#Event – Let’s rock some #AI and #ComputerVision at @devdotnext #devdotnext2020

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Hi!

In a couple of weeks, I’ll be visiting one of the biggest events in Broomfield, Colorado: @devdotnext.

DevDotNext

DevDotNext hosts 150+ 75-minutes Presentations, 4 Keynotes/Panels, and 11 All-day Pre-Conference Workshops.

The schedule is available here https://www.devdotnext.com/schedule with some of this amazing topics:

  • Languages
  • Design and Architecture Cloud
  • Server-Side
  • Frontend
  • DevOps
  • Microservices
  • Machine Learning
  • Testing
  • Being agile
  • Leadership
  • And more

I’ll be sharing some experiences and insights around Machine Learning, Computer Vision and IoT.

Registration and event details

Hurry up, regular registration ends soon.
Register at https://www.devdotnext.com/register

Hope to see you there. Use coupon code LEARNWITHME

Happy coding!

Greetings

El Bruno

#Event – I will be speaking at @devdotnext #devdotnext2020 this March in Colorado.

Buy Me A Coffee

Hi!

In a couple of weeks, I’ll be visiting one of the biggest events in Broomfield, Colorado: @devdotnext.

DevDotNext

DevDotNext hosts 150+ 75-minutes Presentations, 4 Keynotes/Panels, and 11 All-day Pre-Conference Workshops.

Topics covered include:

  • Languages
  • Design and Architecture Cloud
  • Server-Side
  • Frontend
  • DevOps
  • Microservices
  • Machine Learning
  • Testing
  • Being agile
  • Leadership
  • And more

I’ll be sharing some experiences and insights around Machine Learning, Computer Vision and IoT. Here are my session details.

How a PoC at home can scale to Enterprise Level using Custom Vision APIs (v2!)

It all started with a DIY project to use Computer Vision for security cameras at home. A custom Machine Learning model is the core component used to analyze pictures to detect people, animals and more in a house environment. The AI processing is performed at the edge, in dedicated hardware and the collected information is stored in the cloud.

The same idea can be applied to several CCTV scenarios, like parking lots, train stations, malls and more. However, moving this into enterprise scale brings a set of challenges, which are going to be described and explained in this session.

In this new version of the session, we will start from scratch and create a complete “Parking Garage Open Space Tracker” solution with live devices and live cars (small ones, of course)

Registration and event details

Hurry up, regular registration ends soon.
Register at https://www.devdotnext.com/register

Happy coding!

Greetings

El Bruno

#IoT – #IoTSchool, free #IoT training using Microsoft technologies

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Hi!

A while ago I wrote about the Artificial Intelligence School of Microsoft, you can find many resources on AI using Microsoft technology in that “virtual school”.

With the same bases, we can also start with Internet Of Things concepts and tutorials using Microsoft’s IoT School . It’s 100% dedicated for programmers, and if you know Python, Javascript, C#, C or NodeJs, is an amazing entry point to start learning.

Note: Check my post about AI School And you see because I like this approach.

IoT School

Greetings @ Montreal

El Bruno

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#IoT – #IoTSchool, un set completo de tutoriales gratis sobre #IoT con tecnología Microsoft

API boom

Buenas!

Hace un tiempo escribí sobre la Artificial Intelligence School de Microsoft, donde es posible encontrar muchos recursos sobre AI utilizando tecnología Microsoft.

Pues con las mismas bases, también podemos comenzar con conceptos y tutoriales de Internet of Things con IoT School de Microsoft. Es 100% orientado a programadores, y si sabes Python, Javascript, C#, C o NodeJs, es el punto de entrada para comenzar.

Nota: Revisa mi post sobre AI School y veras porque me gustan este enfoque.

IoT School

Saludos @ Montreal

El Bruno

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#Flow – “Save as ” and interaction with physical buttons: #Flic and #Bttn

Hi !

It’s been a while since I wrote about Microsoft Flow, and today we have some very interesting news to share, so let’s go for it.

I’ll start with a simple but power feature added a couple of weeks ago: “Save As” on a flow definition. This is very powerful, let me share an scenario: right now when we need to duplicate a flow definition, we need to create the flow from scratch.  With the Save As feature we can quickly create duplicates, or even snapshots of our definitions and use them as a “back up” while we are working.

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Another interesting topic is the new integration with physical buttons (link). The 2 ones for start area Flic by Shortcut Labs, and Bttn by The Button Corporation. Both need to be connected via Bluetooth to a iOS or Android device. And then, we can identify the buttons and use them as triggers for flow definitions.

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Greetings @ Toronto

El Bruno

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#Flow – “Guardar como” e integración con botones reales: Flic y Bttn

Hola !

