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Channel 9 is a community. We bring forward the people behind our products and connect them with those who use them. We think there is a great future in software and we're excited about it. We want the community to participate in the ongoing conversation. This is the heart of Channel 9. We talk about our work but listen to the customer.

    How to use Jupyter Notebooks in Azure Data Studio | Azure Friday

    How to use Jupyter Notebooks in Azure Data Studio | Azure Friday

    Vicky Harp joins Scott Hanselman to show how Azure Data Studio combined the simple and robust SQL query editing experience of tools like SSMS with the flexibility and collaboration of Jupyter Notebooks. The November 2019 release of Azure Data Studio included SQL Server 2019 Guide as a Jupyter Book, which provides a richer troubleshooting experience. [0:04:00] - Demo Announcing Jupyter Book support blog postDownload and install Azure Data Studiomicrosoft/azuredatastudio GitHub repoLatest news on the SQL Server BlogCreate a free account (Azure)

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    How to use HTTP overrides on Azure CDN from Microsoft | Azure Friday

    How to use HTTP overrides on Azure CDN from Microsoft | Azure Friday

    Sohamn Chatterjee joins Scott Hanselman to show how to customize HTTP requests including header override, URL redirects/rewrites, and change caching policies using the rules engine for Azure CDN from Microsoft. You can add combinations of match conditions and actions per rule to do complex HTTP overrides at the CDN edge network, which improves overall performance and reduces costs at the origin. [0:03:53] - Demo Standard rules engine reference for Azure CDNMatch conditions in the Standard rules engine for Azure CDNAzure Content Delivery Network (CDN)Azure CDN pricingCreate a free account (Azure)

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    Visual Studio Online | Visual Studio Toolbox

    Visual Studio Online | Visual Studio Toolbox

    In this episode, Robert is joined by Burke Holland, who introduces us to Visual Studio Online, which provides a cloud-based development environment you can access from anywhere. Burke shows how easy it is to spin up a new environment, point it at a repo and start coding. Get started with Visual Studio Online Visual Studio Online talk from Ignite

    • 15 min
    Build NodeJS apps with Windows Subsystem for Linux

    Build NodeJS apps with Windows Subsystem for Linux

    Learn how to develop NodeJS apps using Linux on Windows with VS Code. It's fast and you're going to love it! Install and sign up links: Install WSL 2 Install VS CodeInstall the VS Code Remote Extension for WSLInstall Windows TerminalSign up for an Azure account (12 months free + $200 credit) Learn more: Develop with NodeJS on Windows docsWSL 2 docsHost NodeJS apps on AzureCreate a Node.js web app in Azure (Quickstart)

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    Optimization, Machine Learning Models, and TensorFlow (Part 2 of 4) | AI Show

    Optimization, Machine Learning Models, and TensorFlow (Part 2 of 4) | AI Show

    This is Part 2 of a four-part series that breaks up a talk that I gave at the Toronto AI Meetup. Part 1 was all about the foundational concepts of machine learning. In this part I get into more advanced machine learning concepts. These include: [00:13] Optimization (I explain calculus!!!) [04:40] Gradient descent [06:26] Perceptron (or linear models – we learned what these are in part 1 but I expound a bit more) [07:04] Neural Networks (as an extension to linear models)[09:28] Brief Review of TensorFlowHope you enjoy Part 2! As always feel free to send any feedback or add any comments below if you have any questions. The AI Show's Favorite links: Don't miss new episodes, subscribe to the AI Show Create a Free account (Azure) Deep Learning vs. Machine Learning Get Started with Machine Learning

    • 11 min
    How To: Creating a Persistent Log Buffer in SQL 2019 | Data Exposed

    How To: Creating a Persistent Log Buffer in SQL 2019 | Data Exposed

    Persistent Log Buffers, sometimes referred to as tail of log caching, uses persistent memory to persist the database log buffer, eliminating bottlenecks that may occur on busy systems waiting for the log buffer to flush to disk. A process known as log hardening. learn more here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/relational-databases/databases/add-persisted-log-buffer?view=sql-server-ver15 [00:00] Intro[00:45] Positioning persistent log buffer[01:13] Persistent memory (PMEM) devices[01:58] Usecase for and benefits of persistent log buffer[02:31] Best practices for SQL Server with PMEM in Windows[03:38] Best practices for SQL Server with PMEM in Linux[04:01] What is persistent log buffer?[04:43] What is forced delayed durability?[05:30] Difference between persistent log buffer and forced delayed durability[06:42] Demo: setting up persistent log buffer[07:54] Wrap-up

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