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Azure Data Share is a cloud-based service which helps customers share data with other organizations. It provides centralized management, monitoring and governance for sharing data from multiple Azure data sources. Using this service, you can quickly create shares which consist of multiple data-sets from a variety of Azure data stores. Easily invite your customers and external partners to access these shares through incremental snapshots of your data, revoke access as needed.
Today I came across this site called “Teachable Machine” made by some smart people and built with Tensorflow.js. It lets you build and train simple models on sound, video and images and then you can export your models in various formats to integrate with your own app or system! I have done something similar with Microsoft PowerApps and the AI Builder, but this takes it to a new level.
“IT” This has got me by for the past 20 years when asked by various relatives and friends exactly what it is that I do. It does mean I have to “fix” working computers, install virus scanners, get printers working (throw it away), and fix iTunes for my mum on …
Here is the next tech talk in Data Science for Dummies series I am presenting around Sydney: Part 2 of 9: Titanic survival prediction with Azure Machine Learning Studio + Kaggle. and the slides: In this session we will use the Azure Machine Learning Studio and focus on the prediction …
You might have heard of Spark and how it’s the evolution of Hadoop… great for processing Big Data…. but have you heard of Databricks? Here are the slides for the next tech talk in Data Science for Dummies series I am presenting around Sydney: Part 1 of 9: Data Science …
I put together a tech talk on Machine Learning and Databricks which is the 3rd part of an 9 part Data Science for Dummies series: Data Engineering with Titanic dataset + Databricks + Python. Preparing & feature engineering highlighted the importance of domain knowledge, even with something as simple as …
If you’ve ever tried to create Azure Subscriptions with Terraform, AZ cli or via ARM api you’ll know that it was not possible up until recently. Previously you had to open a different UI to choose a billing model and create a new Subscription (even if it was bound to the same AD Tenant as your existing Subscription). Terraform and AZ work in the context of a Subscription so it was assumed you would have one before you started, however sometimes we need to create these automatically.
- Data Sharing – How to share your big data securely and in-place with 3rd parties customers and partners
- Visual Machine Learning with Teachable Machine – Not Happy Baby
- I know what a Data Scientist is… but what the heck is a Machine Learning Engineer?!
- Data Science for Dummies – Titanic survival prediction with Azure Machine Learning Studio + Kaggle (Tech Talk 2 of 9)
- Data Science for Dummies – Data Science Overview with Databricks (Tech Talk 1 of 9)