Using Windows 10 with Machine Learning

Creating and working with Windows 10 is a big deal.  Using Machine Learning is also a big deal and one that you can make a lot of money working at.  Much of machine learning is based in the R statistical language.  And just what you need to learn is another computer language right?  Well with Azure, you can use the simple to use Machine Learning Design Tool.  It is drag and drop, with a bunch of interesting systems that can help you get your work moving right along.

If you just want to skip to the MVA on Machine Learning jump to here:

Otherwise here is the rest of my blog:

So let’s look at our problem space with respect to Machine Learning:

According to Salesforce, 7 out of 8 interactions with their Heroku cloud is through apps, not web apps, but apps.  I don’t have other resources that indicate the same thing, so let’s take them at their word.  Salesforce is reliable by anyone’s standards.

Salesforce has partnered with Microsoft to create a Windows 10 app building tool that is also included in Visual Studio 2015.  This will allow you to quickly build apps that connect in to the Salesforce cloud.  Which is not the Azure Cloud.  And the Heroku Cloud is pretty easy to get involved with.  If you are going to be expert on one other cloud, take a look at the Heroku Cloud.  And even though the Heroku Cloud is competitive with the Microsoft Azure cloud, Salesforce is partnering with Microsoft on Windows 10.  Windows 10 is that much of an improvement.

Back to rapid development with Windows 10 using Azure, the Windows 10  subject is covered pretty well with the Jerry Nixon MVA at:

For that link, check out App Services which is Module 12, this will get you started on using the App Services with Azure.  This will create an interesting app that you can use to make money using in-apps sales or other processes.

For the Azure part, make sure to get started using one of the following courses, which goes on and on and on for 100 sessions over a number of different MVAs, but all of it comes with extensive code and examples:

As to Machine Learning and Windows 10, over the next few weeks I will be demonstrating how to use the two together.  In this case you should also take a look at the following to get up to speed, I am: