#Podcast – #MVPbuzz Chat Episode 33 with Bruno Capuano @collabtalk

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Hi!

Some time ago, I was lucky enough to share sometime with CollabTalk Founder & CEO Christian Buckley (@buckleyplanet) in his virtual meeting space.

We had an amazing chat about the current (at that time) state of Artificial Intelligence, some chats about Microsoft technologies and more.

Now all the episodes of CollabTalk episodes are also available in podcast mode here. You can found +35 episodes with some really cool and amazing people, and in the episode 33, somehow I make the list.

The complete list is available here https://soundcloud.com/collabtalk

And my episode is here (link)

Happy coding!

Greetings @ Burlington

El Bruno

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#Podcast – Talking about #Azure Notebooks with Rodrigo (@rdiazconcha) in Interfaz (spanish podcast)

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Hi!

As it turns out that I have been fortunate to participate, once again, in Interface: the podcast that my friend Rodrigo Diaz Concha manages and coordinates (link). This time, I’ve talked about one of the coolest preview products we have in Azure: Azure Notebooks.

This product sounds weird for a .Net Developers, however, the power, productivity, and collaboration capabilities that Jupyter notebooks provide are something the Python community has long taken advantage of.

I’d better leave the podcast link and hope you enjoy it (remember, is in Spanish):

Greetings @ Toronto

The Bruno

#Podcast – Hablando de #Azure Notebooks con Rodrigo (@rdiazconcha) en Interfaz (podcast en Español)

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Buenas!

Pues resulta que he tenido la suerte de participar, una vez más, en Interfaz: el podcast que dirige y coordina mi amigo Rodrigo Diaz Concha (link). En esta oportunidad, he hablado de uno de los productos en Preview que tenemos en Azure: Azure Notebooks.

Este producto suena raro para un .Net Developers, sin embargo, la potencia, productividad y capacidades de colaboración que proveen las Jupyter notebooks, son algo que la comunidad de Python aprovecha desde hace tiempo.

Mejor dejo el link del podcast y espero que lo disfruten:

Interfaz Podcast Episodio 113 – Azure Notebooks con Bruno Capuano

Saludos @ Toronto

El Bruno

#Personal – Behind the Tech and #Hanselminutes, 2 amazing podcasts from Kevin Scott and @shanselman!

Hi!

Today I’ll share some of my preferred podcasts, some of the usual ones for while I’m running or on the train going to work. I’ll start with a classic from Scott Hanselman @shanselman

HanselMinutes

Scott recorded more than 600 episodes and he has been publised a 30 min episode every week for a very long time. So let me start with a big thank you! I usually listen to this one in iVoox https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-hanselminutes_sq_f1146830_1.html.

Here in the episode [How do you become a CTO – with Microsoft’s CTO Kevin Scott] Scott Hanselman has an amazing conversation with Kevin Scott, and this was my first time listening to Kevin Scott @kevin_scott.Then I starting to connect the dots, and I found his new podcast.

Behind the Tech

Kevines is Microsoft CTO, and he has an amazing career, just check his linkedin profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/jkevinscott/. In his podcasts he starting with some very interesting interviews to top tech references like Andre Ng, AI world reference and Anders Hejlsberg, know as the father of C# and TypeScript. In iVoox,
https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-behind-the-tech-with-kevin-scott_sq_f1588937_1.html

So, I hope now you have 2 podcasts to add to your favorites.

Happy coding!

Greetings@ Toronto

El Bruno

#Personal – Behind the Tech y #Hanselminutes, 2 podcasts esenciales de Kevin Scott y @shanselman!

Buenas!

Hoy mesalgo un poco de los tópicos habituales y voy a sugerir un par de podcasts queestoy escuchando mientras corro y en los trenes de camino al trabajo. En primerlugar, voy con un clásico de Scott Hanselman @shanselman y su podcast

HanselMinutes

Scott lleva másde 600 episodios, y ha tenido la constancia de publicar episodios de 30 minutossemanalmente durante años. Yo lo escucho regularmente en iVoox https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-hanselminutes_sq_f1146830_1.html.

En el episodio [How do you become a CTO – with Microsoft’s CTO Kevin Scott] Scott Hanselman tiene una conversaciónmuy amena con Kevin y de allí, conectando puntos llegue al podcast de Kevin Scott @kevin_scott.

Behind the Tech

Kevines el actual CTO de Microsoft y hay que ver su perfil en LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jkevinscott/para darse cuenta de que tiene una carrera ilustre. En su canal hay entrevistasa grandes de la tecnología como Andre Ng, referente mundial de InteligenciaArtificial y otro ejemplo puede ser Anders Hejlsberg, creador de lenguajes comoC# y TypeScript. En iVoox,
https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-behind-the-tech-with-kevin-scott_sq_f1588937_1.html

Pues eso, 2 podcast a agregar a tu lista de favoritos.

