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SDN Magazine 133 | Microsoft Cognitive Services

I wrote an article for the SDN Magazine about Microsoft Cognitive Services and you can read it now online. In this article I introduce the Microsoft Cognitive Services and we will work on an example in C#. We will consume the Computer Vision API, in more detail the AnalyzeImage operation. I think it’s very cool stuff!

SDN Magazine 133

Slides | Intro to Microsoft Cognitive Services

Last Friday I did a session on the SDN Event in Zeist. I talked about Microsoft Cognitive Services. Microsoft Cognitive Services are a couple of cloud services (API’s) and related SDK’s. It can help to make your software more human, by adding speech or vision capabilities.  I published the slides on SlideShare. If you are interested in viewing them, you can find the link to it here below.

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Happy learning!

OpenHack Amsterdam

OpenHack Amsterdam, 9-11 October 2017

Whether you work for a large enterprise wrestling with the real-world task of migrating existing applications to the cloud, or a startup looking ahead to enterprise scale, containerization and cluster technologies are critical skills for the innovation-minded developer. OpenHack brings together groups of diverse developers to learn how to implement a given scenario on Azure through three days of immersive, structured, hands-on, challenge based hacking.

During OpenHack you will:

  • Choose your desired tooling and technology based on either Kubernetes or Azure Service Fabric paths.
  • Hack on increasingly robust challenges structured to leave you with skills and expertise needed to deploy containers and clusters in your place of work.
  • Network with fellow community members and other professional developers from startups to large enterprises, as well Microsoft Engineering leaders and experts including Gabe Monroy (former Founder & CTO of Deis and Engineering Lead for Azure containers) and Mark Fussell (Engineering Lead for Azure Service Fabric).
  • Get answers to your technology and workplace project questions from Microsoft and community experts.

In addition to the challenge based learning paths, a limited number of 2-hour code-with slots will be made available on a first come, first served basis to work elbow to elbow with Microsoft experts on your own workplace projects

OpenHack is free for registered attendees!

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