In this Avocado Labs episode we will learn about different technologies in Azure, starting with cognitive services with the one and only Sherry List! Sherry will teach us how to create a mood analyzer. Then we will move on to learning about how to deploy to the Cloud in minutes with Azure Static Web Apps with the amazing Chris Noring!
Presentation: Mood Analyzer
Imagine there was an app that could translate our selfies into emojis!!! Well, let’s build this app together!
Join me in this talk where we have an overview of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and step by step build our app with the help of one Azure CognitiveServices.
Presenter: Sherry List
Job Title: Azure Developer Engagement Lead, Microsoft
For the past 15 years, Sherry has worked with a variety of web technologies and currently works as Developer Relations Lead at Microsoft. Apart from her everyday job, she is a co-organizer of the ngVikings and ngSpain conference, as well as some Meetups groups, such as ngCopenhagen and Women Techmakers. She loves animals and supports various non-profit animal protection organizations.
Presentation: Deploy to the Cloud in minutes with Azure Static Web Apps
You spend all your time on building that SPA application, it does what it’s supposed to and it even looks good, now to deploying it so someone else can use it. Cloud is a almost default nowadays as a platform for your code to live on. It offers scalability and some peace of mind. Back to deploying, I bet you see this being a slow painful process. With Azures new Azure Static Web Service, we are talking <5 minutes from your computer to the Cloud. All you need is your GitHub where your code lives. In this session I will cover the different things this service can do for you but also show how easy it is to deploy.
Presenter: Chris Noring
Job Title: Senior Cloud Advocate
My name is Chris Noring. I’m a senior cloud developer advocate at Microsoft. I’m also a Google Developer Expert and an Auth0 ambassador. I’ve spoken on 70+ conferences and I blog a lot, see https://softchris.github.io/ or https://dev.to/softchris. Usually I cover a lot of JS but I’ve been known to talk about .NET as well.