Azure Machine Learning Cheat Sheet

Guest blog post by Microsoft Student Partner Shravan Nageswaran from Imperial College London.  Shravan is currently studying for a Joint Mathematics and Computer Science degree at Imperial College London. In my spare time, I do a variety of things, especially play drums and piano, compete in the Model United Nations, swim, read, and play basketball….

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Data science in 5 steps with Microsoft Azure Machine Learning

  Cats vs Dogs a guest post by Microsoft Student Partner, Lars Hulstaert from the University of Cambridge. Lars is current studying for an MPhil in Advanced Computer Science (focussed on Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning) Introduction Data science and machine learning are hot topic nowadays. Getting insights in vast amounts of data allows…

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Microsoft Imagine Cup 2017 Starter Pack Get your teams ready

    This blog has a whole host of information specific to the UK Imagine Cup, that will allow you to get started in preparation for your submission for Microsoft Imagine Cup 2017. Who can enter the Imagine Cup? Any University student in the UK can enter the Imagine Cup! Whether you are in your…

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A view from Redmond by a UK Microsoft Student Partner

  This is a guest post by UK Microsoft Student Partner Mariam Elgabry from Imperial College London.   Twitter www.twitter.com/MariamElgabry11   Travelling on my first 10-hour flight to WA as a selected Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) to represent the UK for Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professionals (MVP) Global Summit of 2016 – needless to say, I…

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It’s Time to Switch from MongoDB to Microsoft Azure

Jingya Wang is a Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College London, the following is a guest blog from Jingya on why to switch from MongoDB to Azure and its No SQL Services for your student projects. twitter handle – https://twitter.com/JWT0T GitHub link – https://github.com/JWT0T Introduction You are deciding on which database you should use for…

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Engineering the Future MS Research Open Day for Grads 23rd Nov

  We’re hosting an open evening at Microsoft Research Cambridge on Wednesday 23 November, 17:15-19:30, aimed at highlighting engineering and research opportunities to the public. The event will be held in the lobby area and auditorium, where there will be talks and demos throughout the evening, plus food and drinks. More information can be found…

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A new solutions for “any developer, any app and any platform”

A quick review of announcements from today’s 16/11/2016 Connect(); 2016 event in New York Visual Studio for Mac is a new Visual Studio IDE. It’s built from the ground up for the Mac and focuses on full-stack, client-to-cloud native mobile development, using Xamarin for Visual Studio, ASP.Net Core, and Azure. To learn more, read Miguel…

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Jupyter notebooks on Azure with Notebooks.azure.com

Notebooks.azure.com provides a FREE Jupyter notebooks the service allows you to use Jupyter notebooks (http://jupyter.org/) and the programming language Python (https://www.python.org/). The Azure Notebook service is a FREE  web application at http://notebooks.azure.com that allows you to create and share Juypter documents. The solution allows you to build interactive notebooks which contain live code, LATEX equations,…

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Overview of the Azure Resource Manager Template Development Workflow

  So at present I’m supervising a number of industry student projects and the teams are now getting to deployment stage of the projects. We have been discussing with the teams the use of ARM templates to allow them to deploy their infrastructure via DevOps practices. I have discussed ARM templates in a number of…

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Kinect functionality available to UWP apps on Windows 10.

    Important developments updates with the Kinect DK which now allow functionality available to UWP apps Another key feature of the new APIs is that they are designed to work with the Kinect sensor but with any other sensors capable of delivering rich data streams. So to facilitate this the Kinect driver is now…

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