Day: April 10, 2020


Azure Stack HCI and the Future

Carmen Crincoli joins Microsoft Cloud Advocate Thomas Maurer on Azure Unblogged to discuss Azure Stack HCI and the future. In the video, they talk about the Azure Stack HCI solution program, why it was created, the value it provides to customers, and some of the work being done to engage with customers to improve future […]

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Google releases API to train smaller, faster AI models

Google Releases API to Train Smaller, Faster AI models

Google recently released Quantization Aware Training (QAT) API, which enables developers to train and deploy models with the performance benefits of quantization — i.e., the process of mapping input values from a large set to output values in a smaller set — while retaining close to their original accuracy. The goal is to support the development […]

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Understanding Cloud Native Application Bundles

Shayne is joined by Ralph Squillace at Microsoft Ignite 2019 to hear more about Cloud Native Application Bundles (CNAB) Time Index [01:05] – CNAB, What problems are we trying to solve? [03:42] – Is this just a Microsoft thing, who’s involved? [07:10] – Who is this for? Developers, IT Ops, inner loop… [11:45] – How […]

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Azure DevOps

Pull Requests in Azure DevOps

In this episode of Visual Studio Toolbox, Robert is joined by Brian Randall, who shows us the new Pull Request experience in Azure DevOps Services. Brian reviews the process of creating and approving pull requests and highlights the new and simpler pull requests UI. The new experience is mobile-friendly and faster, and includes several new […]

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Interesting Music Science

How a Suzanne Vega Song Helped Create the MP3

Great Big Story  explains how Suzanne Vega’s hit song “Tom’s Diner” helped create the MP3 and spark a music revolution. Karlheinz Brandenburg has listened to Suzanne Vega’s “Tom’s Diner” thousands of times and never tires of it. In fact, the song holds a special place in his heart because it was instrumental in the creation […]

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Covid Pandemic Maker

Custom 3D Printed Respirator Face Mask with Replaceable filters

The 3D Handyman shares an interesting technique to address the mask shortage in light of the COVID pandemic. However, there are safety concerns you should take seriously. Highlights added. I’m sharing this video here to inspire folks to use the tools and expertise at their disposal to fight this awful disease. Your safety is no […]

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Covid Pandemic Science

Coronavirus (SARS-Cov-2) – Blood Types and Susceptibility

DrWD40 explains the science behind blood types and susceptibility to the SARS-Cov-2 virusa. This is update 10 of the SARS-CoV-2 discussions we’ve been having on my Twitch livestreams. This was pulled from a livestream on March 18th, 2020 (apologies for the emotes flying around and the background music). This video goes into a paper the […]

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