The Visual F# Tools in Visual Studio are an immensely powerful environment for data scripting, all the way from routine data cleaning tasks to scaling in the Azure cloud. Join F# community leaders Tomas Petricek and Isaac Abraham to learn
how to use the FSharp.Data library for ultra-simple data import, cleaning and scripting of CSV, XML, JSON and HTML data
how to use F# type providers to access and query Azure table storage in a natural and immediate way
how to do Azure-enabled scalable data scripting using F#, MBrace and Brisk from Nessos and Microsoft partners Elastacloud.
All of this directly from F# Interactive in Visual Studio.
There's never been an easier way to get up and running with data scripting and scalable compute in Visual Studio and Azure. Data and cloud scripting like you've never seen it before!
Azure Stream Analytics es el servicio perfecto para analizar datos en tiempo real que provienen de diferentes tipos de dispositivos. ¿Quieres tomar decisiones de negocio en tiempo real sobre datos en movimiento?, ¿Necesitas conocer estadísticas sobre el uso de tu negocio? Ven a esta sesión para conocer como Event Hub y Stream Analytics te pueden ayudar
With the upcoming release of Windows 10, there will be new and updated ways to deploy Windows. In this session, we review new recommendations for upgrading existing devices using a simple in-place upgrade process, provisioning tools for transforming new devices into ones ready for enterprise use, as well as updates to traditional deployment tools and techniques (ADK and beyond). We also talk about application compatibility, hardware requirements, and other common deployment questions.
Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/cppcon/cppcon2015 — Range-based interfaces are functional and composable, and lead to code that is correct by construction. With concepts and ranges coming to the STL, big changes are in store for the Standard Library and for the style of idiomatic C++. The effort to redefine the Standard Library is picking up pace. Come hear about one potential future of the STL from one of the key people driving the change. — I've been doing C++ professionally for the past 20 years, first for Microsoft, then as an independent consultant. Right now, I'm working on bringing the power of "concepts" and "ranges" to the Standard Library with the generous help of the Standard C++ Foundation. Ask me about the future of the Standard Library, or about range-v3, my reference implementation for C++11.