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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Introduction to Data Science using F# and Azure Notebooks

Guest post by Nathan Lucaussy, Microsoft Student Partner at Oxford University. Introduction to Data Science using F# and Azure Notebooks – Part 1: Functional Programming Basics via Plotting and Genetic Algorithms Hello! I hope you’ll enjoy the following blog post – it details the particular kind of algorithm that got me so excited about studying…

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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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Building a first project using Microsoft Azure’s Language Understanding Intelligent Services

Guest post by  Sam Gao  Microsoft Student Partner University College London About me I am a first-year Mathematical Computation student at UCL, with a keen interest in competitive algorithmic and machine learning. Today, I’ll guide you through setting up and building a first project using Microsoft Azure’s Language Understanding Intelligent Service (https://www.luis.ai/), or LUIS. Language…

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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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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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Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing a cyber security tech-talk

Guest post by Mariam Elgabry, MRes Security and Cyber Crime at University College London and Microsoft Student Partner  . The insider threat As a part of the Seminar Series run by the University College London Security and Crime Science Department, The Microsoft Student Partners invited a Microsoft Security expert to spook us a little with…

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Building your own educational visualisation learning platform with .Net Core & Azure

Guest blog by David Buchanan Imperial College Microsoft Student Partner and UK Finalist at the Imagine Cup 2018 with Higher Education App About me I’m a second year Mechanical Engineering student at Imperial College London. I entered the Imagine Cup this year as a solo team with my Higher Education App project. My primary interests…

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