In this session we will talk about the Oxford APIs, machine learning, How-Old.net, Twins or Not and recent released MyMoustache. Starting by talking about How-Old.net and how inspiration quicly came to build "Twins or Not" while on the //Build tour. We will detail how the capabilities used by these sites are available as part of the Oxford APIs and show demos of this awesome technology. Obviously, we'll go deeper on the building models where Azure Machine Learning is a central piece, as both, experiments from the Machine Learning gallery.
In this report, we shall focus on the capabilities of the new control panel in Azure (Azure Portal Preview), which is a single workspace for developing and managing cloud applications. Implementation of this new panel is not just merely an interface change, it is a new approach to DevOps. This report includes a demonstration of how to establish continuous deployment of websites and databases, manage builds and tests, as well as track their relationship with tasks and work items.
Move beyond the conceptual overview of external data and business connectivity services with a practical implementation. See an external data source configured from scratch and examples of practical uses of the information within SharePoint, including external lists, external data columns, and search. Learn how a source database with millions of rows of data can be added to SharePoint and used easily. This session provides more than a basic overview, with high enough level to cover multiple scenarios of general use.
Visual Studio 2015 was a feature packed release with additional updates adding tons of value. But time waits for no one and the Visual Studio team knows it. Come to hear about the future of Visual Studio. This session will illustrate how Visual Studio is evolving for its next big release. Mark will even provide some insight into how the team uses your feedback to continuously improve Visual Studio.
You will learn:
About the new streamlined installer
New features in action
How the team listens to your feedback to make the product better