HOW TO ATTEND: To sign up for the hackathon, attend this event on meetup and go to https://www.hackthecrisis.se/ and register there as well. The new COVID-19 virus is testing our country, our society and us as citizens. Everything normal about our daily lives has been put on hold. Life, health, and jobs are threatened. In this critical moment, our task is to work together as a nation to solve one of the biggest crises of our lifetime. Hack the Crisis is an online hackathon organized by DIGG, Hack for Sweden, Openhack and The Swedish Government, and that Microsoft is a partner to. The mission is to design, test and execute ideas for the future of Sweden and the world. We want to gather creative ideas and develop concepts in an attempt to create solutions helping us make further progress in the ongoing resistance. This hackathon is a context for all parts of society to contribute – public sector, private sector, academia, non-profit organizations and citizens, who want to join in the fight.
REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR HERE: https://microsoftcloudpartner.eventbuilder.com/event/14542 You are invited to join the Meet the Azure Product Leaders online series where you will have the opportunity to connect directly with the engineering teams who are building Azure products. You will hear, firsthand, about product updates including new features, roadmaps, best practices, etc. As part of each session, there will also be an Ask Me Anything forum where you can ask questions, provide product feedback and connect with the product team members. In this session, we will cover a breadth view of Azure’s highly scalable NoSQL database - Cosmos DB. We’ll discuss a real-world examples and trends on how Cosmos DB is being used in the wild, and then lead into a discussion on best practices including the top 3 things you should know to position a successful deployment. We’ll also cover our roadmap investments over the next Azure semester.
FAQ pages are typically static, and can ironically be confusing to navigate. What the user typically wants to do is just ask a question, which we can enable through QnA Maker. Come see how you can add a bot to your page with no code! WATCH THE LIVESTREAM HERE: https://www.twitch.tv/microsoftdeveloper
The essence of linear regression is arguably the simplest form of ML: drawing a line through points. You might have done a simple form of this in your high school physics class: plot the results of a series of experiments on graph paper and then draw a line through as many points as possible (and include as many points below the line as above the line where the points don't fall on the line). That is a very form of linear regression. We will build on that conceptual foundation to address more complex situations, such as having points in more than two dimensions or even points whose relationship seems non-linear. WATCH THE LIVESTREAM HERE: https://www.twitch.tv/microsoftdeveloper