Hello All, so I goofed and we missed last week’s post. I actually was at the International Association of the Chief’s of Police conference. Which is always a whirlwind and crazy experience.
So that being said, down to business.
- Build Great Xamarin Apps with App Center : As you probably know by now, I’m a big DevOps fan, and firm believer in its value. So this is a great description on how to use App Center to implement DevOps on your Xamarin Mobile Apps.
- What’s new with Azure Machine Learning : Interesting to see the evolution of this product.
- How to expedite container startup with Project Teleport and Azure Container Registry : Love to see this evolving more, as container startup time is a bit of a pain point.
- Mark Russinovich on Azure SQL Database Edge, Hyperscale, and Beyond : Data and data organization is at the core of everything cloud. So its interesting to see how database as a service is meeting data where it lives and doing so leveraging cloud compute.
- TensorFlow 2.0 on Azure : Fine-tuning BERT for question tagging : Interesting post on using TensorFlow with Azure Machine Lear4ning service to optimize. I’m starting to learn more about tensor flow and the more I learn the more impressed I am.
- Automated machine learning and MLOps with Azure Machine Learning : It’s really exciting to see the growth of MLOps which allows for automation of Machine Learning.
Video / Audio:
- Visual Studio Toolbox – Azure Pipelines – Build : Great overview for setting up build pipeline.
- dotnet rocks – Modernizing Angular Apps with Jennifer Wadella : Interesting discussion on the constantly evolving state of Angular moving forward with Web Apps.
- dotnet rocks – Building multi-tenant cloud apps with Tom Kerkhove : Interesting discussion on SaaS and building multi-tenant applications. This is a bit of what I deal with for most of my day, how to architect for multi-tenancy.
So I’m a big fan of the Witcher books, honestly for as much as I enjoy games like Dungeons and Dragons, I’m usually not a fan of fantasy fiction. Honestly in general I find most of the genre to be overly slow in its story telling, and I get bored. But one of the exceptions to that is the Witcher, which tells engaging and dynamic stories really quickly. Geralt is a great character who lives in a really fascinating world. So when I heard NetFlix was adapting it, I was hopeful but concerned. Well the trailer dropped, and I’m really excited, this looks great.