#eBook – Free eBook: A Developer’s Guide to Building AI Applications

Hi! Interesting news from Microsoft and O'Reilly: now we can download this new ebook for free [A Developer’s Guide to Building AI Applications]. The book is developer-oriented and I have it ready on my Kindle to finish it full tomorrow on the plane. It has only 52 pages and are quite enjoyable to read. I … Continue reading #eBook – Free eBook: A Developer’s Guide to Building AI Applications

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#Event – How #ChatBots and #MixedReality can enhance your Field Maintenance Capabilities

Hi! At the time this post is published I'll be testing the Wifi On the airplane. I have no high expectations in this. The last time I've try this, a simple task like try to load GMail was an almost impossible. Well, for the next 2 days it's my turn to share experiences related to … Continue reading #Event – How #ChatBots and #MixedReality can enhance your Field Maintenance Capabilities

#Azure – Azure #SignalR Service, a new Azure service 100% dedicated to #SignalR scenarios

Hi! I'm still going over the news from the Build, and this is one of the most happy ones since I am a big fan of SignalR. Well, it turns out that if you're creating a App use SignalR now you can leave behind the need to create a WebApp to contain your message host. … Continue reading #Azure – Azure #SignalR Service, a new Azure service 100% dedicated to #SignalR scenarios

#Windows10 – Focus Assist, option for Presentation mode

Hi! After To write about Presentation Settings And Move Mouse, today it's my turn to give a small review to one very interesting features in Windows 10: Focus Assist. This new option can be turned on or off from the Windows notifications panel When we activate this option, Windows 10 will not show any notification, … Continue reading #Windows10 – Focus Assist, option for Presentation mode

#Podcast – Machine Learning .Net, Guest In Interface Podcast #MLNet

Hi ! Back to a podcast, this time invited by the great Rodrigo Diaz Concha to talk about Machine Learning Net. The audio can be found here As expected, during Build 2018 there were a lot of announcements and novelties around the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI).  One of these announcements by Microsoft was the … Continue reading #Podcast – Machine Learning .Net, Guest In Interface Podcast #MLNet

#MLNET – What’s a #MachineLearning model? A 7 minute video as the best possible explanation

Hi! Now that I'm starting to talk about Machine Learning For .net developers, one of the first questions you ask me is that you describe it as a model. Well, in the series of articles of [Data Sciende for Begginers] there's a video of Brandon Rohrer which basically nailed it. Predict an answer with a … Continue reading #MLNET – What’s a #MachineLearning model? A 7 minute video as the best possible explanation

#GAAD – Global Accessibility Awareness Day, #CodeTalk and the #Xbox Adaptative Controller

Hi! It is likely that over the years I am becoming more sensitive to these kinds of issues, however, I have always tried to contribute my grain of sand in this type of companies. In case you didn't know, last 17th of May It was the World Day of awareness of accessibility (Global Accessibility Awareness … Continue reading #GAAD – Global Accessibility Awareness Day, #CodeTalk and the #Xbox Adaptative Controller

#MLNET – Write and Load models using Machine Learning .Net

Hi ! Today post fast that the code is self explanatory. First, based on the previous posts, the process of defining and training the model. The important thing happens on lines 15 and 16, where the model is recorded. https://gist.github.com/elbruno/247220ec155c8b152637beef8d5872c9 And then another project, where the engraved model is used. Attention to lines 18 to … Continue reading #MLNET – Write and Load models using Machine Learning .Net