Source Control for Data Science – using Azure DevOps / VSTS with Jupyter Notebooks

So many of you will know about https://mybinder.org/ Binder is a awesome tool that allows you turn a Git repo into a collection of interactive Jupyter notebooks and it allows you to, open those notebooks in an executable environment, making your code immediately reproducible by anyone, anywhere. Jupyter Notebooks in the cloud Another great interactive…

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Microsoft IoT Roadshow – watch it anywhere! 22nd and 25th August 2017

The Hackster Microsoft Roadshow is brought to you by Hackster.io. This is an exploratory, first look workshop into how IoT leverages cloud technologies. We’re providing two sessions so that no matter what time zone you’re in, you’ll have a chance to watch. The two sessions are identical. This five hour workshop is designed primarily for…

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Using React and building a web site on Azure

Guest post from Walid Behlock Microsoft Student Partner at University College London About me I have always loved to solve problems of all kinds and have developed a passion for technology since my youngest age. I have previously participated in international Robotics competitions and attended many talks and events related to hardware and software. I…

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How to Set-up and Host Your Own Website with an SQL Server on Azure for Students

Guest post by James Tavernor, Microsoft Student Partner from Imperial College London About Me Hi, I’m James, I’ve just completed my first year studying Joint Mathematics and Computer Science at Imperial College London. I’m from Cheshire, as well as enjoying programming and video games, I’ve also played the piano from a young age and picked…

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How to Develop and Host a Proof-of-Concept Prototype on Azure App Services for Web Apps

Guest blog from Microsoft Student Partner Fangfang Hu from Imperial College London. Fangfang Hu is an Electrical and Electronic Engineering student at Imperial College London Introduction I will be starting my second year in fall. I am from Singapore, where I had worked with a few research institutions and corporations in areas relating to hardware…

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DevOps and Toolsets – Teaching Performance Engineering

  I have been working with a University over the past few weeks helping them implement a new course on Performance Engineering which encompass a lot of DevOps practices,  think the teaching and awareness of DevOps is a excellent, within Industry there are real consequences if an organisation is unable to deliver apps or services…

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Overview of the Azure Resource Manager Template Development Workflow

  So at present I’m supervising a number of industry student projects and the teams are now getting to deployment stage of the projects. We have been discussing with the teams the use of ARM templates to allow them to deploy their infrastructure via DevOps practices. I have discussed ARM templates in a number of…

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Using GIT CMD prompt with Visual Studio Team Services

You will need to go online to your visual studio online subscription and create a new Visual Studio Team Services www.visualstudio.com. First we need to create alternative credentials in such way we can login to the GIT repository in visual studio online from the command line.  With Oauth your users don’t have to provide their…

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Getting to grips with Git, Visual Studio Online & Visual Studio

  Lets start with some basics 1. Git is an open source version control system 2. GitHub is a Git repository hosting service So what are some of the common terms you will encounter Terms Clone – creating a copy of the central repository with version control. Once a repo has been cloned you can…

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