Build Intelligent applications with ML.NET and Windows Machine Learning

Presented by: Ron Dagdag

Need to integrate trained machine learning models into Windows apps? In this session, we will look into how Windows Machine Learning can transform applications with the power of artificial intelligence and run it on the devices by taking full advantage of hardware acceleration. We will walk thru and...

Tags: .NET, Machine LearningFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Building With Entity Framework Scaffolding

Presented by: Sean Beougher

Wonder if there is more to Entity Framework than Code First? Wonder if it is possible to create objects from database tables? Here is your chance to learn about the other, bizarre side that people rarely talk about. Learn how to gain more power over your apps. Take your first step to the true...

Tags: .NET, C#Format: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Learning Functional Programming Through Construction: First Principles

Presented by: Cameron Presley

In the past five years, functional programming has increased dramatically in popularity which has led to an explosion of resources for learning these concepts. But, between languages (Haskell, Elm, PureScript, F#), libraries (Ramda, fp-ts), and concepts (Monads, Monoids, Functors), it can be...

Tags: .NET, Functional Programming, Javascript, C#Format: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Application Architecture Patterns

Presented by: Joseph Guadagno

Architecting an application can be challenging. What do you do to keep your application flexible to ever-constant requirement changes? How do you handle landscape changes (cloud, on-premises, databases)? How do you avoid over-engineering the application? How do I make sure my application plays well...

Tags: .NET, Cloud, MobileFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Level Up on Functional Programming By Rebuilding LINQ

Presented by: Cameron Presley

When taking the first steps into functional programming, one quickly runs into blog posts talking about how to simplify complex loops by using the trinity of list operations: map, filter, and reduce. But what are these methods actually doing under the hood to help simplify the code? ...

Tags: .NET, Functional Programming, C#Format: General SessionLevel: Intermediate