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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Azure Notebooks at Imperial College Machine Learning Society

My name is Harry Churchill and I am currently a second-year undergrad studying Mech Eng at Imperial College London and a Microsoft Student Partner. I am interested in cryptography, all things space exploration and the field of machine learning. Machine Learning Society Earlier this year, I was part of a group of students that set…

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Temperature Sensing and Control using Raspberry Pi

Guest blog by  Charig Yang. I am a second-year engineering student at the University of Oxford and Microsoft Student Partner. I am interested in electronic and information engineering, particularly in telecommunications and digital control systems. I also have enthusiasm in education and science communication. I teach part-time as a tutor during term time and organise…

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Building your first Android Game using Xamarin – sliding puzzle in Xamarin for beginners

My name is Andrei Margeloiu and I am studying Computer Science at University College London and also a Microsoft Student Partner at the University. I’ve participated in the World Finals of Google HashCode, the largest algorithmic competition organised by Google, and before that, I won three Gold Medals in the Computing Olympiad in Romania. Having…

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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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Interactive Lab on Microsoft Cognitive Services at Oxford

Guest post from Shu Ishida Microsoft Team Leader at Oxford University My name is Shu Ishida. I am a third year engineering student, and team lead for the Microsoft Student Partner Chapter at the University of Oxford. I am into web development and machine learning, and my ambition is to help break down educational, cultural…

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Bringing designers, businessmen and programmers together! for awesome ImagineCup.com entries

Guest post by Nicole Suen , MBA Candidate 2017-18, Imperial Business School, Imperial College London Microsoft Student Partner Imperial 3Hack 2.0 occurred on Feb 18th at Imperial College Business School. 3Hack 2.0 is an open-ended hackathon focused on bringing together students interested in below 3 major areas: design, business, and programming to use technology to…

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