Design against crime & Microsoft Azure with Shiny

Guest blog by Mariam Elgabry Microsoft Student Partner at UCL Crime Science Department uses azure to host a shiny webapp Microsoft student partners IN ACTION! Mariam Elgabry is a Microsoft Student Partner at the University College London completing her Masters of Research on Security and Crime Science whilst entering her PhD on future crimes. She…

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Top tips for submitting competition entries from an Imagine Cup Winner

Guest post by Ilias Chrysovergis Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College London About Me Hey! My name is Ilias Chrysovergis and I am an EEE MSc student at Imperial College London. My main academic interests are machine learning, signal processing and data science and I am also keen on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality. I…

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Understanding Containers – the layer between the operating system’s kernel and the application

Guest blog by Christo Lolov, Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College London About me I am a Third Year, Computing MEng at Imperial College London and a have a number of blogs already published on various areas of technology which interest me see https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/uk_faculty_connection/?s=Lolov Virtualization splits hardware resources across multiple consumers, be it operating systems,…

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Machine Learning using ML.NET and its integration into ASP.NET Core Web application

Guest post by Zurab Murvanidze Microsoft Student Partner University College London About me: My name is Zurab Murvanidze, I am 1st year computer science student at UCL. I love learning about technology and have deep interest in machine learning, data science, quantum computing and artificial intelligence. During this academic year, I became winner of few…

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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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First impressions on the CNTK and a comparison with Google’s TensorFlow.

My first impressions on the CNTK and a comparison with Google’s TensorFlow. by Microsoft Student Partner at University College London. About me My name is Warren Park who is a first-year computer science student at UCL. My particular interest is in Artificial Intelligence (AI), in various applications with various approaches. One of the parts in…

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Using Azure for Machine Learning

Guest post by  Ami Zou, Microsoft Student Partner at University College London studying Computer Science, Mathematics and Economics. About me In my spare time, I love learning new technologies and going to hackathons. Our hackathon project Pantrylogs using Artificial Intelligence was selected as one of the 10 Microsoft Imagine Cup UK finalists. I’m interested in…

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Augmented Reality for children at Great Ormond Street Hospital

Guest blog by Ayushmaan Seth Microsoft Student Partner and  1st Year Computer Science, University College London About me I am a 1st year Computer Science Undergraduate student at University College London. Highly enthusiastic about Machine Learning and Cybersecurity, I enjoy all branches of Computer Science, from Competitive Programming to Game Development. You can find me…

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3D Reconstruction of Fire-Damage Parchments

Guest post by Microsoft Student Partner at University College London Sergio Hernandez When you think of a document, you generally think of a written piece of paper. In this piece of paper, a story can be written, a new law created, a discovery made public or an event described. We generally think of writings as…

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Entity-Component System in Unity – a tutorial

Guest post by Sondre Agledahl: Microsoft Student Partner, Games programmer and CS student at UCL. Object-orientated programming is dead! Long live ECS! Entity-Component System is a powerful architectural pattern often used in game development. It’s in keeping with the general software architecture trend away from inheritance and object-orientated principles to a more data-driven approach to…

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