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Microsoft Open Source

From Closed to Open: Building and Running MS-DOS with Ease

Microsoft has released the code to MS-DOS 4.00 on GitHub; Dave’s Garage takes you a tour of the code, builds it, and runs it on original hardware.

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AI Microsoft

Copilot Studio + Dynamics 365 HR + ServiceNow

In this short demo, find a way of improving employee experience bringing the best out of Microsoft solutions. A chatbot easily integrated into a self-service platform, connected to your ticketing system (in this case is ServiceNow, but it could be Customer Service for example).

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AI Microsoft

How to Extend Copilot for Sales with custom data and insights from your own apps

This video is from Microsoft Mechanics. Optimize the sales process by integrating internal and external data with Copilot for Sales. Create enriched email summaries, customized meeting prep documents, and actionable meeting recaps to improve customer interactions. Copilot uses AI to generate insights and suggest actions based on comprehensive data, ensuring sales teams have all the […]

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Azure Microsoft

Introduction to FusionCache

In this episode Davide welcomes Jody for an introduction of his OSS project, FusionCache: an easy to use, fast and robust caching library, optionally multi-level (hybrid) and with advanced resiliency features.

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AI Data Microsoft

Data API builder is now Generally Available | Data Exposed

Data API builder (DAB) is Microsoft’s open-source engine designed to expose Azure databases to client applications and customers through secure, feature-rich REST and GraphQL endpoints. It’s cross-platform, language-independent, and runs in a Docker-friendly container in any cloud and even on-premises. DAB is three years in the making, with thousands of engineering hours invested and stuffed […]

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Big Data Data Microsoft

What’s new in SSMS 20 and what’s next in version 21

In this video, review the major changes in SSMS 20, and talk about the roadmap and next release.

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Microsoft

Why is the DOS path length 260 bytes?

Larry Oosterman takes us waaaaay back in today’s #OneDevQuestion – and he explores why the DOS path length was set to 260 bytes.

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Microsoft

Microsoft Build Preview: .NET

In this episode of Microsoft Build Unplugged, James Montemagno, Principal Manager, Tech and Safia, Senior Software Engineer, share a peek at what’s coming.

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AI Large Language Models Microsoft Research

Unveiling Microsoft’s Revolutionary 1-bit LLMs in AI Research

In this video from AI Papers Academy.dive into a recent research paper by Microsoft: “The Era of 1-bit LLMs: All Large Language Models are in 1.58 Bits”. This paper introduce an interesting and exciting architecture for large language models, called BitNet b1.58, which significantly reduces LLMs memory consumption, and speeds-up LLMs inference latency. All of […]

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