Visualising climate change using Jupyter Notebooks.

A beginners guide to using Jupyter Notebooks on the Microsoft Azure Notebooks services to visualise data  By T.T. Ouzounellis Kavlakonis Microsoft Student Partner at University of Cambridge  About Me: Hello planet Earth! Welcome to my first blog post. My name is Theo and I am a first year Engineering student at Trinity College, University of…

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GreenHack–IOT Sustainability Hackathon using Azure Services

  So what is GreenHack Rapid 10 hour hackathon (10am -> 10pm) https://greenhack.hackersatcambridge.com/ • Organised by Hackers at Cambridge http://hackersatcambridge.com • Partnered with Allia, Cambridge Carbon Footprint, Pivotal and the Cambridge Living Lab • Three projects are suggested by our partners for attendees to tackle (rogue projects are also welcome)Over 65 spent the weekend with…

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Coding for biology using Jupyter Notebooks

Guest post by Dr Benjamin Hall  University of Cambridge Part of the new world of biology is understanding how to best use computers to do research. Whilst the field of computational biology isn’t new, novel ideas constantly in computer science and mathematics opening up new ways of working and addressing problems. Adopting these techniques can…

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Pantry Log–Microsoft Cognitive, IOT and Mobile App for Managing your Fridge Food Stock

We are Ami Zou (CS & Math), Silvia Sapora(CS), and Elena Liu (Engineering), three undergraduate students from UCL, Imperial College London, and Cambridge University respectively. None of us knew each other before participating to Hack Cambridge Ternary, but we were very fortunate to have been team-matched. We soon discovered that our skills and interest were…

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VisualCognition – Improving the internet for the millions, with just a weekend

Guest blog by Luke Harries, representing the Microsoft’s Cognitive Services prize winners at HackCambridge. HackCambridge provided the perfect opportunity to return to Cambridge University. It is where I completed my undergraduate degree in Medicine and Cognitive Neuroscience, before moving to UCL to study a masters in Computer Science. Our team included Filip, a masters student…

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Serverless + Service Bus Queue = Magic

Guest post by David Adeboye Microsoft Student Partner at University of Cambridge About Me Hello! My name is David Adeboye and I am currently studying Computer Science at University of Cambridge. My main interest is in site reliability and concurrent and distributed systems, and in particular, I like designing system architectures in interesting ways. LinkedIn…

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Capturing Occupant Well-being Through Facial Expressions using Microsoft Cognitive Services

Guest post by PhD Student Mark Allen from the University of Cambridge you can read more about me at my blog at https://naturalhouse.org.uk/ About me I am a second year PhD student at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge with broad academic interests ranging from architecture to biomimetics. A civil engineer by training, these…

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