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John Naguib

TechNet: Office 365 Chat Based Workspace

John Naguib is an Office Servers and Services MVP. He's also a Solution Architect and Senior Consultant, with a deep knowledge of SharePoint. In addition, he has a strong .net application development background and is knowledgable in Office 365, Azure and several Microsoft products. John is a recognized expert within the IT industry, as he's published several gold award articles on Microsoft TechNet blogs and spoken at several events. He is based in Egypt. Follow him on Twitter @johnnaguib.

Been With SharePoint For 5 Years As A Developer. What To Do Next?

Thuan Nguyen is a Subject Master Expert in Digital Workplace and 7-year Office Services and Servers MVP. With nearly 10 years of experience in Information Technology and Services, Thuan has been involved in a number of successful Microsoft Digital Workplace adoptions for mid-tier and large organizations, including government agencies in which his responsibilities include technical evangelism, pre-sales activities, proof-of-concept mentoring, technical support, to architecting the entire solution. He is a regular guest speaker for several international conferences on SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure. Follow him on Twitter @nnthuan

manpreet

User Profile Dashboard On Office 365 SharePoint

Manpreet Singh is a SharePoint Consultant based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He's a Microsoft MVP for Office 365 Servers, and well as a C# Corner MVP. He's worked on 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and Office 365 versions of SharePoint. Manpreet is experienced in all aspects of SharePoint activities - such as migration, documentation and enhancements. He's also been a developer, team lead, and consultant on the development of app projects. Follow him on Twitter @manpreethere.

Demystifying .Net Standard

David Pine is a Technical Evangelist and Microsoft MVP working at Centare in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. David's passion for learning has led to his desire to give back to the developer community. David is a technical blogger, whose blogs have been featured on asp.net, msdn webdev and msdn dotnet. David is active in the developer community, speaking at technical conferences, contributing to popular open-source projects, serving as a mentor and giving back to stackoverflow.com. Follow him on Twitter @davidpine7.

michael-blumenthal-psc-headshotOffice 365 Governance Essentials: Step 1 – Review, Annotate, And Share Weekly Digest

Michael Blumenthal is a Microsoft Office 365 MVP and a Principal Office 365 Engineer at a leading broadcast media company, where he is responsible for service management of Office 365 and driving adoption. He co-leads the Office 365 Adoption User Group – Chicagoland chapter. As a public speaker, he can be found speaking on business technology topics including business productivity, collaboration, knowledge and expertise management, communication and content management, cloud adoption, Office 365, SharePoint, and PowerShell. Follow him on Twitter @michaelbl.

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Making your EZ-Robots Smart with Microsoft Cognitive Services

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Who doesn't like making cool robots?

Who doesn't like it when they are easy to build?

Who doesn't like extending them, making them smarter (to a point)?

One of our favorite robot platforms, EZ-Robot, Easy Robotics with Windows 10 and EZ-Robot, has some great extensibility options/plugins.

Sergiy Baydachnyy has written up a cool post on a couple of those plugins, plugins that help you make your robot all that much smarter...

Build Intelligent Robots with EZ-Robot and Microsoft Cognitive Services

What if a robot could tell how you are feeling?

Microsoft Cognitive Services is a set of APIs and SDK services that can enable developers to easily add features that can detect emotion, identify objects and understand language understanding into their applications. Imagine utilizing that same set of features in a robot.

Enter Calgary based EZ-Robot who has created a solution to allow those interested in building robots to create applications for their robots using different SDKs. Their core product called EZ-Builder allows anybody, regardless of programming knowledge, to bring robots to life. The software is available from Windows Store and is able to incorporate Microsoft Cognitive Services to allow for further depth to the EZ-Robot's capabilities..

This post will cover is the use of three plugins compatible with EZ-Builder that are based on Microsoft Cognitive Services. The following are a list of these plugins:

To setup any of these plugins you simple need to install them on your computer and add to your EZ-Builder project. Once you have these plugins in your project, it’s easy to setup each of them. For example, if you want to use voice commands in your project, you need to provide some parameters using Config window below:

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Laura Laban explores Infinite Flight simulation on mobile devices on the Hanselminutes Technology Podcast: Fresh Air for Developers

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Scott HanselmanABOUT SCOTT

I'm a teacher. I speak all over to whoever will listen. I have written code that you've used. I've been blogging for over a decade and podcasting for about half that. I speak, code, write, empower, promote, braid, learn and listen - usually not in that order.

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Error Diagnosis with James Smith

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When a user experiences an error in an application, the engineers who are building that application need to find out why that error occurred. The root cause of that error may be on the user’s device, or within a piece of server-side logic, or hidden behind a black box API. To fix a complex error, we need a stack trace of contextual information so that we can correlate events across all layers of an application.

James Smith is the CEO of Bugsnag, a company that makes crash reporting and error tracking software. In this episode, he describes how to diagnose errors in modern applications. He also explains how the company functions and how Bugsnag itself is built. The product consumes and stores millions of events which makes for a good discussion of software architecture. Full disclosure: Bugsnag is a sponsor of SE Daily.

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The Morning Brew #2408

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Xamarin App Developer Links - 2017-08-18

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