Hi! After a couple of weeks of events where Artificial Intelligence was one of the topics I talk and share the most, it’s time to write step by step on: How to create an Alexa Skill for Amazon Echo and connect it with a WebSite in Azure The people at Amazon are nicer than hot … Continue reading #Tutorial – How to build an #Amazon #AlexaSkill using Visual Studio 2017, C# and #Azure (1 de N)
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Hi! As always it is a pleasure to talk about Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence platform, and if I also add the ability to create an Amazon Alexa Skill live integrating these 2 worlds, because the event is fun if or yes. Now the classics, slides And GitHub source code link Happy Coding! Greetings @ Toronto El Bruno
Hi! This week I will be lucky enough to participate in several sessions where I will share some experiences and contents related to the Microsoft Artificial Intelligence platform. It’s been more than 3 years when I started yo write and use Project Oxford (now knows as Cognitive Services). Today we have at our hands over … Continue reading #Event – Introduction to Microsoft AI and Amazon Alexa
#DevOps – WebSites, Azure and Error: Multiple types were found that match the controller named ‘messages’.
Hi! I’ll leave it written down in a post so I will not forget later. Let’s start with the context We work with a web App. For example, a Microsoft Bot App with Visual Studio The deployment of it is done to Azure as part of an automated process (DevOps rules!) Everything works perfectly Until … Continue reading #DevOps – WebSites, Azure and Error: Multiple types were found that match the controller named ‘messages’.
Hi! Back to event mode and this time along with Margaryta (@in4Margaret) to share some experiences on working with Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence platform. As usually happens in these cases, she is the expert and I will only bring my point of view and my experience as a developer using and learning about these services. The … Continue reading #Event – Introduction to Microsoft AI (Jan 25th at Mississauga)
#VS2017 – Lessons learned migrating a UWP App from #Windows 8.1 to #Windows10 and how to replace Geolocation CivicAddress
Hi! If you ever get bored, an 100% interesting activity is to try to update a project that has been closed 3 years ago or more. In my case, I have invested much time during these past days upgrading a Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 App. Here’s a couple of things I’ve learned Visual Studio … Continue reading #VS2017 – Lessons learned migrating a UWP App from #Windows 8.1 to #Windows10 and how to replace Geolocation CivicAddress
#VS2017 – ASP.Net, IIS Express, #OneDrive and the error “The IIS Express applicationHost.config file contains invalid entries and must be corrected before you can open project”
Hi! In recent months OneDrive has enabled a new feature that is great [Files On Demand]. If you have terabytes of information in OneDrive, this is a great way to optimize space and synchronization between multiple devices.. Well, another feature that has OneDrive for a while is to automatically synchronize som of the information of … Continue reading #VS2017 – ASP.Net, IIS Express, #OneDrive and the error “The IIS Express applicationHost.config file contains invalid entries and must be corrected before you can open project”
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! And in my … Continue reading #Windows10 – #WindowsHello for Pets (yes, for pets!) #RaspberryPi #HacksterIO