Experimenting with Machine Learning on Azure

This weekend I want to experiment with machine learning on Azure. I don't have my own Jupyter notebook server so I want to use theย Azure Notebooks, which are Free Jupyter based notebooks in the Azure cloud. The first thing I noticed is that there are two types of workspaces: ML and ML Studio. What is … Continue reading Experimenting with Machine Learning on Azure

Autumn and winter in one place

Winter is coming and as usual we drive to the Austrian mountains on the first weekend of November. First of November is a holiday and we we take an extra day off to be able to enjoy the long weekend. I packed my bags the night before so we don't lose any time. It's interesting … Continue reading Autumn and winter in one place

Sightseeing in London

Day 1: Tower of London and Tower Bridge Financial District Tower of London Tower Bridge River Thames walk We arrived to Stanton Airport early in the morning at 7 o'clock and took the Stanton Express to Liverpool Street. The train ride took 1 hour. We walked to the Ibis Shoreditch hotel and arrived there in … Continue reading Sightseeing in London

FrankenJS Meetup June 14th 2018 @ Zollhof

Monetising Your App with Payment Request API - Christian Liebel, Thinktecture AG, Karlsruhe Goodbye, app store! Progressive Web Apps (PWA) is an application model that empowers web applications to use โ€œnativeโ€ features such as offline capability or push notifications. PWAs can be installed on the device by simply adding them to the home screen. With … Continue reading FrankenJS Meetup June 14th 2018 @ Zollhof

Making of weather-alert (1): Create Azure Functions with Visual Studio Code

weather-alert weather-alert analyzes and tweets if the local weather conditions are favorable for outdoor activities on the next day. Steps: Checks the weather forecast on OpenWeatherMap Analyze the weather conditions for outdoors activities Posts a tweet if the weather conditions are favorable VSCode setup Install theย Azure Functionsย extension in VS Code and sign in to Azure, … Continue reading Making of weather-alert (1): Create Azure Functions with Visual Studio Code