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#MLNET – Loading Data In our LearningPipeline With List  (Lists for ever!)

#MLNET – Loading Data In our LearningPipeline With List (Lists for ever!)

Hi! In the last post about Machine Learning.Net I wrote about some of the novelties of the version 0.2.0. One interesting new feature allowed us to load data not only from a flat text file, like an Csv,. The new option allow us to work with objects within a collection. The following code example shows … Continue reading #MLNET – Loading Data In our LearningPipeline With List (Lists for ever!)

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#Windows10 – Windows Community Toolkit V 3.0 makes life incredibly easy if you need working with the camera in a #UWP App

#Windows10 – Windows Community Toolkit V 3.0 makes life incredibly easy if you need working with the camera in a #UWP App

Hi! These are worldcup days so the posts will be short and at directly to the foot. Today I was in need to work with the camera in a UWP App; and of course, this requires a few lines of code, but I know they can be just one line of code. I remembered that … Continue reading #Windows10 – Windows Community Toolkit V 3.0 makes life incredibly easy if you need working with the camera in a #UWP App

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

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

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 … Continue reading #IoT – #IoTSchool, free #IoT training using Microsoft technologies

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#Event – #InsiderDevTour, June 25th at #Microsoft office

#Event – #InsiderDevTour, June 25th at #Microsoft office

Hi! Post in mode Reminder mode for next June 25th. That day we will have an event during the whole day dedicated to development with Microsoft technologies. The agenda is just great: Registration Opening Break Modernize your existing Apps for Windows 10 Get the Most Out of your Web App with a PWA Lunch Serverless … Continue reading #Event – #InsiderDevTour, June 25th at #Microsoft office

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#Event – Materials from the Session: Introduction to Machine Learning.Net

#Event – Materials from the Session: Introduction to Machine Learning.Net

Hi! I continue with the sessions of Machine Learning.Net and in this case plays sharing slides and Source Code Of the examples commented yesterday with friends of MundoSQL. As always, it was a placer to talk about these topics. And in this one is more than special, because I had the opportunity to be a … Continue reading #Event – Materials from the Session: Introduction to Machine Learning.Net

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#MLNET – What’s new in version 0.2.0

#MLNET – What’s new in version 0.2.0

Buenas! I was checking the materials for tomorrow session [Introduction to Machine Learning .Net], when I realized that I had the opportunity to upgrade to the latest version; from 0.1.0 to 0.2.0. In addition to some syntax changes, such as how to use TextLoader(), there are other changes that deserve to be mentioned. In the … Continue reading #MLNET – What’s new in version 0.2.0

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#Event – Introduction to ML.Net, amazing session about #MachineLearning.Net

#Event – Introduction to ML.Net, amazing session about #MachineLearning.Net

Hi! Quick post on Friday, and a quick reference to an event for next Monday June 11th, where I will be fortunate to share a general introduction to Machine Learning.Net. More information in Carlos’ blog > http://www.mundosql.es/2018/05/31/charlasmundosql-introduccion-al-machinelearning-net-ml/ And if you’re from Toronto, remember that the next Monday June 25th I will be part of the … Continue reading #Event – Introduction to ML.Net, amazing session about #MachineLearning.Net

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

#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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