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#Event – Materials used in the session [Introduction to Microsoft AI and Amazon Alexa]

#Event – Materials used in the session [Introduction to Microsoft AI and Amazon Alexa]

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

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#Event – Introduction to Microsoft AI and Amazon Alexa

#Event – Introduction to Microsoft AI and Amazon Alexa

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

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#Humor – Your PC After #Intel Bug Patch

#Humor – Your PC After #Intel Bug Patch

Hi! 100% Agree … Greetings @ Burlington El Bruno Source http://turnoff.us/geek/intel-bug/

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#DevOps – WebSites, Azure and Error: Multiple types were found that match the controller named ‘messages’.

#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’.

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#Event – Introduction to Microsoft AI (Jan 25th at Mississauga)

#Event – Introduction to Microsoft AI (Jan 25th at Mississauga)

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)

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#VS2017 –  Lessons learned migrating a UWP App from #Windows 8.1 to #Windows10 and how to replace Geolocation CivicAddress

#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

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#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”

#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”

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#Windows10 – #WindowsHello for Pets (yes, for pets!) #RaspberryPi #HacksterIO

#Windows10 – #WindowsHello for Pets (yes, for pets!) #RaspberryPi #HacksterIO

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

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#VS2017– Azure WebApi App, Amazon Alexa Skills and the error “I’m not sure what went wrong” (you get tired of listening!)

#VS2017– Azure WebApi App, Amazon Alexa Skills and the error “I’m not sure what went wrong” (you get tired of listening!)

Hi! Just over a month ago Amazon officially launched its Amazon Echo line in Canada. In Avanade we will host an event specially dedicated to Artificial Intelligence and Voice Interfaces. And now that the holiday season has finished, it’s time to share some of the lessons learned over the last few months working with Alexa … Continue reading #VS2017– Azure WebApi App, Amazon Alexa Skills and the error “I’m not sure what went wrong” (you get tired of listening!)

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#Humor – Somehow #Intel #Meltdown and #Spectre issues, show up an amazing Intel vs AMD code in the #Linux Kernel

#Humor – Somehow #Intel #Meltdown and #Spectre issues, show up an amazing Intel vs AMD code in the #Linux Kernel

Hi! Greetings @ Burlington El Bruno Source This small patch, to the Linux Kernel, is the most epic burn on @Intel by @AMD. Paraphrased in English:”If the CPU isn’t AMD, assume it’s not secure.” pic.twitter.com/n5v1ikKPNi — Bryan Lunduke (@BryanLunduke) January 3, 2018        Filed under: EnglishPost, Humor, Intel Tagged: AMD, English Post, Humor, … Continue reading #Humor – Somehow #Intel #Meltdown and #Spectre issues, show up an amazing Intel vs AMD code in the #Linux Kernel

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