James McCaffrey explains two ways to design ML on the edge, one that uses a custom model and IO function and a second that uses the Microsoft Embedded Learning Library to deploy an ML model to an IoT device.
Julie Lerman delves into the new EF Core 2.1 Query Type feature, which lets you more easily query a database without needing true entities with key properties to consume the results.
The Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS) enables powerful and intelligent voice-driven interaction. This article introduces two open source frameworks, Scattertext and LIME, and shows how to use them to train LUIS more effectively.
Ted Neward extends his exploration of building forms with Angular, by showing how to create a Web-based questionnaire that dynamically generates fields based on the types of questions drawn from an external source, such as JSON service or file.
Blockchain has emerged as a solution for streamlining business processes, verifying transactions, and reducing the potential for fraud. This article introduces Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) in Microsoft Azure to build a secured data structure and create a distributed transactional digital ledger.
In the second column in a series on ASP.NET Core SignalR, Dino Esposito delves deep into a number of intriguing features in the framework, including streaming and online user counts.
Though the use of a convolutional neural network (CNN) is now more common for image classification, for simple image classification tasks, using a standard deep neural network (DNN) is easier and often just as or even more effective. In this article, James McCaffrey explains the DNN approach, using the Microsoft CNTK library.
David Platt hit the road in May to attend the Build Conference in Seattle. He says Microsoft's AI vision could transform meetings.
Our coverage of blockchain technology continues, with Stefano Tempesta's look at Azure Blockchain as a Service.