Microsoft Developer Newsletter - Volume 23, Number 11: May 29, 2019
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Visual interface for Azure Machine Learning service
Build, test, and deploy machine learning models using a drag-and-drop interface. Get an overview of the new Azure Machine Learning visual interface.
Weighted k-NN classification using C#
Learn how to implement the k-nearest neighbors (k-NN) classification technique. This is one of the simplest machine learning algorithms, where the predicted class of a new item is determined by examining the distance of the item to data points with known class values.
Code reviews using the Visual Studio Pull Requests extension
Learn about a new extension that adds several code review tools to Visual Studio, making it easier to launch and view pull requests inside the development environment.
Create interactive .NET documentation with Try .NET
Find out how recent updates to Try .NET enable a more powerful approach to interactive documentation that works both online and offline.
Working with Naked Objects Framework collections
The Naked Objects Framework helps developers focus solely on the business domain, while users work directly with objects. Explore Naked Objects Framework collections and find out how a given domain object can have references to more than one thing.
A look at Time Travel Debugging
See how Time Travel Debugging lets you record code executed in production and replay the execution path inside Visual Studio. And use it to move forward and backwards in time as if you were performing “inner loop” debugging locally.
Accelerate bot development with Bot Framework SDK and other updates
Learn about new enhancements to the Microsoft Bot Framework SDK and tools that will help you build more complex conversational experiences.
Learn AI Bootcamp for Emerging AI Developers
Get your hands on with activities that develop proficiency in Azure Cognitive Services, including Computer Vision, Custom Vision, LUIS, and Bing Search. You will also learn to leverage other AI-oriented services such as Azure Search and Azure Bot Services.
Cloud Immersion Experience: Kubernetes in Action on Azure
Learn best practices of Kubernetes on Azure that you can apply to your environment today, and how other Azure services can work with Kubernetes to help you build and ship more quickly.
Cloud Immersion Experience: DevOps for Azure Applications
Gain hands-on experience provisioning Web App for Containers for hosting OSS applications, migrate a MongoDB instance into Cosmos DB, implement serverless technologies, such as Logic Apps and Azure Functions, to enhance OSS app functionality, provision an Azure Container Registry, and more.
Microsoft Azure Developer Camp – Containers
Learn what containers are how you can use them to migrate or modernize existing applications, or build entirely new applications. Increase your technical understanding of Microsoft Azure, Azure Kubernetes Services, Azure DevOps, and more.
Cloud Immersion Experience: SAP on Azure Workshop
Learn how you can boost your migration path to Azure within days by leveraging Protera’s SAP-certified FlexBridge migration acceleration platform to minimize downtime and reduce overall project costs.
Governance with the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework
Learn how the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) helps you detect and respond to tangible risks, and how to integrate a governance MVP into planned or existing cloud adoption efforts.
Microsoft Business Applications Summit
June 10‒11, 2019, Atlanta, GA
Register for this event for analysts, technical architects, and advanced users. Delve deeper into the tools you use every day, get a sneak peek at what’s next, connect with experts, and learn new skills.