Future Decoded 2017–Register Now

Future Decoded is Microsoft’s annual UK conference which describes itself as “A vision of the modern digital business for today and tomorrow”. This year, the conference is held on 31st October & 1st November 2017 at the ExCeL, London. If you are not already registered, you can register for free at https://futuredecoded.com  Unlike previous years,…

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Get Started with Microsoft Graph API

Guest by Dolga Rares Microsoft Student Partner at University College London About Me Hello! My name is Dolga Rares and I am a second year, computer science UCL student. I was passionate about programming and exact sciences from an early age. During high school, I participated in computer science contests and won prizes at regional…

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Using Microsoft Cognitive Emotion API with Android App Studio

Guest blog by Suyash Kabra. Microsoft Student Partner at University College London About me I am a 2nd year Computer Science student at University College London. I am passionate about hackathons, playing video games, listening to music and watching movies. I am really interested in cognitive services as well as virtual/augmented reality and machine learning….

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Utilising Azure Notebooks for learning new programming languages (like Python)

Guest post by Sidak Pasricha Microsoft Student Partner at UCL About Me Hello! My name is Sidak and I’m pursuing Computer Science Engineering at UCL. My interest areas mainly include Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Video Game Development but I am open to any other technologies as I enjoy learning new skills and languages. One of…

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Getting Started with LIQUi|> and Quantum Computing

Guest blog by Eric Chamoun Microsoft Student Partner at University College London About Me Hello, my name is Eric Chamoun and I am a second year Mathematical Computation student at University College London (UCL). I have always had a deep passion for solving complex problems and have always been extremely interested in technology. Also, I…

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Quantum Computing at Future Decoded

Guest blog By Rob Fraser, Senior Director of Commercial Software Engineering at Microsoft Quantum is a very different form of computing. A quantum computer uses the physics of the very small, individual atoms and particles like electrons, to create a way of computing that can work on specific kinds of problems that are currently intractable…

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Learn Data Science from the experts

Guest blog by Ilias Chrysovergis Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College London About Me Hey! My name is Ilias Chrysovergis and I am doing my MSc in Communications & Signal Processing at Imperial College London. My main academic interests are artificial intelligence, machine learning, signal processing and data science but I am also really keen…

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Mixed Reality Immersive– A Beginners guide to building for MR

Guest post by Simon Jackson MVP Windows Development With the recent release of the Microsoft Mixed Reality headsets, controllers and the awesome Fall Creators update for Windows 10, it has never been a better time to immerse yourself in to the Mixed Reality space. We say Mixed Reality, as unlike traditional VR products and solutions,…

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Hosting your Unity game on Azure

Guest blog by MVP David Renton on developing and publishing a Unity game to a hosted Web site on Azure. Exercise 1 – Setting up and configuring Azure You can use Microsoft Azure to host your game online as a WebGL app, since as a student you qualify for free access to many of the…

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Exploring Data Visualisation in Mixed Reality using the Microsoft Hololens

Guest post by Lucas Valtl, M.Sc Student at UCL. About Me My name is Lucas and I recently completed my master thesis (which is the topic of this post) for my M.Sc in Computer Science at University College London. Before that I graduated with a BSc in International Business from Maastricht University and worked at…

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