Technology is at the heart of the transformation of modern society and business. I engage in innovation, artificial intelligence, disruption, and ethics under the lense that we only do this because people matter.
Had a great conversation with fellow MVP Chris Wagner on building communities in the technology space. The why, what, and how of building communities. Podcast Episode 11: Microsoft MVP Chris Wagner – Change Agent Podcast (thechangeagentpodcast.com)
I had the opportunity to record a video for the United Way about tech careers and a little about my journey in technology. A few things I highlighted were: Pick a lane and go at it 100%. You can pursue development, data, machine learning, cloud architecture, productivity, security… but pick a lane and go at […]
The cloud can be a somewhat imprecise term. What does it mean to talk about migrating to the cloud or refactoring an application? In order to clear up some of this ambiguity I’ve found it useful to apply Horizon Models to cloud migration efforts. The use of a Horizon Model is to define the states […]
So, if you’ve been following me for a while you know that I’ve been playing with AI for Earth and using Logic Apps to pull images from OneDrive for analysis. I had the fortune of working with Elmbrook Launch for two seasons and over that time we’ve incrementally improved the platform. The iterations went like […]
Microsoft kicked off a great Inspire conference this year, with a number of tech announcements, as well as indication of the market through the lens of partners. Check out this 30m of content on the Best of Microsoft Inspire 2021.
Had a great conversation with Swami Venkatesh on leveraging Machine Learning to improve forecast accuracy and achieve better business efficiency. We talked about the stages of building models, inputs, and decisions.
I was doing some testing in Azure Machine Learning Notebooks and ran into a problem where the module I was looking to use was not working properly. The error I recieved was “ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘seaborn’”. The code I used which resulted in this was: This was relatively easy to correct by opening a […]