Check out 2019’s first Friday Five!


Getting Started with Azure Functions

Jaliya Udagedara is originally from Sri Lanka and currently based in New Zealand. He is a Microsoft MVP since January 2014, initially under Visual C# category, then .NET and now under Developer Technologies. His passion is on everything related to .NET. Jaliya is also a TechNet Wiki Ninja and a blog author at TNWiki Ninja’s official blog. Follow him on Twitter @JaliyaUdagedara

 

Custom Vision on the Raspberry Pi (ONNX & Windows IoT)

Henk Boelman works as a Cloud Solutions Architect in the Netherlands. He started out as a software developer in the late '90s and later moved on to the role of architect. He now guides organizations in their cloud adventure, with a strong focus on cloud native software development. During these years, Henk has built and designed numerous web-based platforms for small and large companies. He loves to share his knowledge on topics such as DevOps, Azure and Cognitive Services by providing training courses and he is a regular speaker at user groups and conferences. In June 2018 he received a Microsoft MVP award in the AI category. Follow him on Twitter @hboelman

Adventures of a Cloud Operator: Monitoring Azure Stack with SCOM

Daniel Apps is a Cloud and Datacenter MVP focusing on Azure Stack, System Center and Windows Server Software Defined. He is a Solutions Architect at Vigilant.IT with over 20 years experience in the industry. In recent years Daniel has spent most of his time helping clients master Hyper-V, S2D and SDN and System Center with a more recent shift to Azure Stack and Azure. He has spoken at Microsoft Ignite Australia and Experts Live and is a regular at local user groups. Follow him on Twitter @daniel_apps.

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Windows 10 Multi-Sessions as the RDSH of the future (and running Edge as a published App!)

Freek Berson is an Infrastructure specialist at Wortell, a system integrator company based in the Netherlands. Here he focuses on End User Computing and related technologies, mostly on the Microsoft platform. He is also a managing consultant at rdsgurus.com. He maintains his personal blog at themicrosoftplatform.net where he writes articles related to Remote Desktop Services, Azure and other Microsoft technologies. An MVP since 2011, Freek is also an active moderator on TechNet Forum and contributor to Microsoft TechNet Wiki. He speaks at conferences including BriForum, E2EVC and ExpertsLive. Join his RDS Group on Linked-In here. Follow him on Twitter @fberson.

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Machine Learning DotNet for Clustering Model: Getting Started

Syed Shanu is a Microsoft MVP, a two-time C# MVP and two-time Code project MVP. Syed is also an author, blogger and speaker. He's from Madurai, India, and works as Technical Lead in South Korea. With more than 10 Years of experience with Microsoft technologies, Syed is an active person in the community and always happy to share his knowledge on topics related to ASP.NET, MVC, ASP.NET Core, Web API, SQL Server, UWP, Azure, among others. He has written more than 70 articles with on various technologies. He's also a several-time TechNet Guru Gold Winner. You can see his contributions to MSDN and TechNet Wiki here. Follow him on Twitter @syedshanu3. 

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  1. Pete Laker says:

    Another batch of great selections. Thanks Friday Five! Great to see two TechNet Wiki Ninjas listed again too! <3

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