|Session Date/Time (dd-MM-YYYY 24h)||Speaker||Category||Track||Title|
|30-07-2019 18:00||Paul Turley||Breakout Session (60 minutes)||Advanced Analytics||Can You Say "Charticulator"? ...I knew you could|
|30-07-2019 19:00||Geovanny Hernandez||Breakout Session (60 minutes)||Application Development||How you can Keep your SQL Code Protected with GIT|
|30-07-2019 20:00||Daniel Shrader||Breakout Session (60 minutes)||Application Development||An Intro to Git|
|30-07-2019 21:00||Luis Beltran||Breakout Session (60 minutes)||Application Development||Bringing AI to the Edge: On-premise Azure Cognitive Services|
Event Date: 30-07-2019 18:00 - Category: Breakout Session (60 minutes) - Track: Advanced Analytics
Event Date: 30-07-2019 19:00 - Category: Breakout Session (60 minutes) - Track: Application Development
In this session, I'm going to show you how to avoid problems derived of mistakes during the development process through the proper use of source control code strategy which can combine the potential of GIT and SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) for managing latest version, detecting changes, code review and deploying through environment without stress.
Event Date: 30-07-2019 20:00 - Category: Breakout Session (60 minutes) - Track: Application Development
Event Date: 30-07-2019 21:00 - Category: Breakout Session (60 minutes) - Track: Application Development
However, there might be cases in which our customers need a local, non-cloud AI solution (either because of limited Internet access or data compliance). This is now possible thanks to the latest update of Azure Cognitive Services, which offers containerization support. Using containers, we can still deliver ML-driven solutions while keeping the data in-house.
In this talk, we'll explore what it takes to configure and use containers in Azure Cognitive Services. Demos will be showcased as well for local Face and Text Cognitive Services.