Data mining as a technology is used to analyze data by revealing patterns. These patterns can then be used to derive knowledge about data, and in turn this knowledge can be used to enhance application designs and the user experience. In this session, you are introduced to the data mining capabilities in SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services, and demonstrations on how to specifically develop data mining models that can be embedded into your applications. This session is guaranteed to thrill you with potential, and excite you with the ease in which it can be accomplished. Be warned that this session includes numerous demonstrations that show you how to embed data mining into your application designs. The demonstrations range from simple (involving no code!) to more sophisticated examples.
В докладе будет рассказано о ключевых особенностях, методике и основных сценариях успешного внедрения комплекса инструментов Microsoft ALM, на примере целого ряда выполненных проектов компании SoftServe в тесном сотрудничестве с Microsoft. Также будут рассмотрены решения, которые были разработаны для повышения эффективности использования платформы. Дополнительно, наши эксперты, имеющие огромный опыт внедрения Microsoft ALM, отдельно рассмотрят важный вопрос о методах обоснования целесообразности внедрения новой платформы Microsoft ALM, ожидаемых затратах и выгодах от внедрения.
“The time has come,” the ISO said, “To talk of many things: Of move-capture—and literals— Of making lambdas sing— And why deduction is so hot— And if digits should grow wings?”
So have you heard of the next C++ Standard? No, it is not C++11. Even though C++11 has just been ratified, C++14 will likely replace C++11 by next year. By now, we have enough experience with C++11 to know where we are missing various fingers and toes such as:
Why do we not have move capture in lambdas?
How about some real user-defined literal suffixes?
Why did we stop with monomorphic lambdas?
If lambda returns can be deduced, why not normal functions?
Could we get digit separators?
C++14 will be more than a bug-fix release, and will contain some important enhancements on top of C++11. It will remove some of the major annoyances from C++11, that we already know of. But more importantly, how will this change the language, library and some important idioms?
In this keynote, we will share the product roadmap, present the latest in Microsoft Project family of products and our cloud offerings and showcase plenty of demos that will get you charged for the rest of the conference! Prior to his current leadership role, Ludovic was General Manager for the Microsoft Project Business Unit, where his responsibilities led him to run product development and head the strategic direction for the Project business. Ludovic has been involved with the Microsoft Project team since 1994 in various technical leadership roles for the Project and Project Server line of products. Ludovic holds a BS in CS from ESIGELEC, an Electrical Engineering school based in France.