Jennifer Marsman

Machine Learning, Big Data, Azure, and Windows Development

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    Eat Sleep Code podcast on Azure Machine Learning

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    I was honored to be asked to speak on the Eat Sleep Code podcast by Telerik’s Ed Charbeneau on the topic of machine learning.  We talked about what machine learning is, what it can do, and how it works.  Then we chatted about Azure Machine Learning...
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    MLConf Atlanta 2015 Keynote: Fun with Mind Reading

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    I was honored to deliver the opening keynote at ML Conf Atlanta on September 18, 2015.  The entire event was recorded and is available at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrbAIdPI69PjHPGmEQwMYMPfN0j-d9Ij5 .  I spoke on my lie detector...
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    How to win a hackathon using Azure Machine Learning

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    You can do some amazing work with machine learning.  Predict how many crimes will occur in a city in a timeframe, based on historical data.  Identify signs of diabetic retinopathy in eye images to help diagnose the disease in areas with limited...
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    “How to Build a Hogwarts Sorting Hat” Webcast

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    In the first episode of the new Channel9 show Let’s Dev This , I walk through building a Hogwarts Sorting Hat.  A Windows Phone 8.1 app in a pocket in the hat uses an accelerometer to pick the house and text-to-speech to yell out the house name. ...
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    Choosing an Azure Machine Learning Algorithm

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    When getting started with Azure Machine Learning, the hardest part for many developers is staring down the list of Azure machine learning algorithms (there are currently 25 of them) and trying to figure out which one would work best.  In this blog...
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    Data Ingestion in Azure Machine Learning

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    How do you get data into Azure Machine Learning, and where can you find interesting sources of data?  I tackle these questions in this blog post and this video .  Enjoy in whatever format you prefer. 
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    Joseph Sirosh on Connected Cows

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    I have heard Joseph Sirosh tell this story at multiple conferences, and I LOVE IT.  If you're into the Internet of Things/big data/analytics, take 8.5 minutes and watch it right now – you won’t regret it.  Awesome story.  Quick summary...
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    Technology & Friends: Mind Reading and Machine Learning

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    I was very honored to have been asked to be on another episode of David Giard’s webcast Technology & Friends .  In this episode, we discussed my latest project: using a headset from Emotiv which reads EEG waves from your brain and sending that...
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    Global Energy Forum Keynote Demo: Resources

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    The Internet of Your Things: From Oil Pipelines to Data Pipelines The Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2015 was held on Wed April 22, 2015 in Houston, TX.  This conference hosted over 400 business and technology leaders in the oil & gas domain. ...
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    Free online training on Azure Big Data/Machine Learning

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    Microsoft Virtual Academy provides free online training on Microsoft technology.  Like StackOverflow, you earn points for taking courses (yay gamification!). I’ve been working in the big data/machine learning space lately.  If you’re reading...
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    Penguicon: Open Source in the Azure Cloud

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    I was honored to present at Penguicon 2015 .  This conference is an awesome geek lovefest of Open Source and Science Fiction.  I participated in a panel on “The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence” and I spoke on Microsoft Azure’s support for...
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    Skype Translator in action

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    During the keynote demo of the Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2015 , my colleague Roberto and I did a live Skype Translator conversation.  I recorded one of our rehearsals, and put it on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_VnnmITAJk . ...
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    TweetDVR: Fun with Big Data and Game of Thrones

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    I never watch live television in real time.  My favorite shows are all set to record on my DVR (and I use a computer running Windows Media Center as my DVR).  When I want to watch TV, I just browse through my recorded shows and watch what I...
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    Build 2015 Keynote Day 1 Summary

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    Recordings of the event will be available at http://channel9.msdn.com/events/build/2015 .  Microsoft’s Build 2015 conference opening keynote was a testament to Microsoft’s openness.  We demonstrated and announced a new free cross-platform Visual...
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    Getting interesting data into Azure Machine Learning (AzureML)

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    If you want to explore machine learning, sometimes the hardest part is finding an interesting data set to play with.  In this post, I want to tackle how to find and use interesting data in Azure Machine Learning (AzureML).  I’ll discuss using...
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    Azure March 2015 Announcements

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    Scott Guthrie made some announcements today in an online event .  Some customer success stories were shared by Hogarth, 3M, and Fortis.  The big announcements were: · New Azure App Service : https://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/announcing-the-new...
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    Pipe Dreams: Fun with Azure and IoT

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    On December 11-12, 2014, I participated in a hackathon in Miami with some other evangelists across Microsoft. The goal was to build something cool for Azure and/or Windows 10.  I teamed up with three Davids: David Crook , David Giard , and Dave Voyles...
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    Different ways to connect Azure to on-premise datacenter

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    I found this great video (hat tip to Brian H. Prince and Keith Mayer ) that quickly summarizes different ways to connect Azure to an on-premise datacenter.  The video is only about 10 minutes long and gives a great high-level view of the different...
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    Enterprise guidance for publishing Windows apps

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    Note: this guidance applies to the Windows 8/8.1 Store.  My team has worked with multiple large corporations, helping them develop a strategy for publishing Windows and Windows Phone applications.  If your company is developing a mobile strategy...
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    “Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions” Certification 70-532

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    On February 13, 2015, I passed the Microsoft exam for Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions .  It is one of three Azure certifications that are available: 70-532- Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions 70-533- Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure...
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    Windows 10 announcements on Jan 21, 2015

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    Wow. Today Microsoft made some major announcements at http://news.microsoft.com/windows10story . I’ll cover them in order, but read to the end…you don’t want to miss the excitement about Windows Holographic. This blog post was created...
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    Instructables Maker Space

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    Last Tuesday (12/9/92014), a small group on my team took a “field trip” to the Instructables Maker Space in San Francisco, CA.  If you are not familiar with Instructables , it is a community of makers and do-it-yourselfers that was founded by Eric...
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    STL Tech Talk Interview 2014

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    At the St. Louis Days of .NET , I was interviewed by JJ Hammond for the STL Tech Talk webcast.  We talked about the STLDODN conference itself and the talks that I gave there, on Construct 2 game development and my ELIZA app .  We also covered...
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    Podcast: Developer Evangelism and Hackathons

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    Last week, I was interviewed by John Neil Conkle .  John advises folks who want to figure out their hackathon strategy.  We talked about developer evangelism and participating in hackathons.  Enjoy. http://hackathon.posthaven.com/jennifer...
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    How to make a Hogwarts Sorting Hat using Windows Phone

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    In the world of Harry Potter, when a new student entered the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry , they are “sorted” by a Sorting Hat into one of four houses. The student puts the Sorting Hat on his/her head, and the Sorting Hat yells...
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