The red-hot Blazor project has been burning through the Microsoft-centric web-dev world with its brand-new C#-based experience, but does the hype match the reality?
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research updates previous tutorials with new, cutting-edge deep neural machine learning techniques.
The microservices architectural style is one of the foundational pillars of today's cloud-native development world, along with modern design, containers, backing services and automation.
"If your manager asks you why your project should upgrade to .NET 7, you can say 'in addition to all the new functionality in the release, .NET 7 is super fast.'
One use case for the analysis of variance statistics technique is asking if student performances are the same in three classrooms taught by the same teacher but with different textbooks, says Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research.
With no built-in functions for classical statistics analyses in the .NET library, Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research explains how to roll your own from scratch.
After previously discussing permutations, Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research uses step-by-step examples and full code presentations to explore combinations.
My Copilot does a lot of cool things, but sometimes it repeats itself and doesn't seem to want to compute the value of pi.
Get ready to use the BigInteger data type as Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research demonstrates zero-based mathematical permutations with C#.
Trying out some hidden functionality that can be enabled with a few mouse clicks (and maybe an IDE restart).
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research uses a full code program for a step-by-step explanation of this machine learning technique that indicates if patterns are random.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research explains the classical machine learning technique typically used for binary classification -- predicting an outcome that can only be one of two discrete values.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research explains the machine learning technique, which can be used to predict a person's happiness score from their income and education, for example.
Microsoft recommends replacing relic from old .NET Framework with Blazor, but you can still do ASP.NET Web Forms apps in Visual Studio 2022 if you want to, with a couple tweaks.
Whether you are building desktop apps, mobile apps or Single-Page Applications (SPAs), nearly every application needs backend APIs. Not only do these APIs need to provide business functionality, but they need to be performant, scalable and most importantly secure.
"You can make and save a *lot* of money by placing design thinking and innovation at the heart of your application development -- perhaps more money than your entire software development budget!"
Dapr addresses a large challenge inherent in modern distributed applications: complexity.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research presents a full step-by-step example with all code to predict a person's optimism score from their occupation, eye color and country.
Epic fail by editor of Visual Studio Magazine, who has never even HEARD of Browxy.
This demo from Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research of creating a prediction system for IMDB data using an LSTM network can be a guide to create a classification system for most types of text data.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research shows how to get the raw source IMDB data, read the movie reviews into memory, parse and tokenize the reviews, create a vocabulary dictionary and convert the reviews to a numeric form.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research details the "Hello World" of image classification: a convolutional neural network (CNN) applied to the MNIST digits dataset.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research demonstrates how to fetch and prepare MNIST data for image recognition machine learning problems.
Dr. James McCaffrey of Microsoft Research explains a new idea that slightly modifies standard simulated annealing by borrowing ideas from quantum mechanics.
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