Happy coding!

Saludos @ Toronto

El Bruno

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

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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 immediate availability of ML.NET: a Framework of Machine Learning For .net developers with the C# or F # languages.  ML.NET is an Open project Source, and you can run on Windows, Linux, and MacOS.

To talk about this and more related topics, in this episode we have the presence of Bruno Capuano, who has been a Microsoft MVP for 11 years and currently serves as innovation Lead for Avanade Canada.

During this interesting talk, Bruno explains to us what is ML.NET, where we can apply his notions, what is the state of the development tools currently, the Roadmap of this FrameworkAs well as a description of what we can do with this fascinating technology.

Greetings @ Toronto

El Bruno

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#Podcast – Machine Learning .Net, invitado en Interfaz #MLNet

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Buenas!

De vuelta a un podcast, esta vez invitado por el gran Rodrigo Diaz Concha para hablar de Machine Learning .Net. El audio se puede encontrar aquí

Como era de esperarse, durante Build 2018 hubo una gran cantidad de anuncios y novedades al rededor del tema de Inteligencia Artificial (AI).  Uno de estos anuncios por parte de Microsoft fue la disponibilidad inmediata de ML.NET: un framework de Machine Learning para los desarrolladores de .NET con los lenguajes C# o F#.  ML.NET es un proyecto Open Source, y puede ejecutar en Windows, Linux y macOS.

Para hablarnos de este y más temas relacionados, en este episodio contamos con la presencia de Bruno Capuano, quien es un Microsoft MVP desde hace 11 años y que actualmente se desempeña como Innovation Lead para Avanade Canadá.

Durante esta interesante charla, Bruno nos explica qué es ML.NET, dónde podemos aplicar sus nociones, cuál es el estado de las herramientas de desarrollo actualmente, el roadmap de este framework, así como también una descripción de qué podemos hacer con esta fascinante tecnología.

Saludos @ Toronto

El Bruno

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#Podcast – NTN 41 – The world is your office with Héctor Giner, CEO en @wearecommite

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Hello!

Today I am lucky enough to speak with Héctor Giner (@hectorginer) in a Toronto, Seville connection. Initially we were going to talk about some strategies to manage work with clients in remote locations, Although on the way the conversation led us to share experiences of another type.

In example, combining family schedules with working hours, convince your client that the time difference is an advantage not a problem and other issues that left us an episode more than interesting.

As always, at the end of the episode we have the latest technology thanks to Sergio Mabres, this time talking about Email, The fall of Snapchat and more!. I hope you enjoy it, and apologize for the mistakes (if any).

Saludos @ Burlington

El Bruno

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#Podcast – NTN 41 – Tu oficina es el mundo con Héctor Giner, CEO en @wearecommite

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Hola!

Hoy tengo la suerte de hablar con Héctor Giner (@hectorginer) en una conexión Toronto, Sevilla. Inicialmente íbamos a hablar sobre algunas estrategias para gestionar el trabajo con clientes en lugares remotos, aunque por el camino la conversación nos llevó a compartir experiencias de otro tipo.

Por ejemplo, compaginar los horarios de familia con los horarios de trabajo, convencer a tu cliente que la diferencia horaria es una ventaja no un problema y otros tantos temas que nos dejaron un episodio más que interesante.

Como siempre, al final del episodio tenemos las novedades de tecnología gracias a Sergio Mabres, esta vez hablando de boto electrónico, la caída de Snapchat y más!. Espero que lo disfruten, y que disculpen los errores (si es que hubo alguno).

Saludos @ Burlington

El Bruno

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#Podcast – NTN 40 – Introduction to Machine Learning (lucky for us, JavaScript free)

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Hello!

Episode dedicated to Machine Learning. I am very lucky to have 2 experts on the subject, Pablo Alvarez Doval (@PabloDoval) and Rodrigo Cabello (@mrcabellom).

As always we had a prepared agenda, however, along the way we deviated from the agenda, and things became more real. We cover the definition of Machine Learning, we also talk about some languages ​​and tools that we have available for ML, and about the Frameworks that we can use today. AzureML, CNTK, Tensor Flow, Python, R and real experiences of ML projects. I like to learn / listen to real experiences.

Special mention to the reference of Pablo on the “you do not need to be a mathematician to work in ML”, and the explanation of Rodrigo on the reason for the popularity of Python in the ML community.

At the end of the episode we have the latest technology thanks to Sergio Mabres. I hope you enjoy, and apologize for the mistakes (if there were any).

 

Greetings @ Burlington

El Bruno

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