ML.NET is a free, cross-platform and open source machine learning framework designed to bring the power of machine learning (ML) into .NET applications.

Live from Build 2019, we are joined by Cesar De La Torre Llorente who gives us a great overview of what the goals of ML.NET are, and shares with us some of the highlights of the 1.0 release.

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Here’s a great round up of the announcements coming out of Build 2019 today.

Microsoft is experimenting with features that let developers work from anywhere, on any device. The company today announced a private preview for three such new capabilities: Remote-powered developer tools, cloud-hosted developer environments, and a browser-based web companion tool. If the future of work is remote, Microsoft wants to be ready.

Good news for .NET developers who want to do more AI, but want to leverage their experience with C#.

Instead of glibly telling .NET developers to go learn Python, Microsoft is letting them know that they can now do machine learning work in the more familiar surroundings of the mainstream C# language. ML.NET makes this possible, and Microsoft has a GitHub repo with an array of samples to help .NET developers see how.

Build 2019 kicked off this morning and here’s a great round up post highlighting the top 10 things to check out.

Microsoft Build is underway in Seattle, and this year’s premier developer conference is focused on empowering developers of all kinds, from experienced computer scientists to tech beginners with big ideas. We’re sharing the latest on Microsoft platforms, tools and services that are making it easier to create and innovate […]

Ahead of the Build 2019 developer summit this week, Microsoft reiterates its commitment to machine learning developer productivity.

“Furthering our commitment to building the most productive AI platform, we’re delivering key new innovations in Azure Machine Learning that simplify the process of building, training, and deployment of machine learning models at scale,” wrote Microsoft cloud and AI group executive vice president Scott Guthrie in a blog post. “Today we’re delivering innovative Azure services for developers to build the next generation of apps. With 95% of Fortune 500 customers running on Azure, these innovations can have far-reaching impact.”

Tomorrow is the first day of Build 2019. While I won’t be there physically, I will be there in spirit (and watching via livestream).

Be sure to look for AI & Data Science highlights from Build here on FranksWorld.com!

As Microsoft’s annual developer conference, Build has been the main stage for debuting most of the company’s consumer-facing announcements. Build offers tech talks and training sessions for developers to catch up with the most recent news and updates. Microsoft has already rolled out a partial schedule for the event, which features 592 sessions covering topics such as Containers, AI and ML, Serverless computing, IOT, Mixed reality, power platforms, etc.