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20

Jan

Alarm App Uses ML from Project Oxford to Wake You Up

Re-posted from The Fire Hose A new app from the Microsoft Garage, the Mimicker Alarm for Android mixes cool machine learning algorithms from Microsoft Research with some plain fun, and all in an attempt to wake you up – and READ MORE

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20

Jan

This post is authored by Dmitry Pechyony, Senior Data Scientist at Microsoft, and Ilan Reiter, Principal Data Science Manager at Microsoft. For those of you who have looked at your electricity bill in dismay, wondering what makes your energy consumption READ MORE

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15

Jan

Your ability to make real-time predictions in mobile iOS apps just got a major boost – the Cortana Analytics Gallery now offers a template to help you build predictive apps for iOS using Visual Studio and Azure ML APIs. In READ MORE

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15

Jan

Your ability to make real-time predictions in mobile iOS apps just got a major boost – the Cortana Analytics Gallery now offers a template to help you build predictive apps for iOS using Visual Studio and Azure ML APIs. In READ MORE

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11

Jan

Effortlessly Analyze Data History Using Temporal Tables

Real data sources are never static; critical business information changes over time and important decisions often rely on insights that analysts get from evolving data. Users who track data history aim to answer fundamental questions: How did data look in READ MORE

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08

Jan

Visual Awesomeness Unlocked – Horizontal Funnel

By Amir Netz, Technical Fellow and Mey Meenakshisundaram, Product Manager Happy New Year! We are happy to welcome you to this new year with a colorful new entrant to the power bi custom visuals family – the ‘Horizontal Funnel’. We READ MORE

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08

Jan

Visual Awesomeness Unlocked – Horizontal Funnel

By Amir Netz, Technical Fellow and Mey Meenakshisundaram, Product Manager Happy New Year! We are happy to welcome you to this new year with a colorful new entrant to the power bi custom visuals family – the ‘Horizontal Funnel’. We READ MORE

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06

Jan

JSON in SQL Server 2016: Part 2 of 4

Storing JSON Data in SQL Server Since external systems format information as JSON text, JSON is also stored in SQL Server as text. You can use standard NVARCHAR columns to store JSON data. A simple table where some information stored READ MORE

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06

Jan

JSON in SQL Server 2016: Part 2 of 4

Storing JSON Data in SQL Server Since external systems format information as JSON text, JSON is also stored in SQL Server as text. You can use standard NVARCHAR columns to store JSON data. A simple table where some information stored READ MORE

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05

Jan

JSON in SQL Server 2016: Part 1 of 4

JSON is currently one of the most commonly used data exchange formats. Most modern services return information formatted as JSON text; web browsers use information formatted as JSON. JSON is the common format when semi-structured information needs to be stored, READ MORE

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