Category Archives: Conferences

Recap of the 2018 Interop ITX Conference

I recently attended, and spoke at, the 2018 Interop ITX conference. The event ran from April 30 to May 4 at the Mirage hotel in Las Vegas. I believe that Interop ITX is the largest vendor-neutral (meaning not organized by … Continue reading

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Recap of the 2018 Visual Studio Live Conference

I spoke at the 2018 Visual Studio Live! Conference. The event ran from March 12–16, in Las Vegas (Bally’s). VSLive! is a conference for software developers who use Microsoft technologies, and it’s one of my three favorite conferences. I estimate … Continue reading

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I Give a Workshop on Neural Network Regression using CNTK v2

A few days ago I presented a one-hour workshop on neural network regression using the CNTK v2 code library. The goal of a regression problem is to create a prediction model for a problem where the thing to predict is … Continue reading

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Recap of the 2018 TDWI Conference

I spoke at the 2018 TDWI Conference. Bottom line: a very interesting event, good use of my time, and an event you should consider attending. TDWI is a conference that has been around for many years (I’m not sure exactly … Continue reading

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Recap of the 2017 DevIntersection Conference

I recently spoke at (and attended talks at) the 2017 DevIntersection Conference. The event was held October 29 to November 3, 2017, at the MGM Grand hotel in Las Vegas. There are actually several DevIntersection conferences every year, but the … Continue reading

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The Fortune Cup Horse Race Game in Las Vegas

Almost all of the big software development conferences I speak at are in Las Vegas. Between talks, I love to walk around and observe the applied mathematics and psychology. At a recent event at the MGM Grand Hotel, I was … Continue reading

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Protected: My Presentation at the 2017 DevIntersection Conference

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