Tenía abandonado los posts sobre Microsoft Flow, y ahora que tenemos algunas novedades interesantes, es momento de comentar las mismas.

En primer lugar tenemos una nueva opción de “Save As” para nuestras definiciones de Flow. Esto es INCREÍBLEMENTE ÚTIL, ya que hasta ahora solo podíamos crear desde cero definiciones de Flow cuando queríamos hacer un BackUp o similar.

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Otro detalle interesante es la integración con botones reales (link). En este caso con  Flic by Shortcut Labs, and Bttn by The Button Corporation. Ambos dispositivos requieren estar conectados via BlueTooth a un smartphone iOS o Android, y a partir de allí los podemos utilizar como trigger para lanzar un Flow.

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Saludos @ Toronto

El Bruno

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#Windows10 – IoT Core, first look to IoT Dashboard, Device Portal and Remote Client

Hello!

After review some of the updates for Windows 10 IoT Core, I realized the new app for managing Windows 10 IoT Core devices is great.

Setup a new Device

The creation of the image to the SD card that will be used in a device is quite simple. From the following view we can

  • Select the type of Raspberry Pi 2 or 3, Minnoboard Max, Qualcomm Dragon Board 410 c or custom
  • Select the version of OS that you want to use, stable or prereleases
  • Select the disk where you want to save this image
  • Define the name of the device and set the password if you want to use one

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Once we have defined these values, in few minutes you can have our SD list to use.

My Devices

The next step is to initialize the device. The main constrains here is to be in the same network, once we are in the same network can see the devices in the [My Devices] section.

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In each device, we will be able to

  • Open the device management portal
  • Launch PowerShell
  • Open a network share against the device
  • Copy your IP address or name
  • Access the settings to change the name

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Device Portal

This section deserves a full post, there are plenty of new options, which are very useful.

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I share some of which are more useful

  • Pair BlueTooth devices directly from the portal

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  • Define network profiles and connect to WiFi networks

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  • Access and download updates from Windows Update for Windows 10 IoT Core

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  • Configure a hotspot for sharing internet access directly from the device

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  • Configure TPM and finally launch the remote client

Remote Client

One of the most interesting options we have in this version is the ability to have a Remote Client for our device. This remote client is a Universal App called Windows IoT Remote Client

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Once launched the app, we can use the name or the IP address of our device to connect

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And once connected, we have total control of what shows our device.

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I think that is a new review of the most interesting stuff.

And, yes, the AZURE section also deserves a separate post.

Greetings @ Toronto

El Bruno

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#Podcast – What’s new in #Windows10 Anniversary Update for #Hololens and Windows 10 IoT Core (Spanish)

this w10 update really rocks

Hi !

Today is a special podcast episode, because everyone is on holidays we have to cancel some of the scheduled podcasts. And that’s fine, this is holidays time !!! So I think I try an idea I have on my mind in the past months:

Create a quick podcast where I share my opinions on some of the latest techonology news. In this episode I’ll talk about some of the news in Windows 10 Anniversary Update for some of the devices I wrote and know: Hololens and Windows 10 IoT Core.

I hope you enjoy the podcast

 

Greetings @ Toronto

El Bruno

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#Podcast – Novedades de #Windows10 Anniversary Update para #Hololens y Windows 10 IoT Core

this w10 update really rocks

Hola !

Este episodio es especial, he tenido que cancelar el par de sesiones que tenía apuntadas para grabar esta semana por cuestiones de vacaciones !!! Así que aprovecharé y me daré un gusto personal:

Comentar un poco las novedades que incluye Windows 10 Anniversary Update para 2 devices sobre los que he escrito bastante: Hololens y Windows 10 IoT Core.

Espero que disfruten del podcast

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Saludos @ Toronto

El Bruno

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#Windows10 – What’s new in #IoT Core version

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Hi !

Windows 10 Anniversary Update is here and there are lot of news to write about. I’ve already wrote about some of the new Hololens features, and I need to write down also some important topics related to Windows 10 IoT Core and Anniversary Update.

So let’s start with the basis: the main image and news are always focused on Raspberry Pi 3, however the Anniversary Update will also work with the MinnowMax, Raspberry Pi 2, and DragonBoard 410c developer boards. The new Getting Started section is a really nice step by step tutorial to setup the device much faster.

And finally, my selected set of top new features are:


  • Windows IoT Remote Client – remote into your IoT device to control and view what is displayed on your IoT device from your desktop or phone
  • Store integration – connect Windows 10 IoT Core to the store to service applications
  • Better Azure IoT Hub connectivity – provision your device with a device identity in the cloud

 

Greetings @ Toronto

El Bruno

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