Ready to learn a bit about Kubernetes? If you’re like us, you’ve been wondering what this whole “container orchestration” thing is all about. This week, Jonathan Creamer returns to share Five Things that Kubernetes can do for you. Also, Burke foolishly gives away his credit card, Jonathan drinks coffee and the wrong guest makes a surprise appearance.
The World Cup is captivating the attention of the world. BBC Click takes a look at the technology behind the sports spectacular.
Here’s a great explanation of quantum computing, as well as the notion of “quantum supremacy” when a quantum computer will beat a traditional super computer.
Nicole Berdy joins Olivier on the IoT Show to demonstrate how the Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service can be used to implement zero-touch provisioning of (a lot of) IoT devices.
Learn more on Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service: https://aka.ms/iotschool/dps
Here is a primer to introduce the concepts of deep learning with a specific focus on computer vision. It covers concepts including CNN’s (Convolutional Neural Networks), deep learning and transfer learning. It was created as an introduction for people getting started with machine learning and specifically deep learning to explain some of the commonly used terms and introduce some of the popular approaches to solving computer vision challenges.
James Baker joins Lara Rubbelke to introduce Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2, which is redefining cloud storage for big data analytics due to multi-modal (object store and file system) access and combining the best qualities of a dedicated analytics file system with those of a cloud-scale object store.
For more information:
- Introduction to Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 Preview (docs)
- Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 Public Preview signup
- Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 product page
- Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 pricing page
- Create a free account (Azure)
Siraj Raval shares his genius in this Q&A/AMA live stream where he shares his thoughts on blockchain, AI, VR, learning techniques, and a bunch of other software related topics.
The 4th of July holiday tomorrow marks the 242nd year since the United States declared independence from Great Britain. July 1st, aside from being Canada Day, also marks the start of the new fiscal year at Microsoft.
To commemorate a festive week, here’s a quick little video I rendered. 🙂
Here’s an interesting look at one of the most promising fields in AI today: Reinforcement Learning.
I just completed the Reinforcement Learning certification on EdX and I am seriously impressed.
This week on Five Things – SERVICE WORKERS. What are they? What do they do and how do you use them?
John Papa sits down with Craig Shoemaker who knows a thing or two about Service Workers. Or at least he pretends to and fakes it really well. You decide. Also, John sings the intro, Craig says every buzzword he knows and our editor Kaitlin goes a little overboard with the animations.