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Adding Image and Voice Intelligence to Your Apps with Microsoft Cognitive Services
David Giard from Microsoft
Cognitive Services is a set of APIs that use the power of Machine Learning to enhance your application. Using these APIs, you can quickly add image recognition and analysis; facial recognition, speech recognition, text-to-speech capabilities, and many other features to your application.
Ricardo Mello, Chief Customer Officer at Wakanda (@jsapplied (https://twitter.com/jsapplied))
We will use Wakanda, node, SQL, (cool) APIs, Angular, Ionic and Cordova to build and code a Mobile and Web Factory - live!
A React Dev in Angularland
Ken Wheeler, Director of Open Source at Formidable
A react developer gives angular a try and reflects on the experience
Configuration-driven Dynamic Forms
Nir Kaufman, GDE (Google Developer Expert)
Let’s see how we can combine the powerful reactive forms API with Angular’s dynamic components rendering capabilities to create a robust, configuration driven, dynamic forms rendering engine.
Get ready for some live coding!
More details TBD!
Heather Shapiro is a Technical Evangelist in Microsoft's Developer Experience group, where she educates developers on Microsoft's new technologies. In this role, Heather works closely with students and developer communities across the North East to understand the newest technologies and architectures. Prior to becoming a Technical Evangelist, Heather completed her undergraduate degree at Duke University and graduated in the Class of 2015. She received her Bachelors of Science in Computer Science and Statistical Science, and completed an Honors Thesis about employing Bayesian Approaches to Understanding Music Popularity. Heather blogs at http://microheather.com (http://microheather.com/) and tweets at http://twitter.com/microheather .
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