Getting started with Machine Learning–Wisconsin Breast Cancer Dataset

Susan Ibach
Susan Ibach

In this post I will show you step by  tutorial on how to create a basic two-class machine learning experiment using breast cancer data. This post is part of a series of different two-class prediction examples to help you learn how to create experiments using Azure Machine Learning studio For a more comprehensive introduction to…

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On a Cloud: Improving User Experiences

Jef King
Jef King

User Experience with Data Latency Here is a fairly simple technique that can really enable your company to focus on the most important areas of your application; by taking the user experience to heart, and understanding which components are critical, you can more easily hit the critical SLA’s that your application needs to meet to…

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R

Sergiy Baydachnyy
Sergiy Baydachnyy

The R programming language is something that I cannot ignore anymore. The language is designed especially for developing statistical software and the language is very popular among data analysts. R implements many linear and non-linear algorithms and allows you to develop additional components in C, C++, Java and so on. Looking at existing projects, libraries,…


On a Cloud: Data Storage Techniques

Jef King
Jef King

Data Audit History There have been several times when I needed to ensure that we could understand the changes of data overtime. This is inline with the idea of never deleting data; however, in keeping a full audit history you can more deeply understand user behaviors. Or, if you need to have data retention for…

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On a Cloud: Designing for the Cloud

Jef King
Jef King

How Software Design has changed in the Cloud Through the years I have adapted to the technologies and tool sets available. In this video I wanted to share with you a story from a point in time where I noticed that there was a scale change taking place.   Horizontal Scale: Cost Vs Performance I…

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Learning by doing

I wanted to share some information about an internal project my team is working on. My team is a group of technical advisors that support our large ecosystem of Canadian Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who build commercial solutions on our platform. One of our ongoing challenges is to understand all of the many technologies available…

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On a Cloud: Software Quality

Jef King
Jef King

Simply Testing Software When teams form to release software, they have to determine what level of testing is going to be done; and how it is going to be done. If I boil down what I have learned over the years is that you really need to cherry-pick the type of testing. I recommend taking…

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On Being the Governor of your Azure Dev/Test Environments

Lachezar Arabadzhiev
Lachezar Arabadzhiev

Microsoft Azure is awesome for doing development and testing. The ability to spin up, spin down, create and destroy environments at the snap of a finger is very cool.  But what if there was a way to add some governance to those environments?  Would that be cool, too?  Yes, yes it would! In this episode…


Azure Cloud Load Testing – Part 2

Guest Post by Ahmed Al-Asaad In the previous blog post, I showed how easy it is to initiate a load test from Azure by just providing a URL of the web page you want to load test, specify the number of users and the duration. This is great for websites where requests are GET requests…