Visual Studio 2019 Launch Event

Scott Hanselman kicked off the Visual Studio Launch online event with the "Not your average keynote", visiting many employees on the Microsoft campus who are involved with creating VS2019. We had the chance to virtually get to know the people behind Visual Studio and their different personalities and take a peak at the new features. … Continue reading Visual Studio 2019 Launch Event

Self-Driving Cars

I watched the introductory lecture of the MIT Self-Driving Cars series and these are the highlights of the lecture. Video: Website: GitHub Tutorials: Waymo has done incredible work in deploying and testing their autonomous vehicles. The other incredible accomplishment is on the side of the semi-autonomous driving of autopilot. The autopilot miles … Continue reading Self-Driving Cars

Deep Reinforcement Learning

I watched the lecture on Deep Reinforcement Learning and these are the highlights of the lecture. Video: Slides: Website: GitHub Tutorials: Every type of machine learning is supervised learning. The difference is the source of the supervision. Supervised learning vs. reinforcement learning The process of how machines learn to act in … Continue reading Deep Reinforcement Learning

Deep Learning Basics

I watched the first lecture on Deep Learning Basics from the MIT course 6.S094: Deep Learning for Self-Driving Cars and these are the highlights of the lecture. Slides for this lecture: Website: GitHub repo with tutorials: Why Deep Learning? No need of human expert involvement. Great overview of the TensorFlow ecosystem. The Deep … Continue reading Deep Learning Basics

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 the 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