Book review: Machine Learning Hands-On for Developers and Technical Professionals

The third book that I finished this vacation were Machine Learning Hands-On for Developers and Technical Professionals by Jason Bell published by Wiley. The author is a person that have worked extensively with analysis of point-of-sales data since 2002 and as a developer for the past 25 years. The aim of the book is to…

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Book review: Data Scientists at Work

Second book that I read this vacation is Data Scientists at Work by Sebastian Gutierrez published by Apress. I have read other books in the “at work” series so I was familiar with the concept. This is a book that consist of 16 interviews with data scientists about their work and how they moved into…

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Book review: Predictive Analytics with Microsoft Azure Machine Learning

Right now I am on an extended holiday and I have had some time to tick of some books from my reading list. I thought that I would take some time to write a couple of short reviews on the books that I have read. The first one is Predictive Analytics with Microsoft Azure Machine…


SQL Bits UK

This summer I am attending and speaking at several conferences. Most of them are internal to Microsoft such as TechReady which is similar to TechEd but only for the Microsoft field. However one of them is external and that is SQLBits on the 17th – 19th July 2014 at The International Centre, Telford, UK. You…