Faculty Blog moving to a new home in Educator TechCommunity

So we are moving platform from MSDN To Microsoft Tech Community we have created a new blog aimed at Academics, Educators and Researcher Software Engineers! Join us at the new Microsoft Educator Developer Blog! Here’s what it looks like, over at the Tech Community: Check out the Education Community Section at https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Education-Sector/ct-p/EducationSector Student Developer Blog…

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Blobfuse is an open source project developed to provide a virtual filesystem backed by the Azure Blob storage.

Blobfuse uses the libfuse open source library to communicate with the Linux FUSE kernel module, and implements the filesystem operations using the Azure Storage Blob REST APIs. Features Mount a Blob storage container on Linux Basic file system operations such as mkdir, opendir, readdir, rmdir, open, read, create, write, close, unlink, truncate, stat, rename Local…

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Deploy OkPy to Azure PaaS

Automate Grading & Personalize Feedback. OK autogrades programming assignments, facilitates submission, composition feedback, and analytics for your class. View a Demo of OkPy The ok.py server collects submissions and displays analysis of student progress based on logging sent from client scripts the ok.py software was developed for CS 61A at UC Berkeley and is now…

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Azure for Student – Access to GPU resources

Microsoft Azure Dev tools for teaching offers a unified learning tools for skilling students in the cloud, it provides students with a vast set of resources. Azure for Education offers comprehensive developer tools and training ranging from beginner to professional to support students and educators becoming skilled in Azure technologies, in addition to providing resources…

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Using Pytorch with Azure

Getting Started with Pytorch and Azure Jupyter Notebooks Azure Notebooks http://notebooks.azure.com  is a free, cloud-hosted Jupyter Notebooks solution that you can use for interactive coding in your browser. PyTorch is preinstalled on the Azure Notebooks container, so you can start experimenting with PyTorch without having to install the framework or run your own notebook server…

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Using the Data Science VM within your classes

The Microsoft Data Science Virtual Machine or Deep Learning Virtual Machine are customized VM image on Microsoft’s Azure cloud built specifically for doing data science. It has many popular data science and other tools pre-installed and pre-configured to jump-start building intelligent applications for advanced analytics. It is available on Windows Server and Linux. We offer…

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Cloud AI/ML APIs, How easy is it to deploy these on the Edge

Custom Vision Identification The process is very easy as we use the Custom Vision (http://customvision.ai ) service to train an image classifier and then export the finished model in a number of different forms – CoreML, TensorFlow, ONNX, or dockerfile for IoT Edge/Azure Functions/Azure ML. So the process is: Use CustomVision.ai to build a model…

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