Today we’re presenting our first ever “Tech Thursday” (since we know you can’t get enough of our Tech Tuesdays) from our Director of Professional Services,
Microsoft has announced the General Availability of the Azure Machine Learning Service . Additional new capabilities with today’s release include: The ability to create a configurable custom R module, incorporate your own train/predict R-scripts, and add python scripts using a large ecosystem of libraries such as numpy, scipy, pandas, scikit-learn etc. You can now train on terabytes of data using “Learning with Counts”, use PCA or one-class SVM for anomaly detection, and easily modify, filter, and clean data using familiar SQLite.
Hello again This article follows on from the Where is the Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015? post from yesterday. Back in May 2008 I was at the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift in Fargo, ND, USA and was attending Developer Toolkit training run by Steve Gray. On the last day of the training I came up with an idea which would allow menu navigation entries to be dynamically created and called via an API exposed to Visual Studio Tools