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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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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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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Data Processing and Visualization in Java using Processing Extension in VS Code

  Microsoft MSP Workshop Thanks to the internet, the amount of data available for analysis has been growing exponentially for a while now. With this vast expanse of data available at our fingertips, it may be difficult to make sense of it all. This is where data visualization comes in – with the right visualization,…

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Computer Vision Workshop using Microsoft Computer Vision API, Customvision.ai and Cognitive Tool CNTK+KERAS

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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Mission Hack- Cognitive Services, Bots, IOT and gaming fun

Guest blog by team Mission Hack from Cambridge Hack by Johannes Goslar Microsoft Student Partner at Oxford University So the idea In the beginning, we had a motivated team of 4 randomly mixed together people, set out on a mission to not cure cancer, but visually identify different skin conditions, we built a hardware prototype…

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Azure Functions at University of Oxford

Guest blog by Johannes Goslar Microsoft Student Partner at Oxford University About Me Let me introduce myself first. I am Johannes – usually called Johnny – Goslar. I got into development around 2011 by programming iOS games and am currently reading for a MSc in Computer Science at the University of Oxford. More information can…

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