VS2017 – Main Namespaces to be used in Q#

#VS2017 – Releasing #Qubits using Reset() and ResetAll() in Q# on Microsoft Quantum Development Kit

HI! Yesterday I wrote on the MResetZ() which allows us to get the status of a Qubit and release it. Well, at the end of each Q# operation, all the used Qubits need to be released for the simulator to work properly. The following sample code will show a bad sample where a Qubit is used … Continue reading #VS2017 – Releasing #Qubits using Reset() and ResetAll() in Q# on Microsoft Quantum Development Kit

#Event – Materials used during the [#AI: Hype or Reality] session at #MSTechSummit Toronto

HI! Microsoft Tech Summit Toronto 2017 has ended and the time has come to share the materials of my presentation. During my AI for the Enterprises session, I did not resist commenting on one of the most sympathetic examples in the world of AI: Muffin or Chihuahua. I strongly suggest to the people to search for … Continue reading #Event – Materials used during the [#AI: Hype or Reality] session at #MSTechSummit Toronto

#QuantumDevKit – #Qubit operations in Q#

Hi! I'm still at the Microsoft Tech Summit Toronto, so it's time to share another interesting learned lesson from the Microsoft Quantum Development Kit. In today's post, I will talk about the possible operations that we can perform on a Qubit. Well, the post is short: We can only perform test for identity on Qubits … Continue reading #QuantumDevKit – #Qubit operations in Q#