Microsoft started developing machine learning technology in 1992, and uses it today in Xbox, Bing and its Cortana digital assistant for Windows Phone. The technology also is effective in fraud prevention and for predicting consumer buying behavior. Sirosh said Microsoft has more than 100 partners using the Azure ML preview.
This guide contains twenty-four design patterns and ten related guidance topics that articulate the benefits of applying patterns by showing how each piece can fit into the big picture of cloud application architectures. It includes code samples and general advice on using each pattern.
Supervised Learning – Classification, Regression
Unsupervised Learning – Clustering, Recommendation
(1)Classification (Y/N/not sure, Maligant tumour or not)
Which customer are more likely to buy, stay, leave(churn analysis)
Which customer is going to get loans
Which transactions are fradulent
Which quotes are more likely to get executed
What are the algorithms are there for Classification..
1.BCD (Boosted decision tree)
2.DF (Decision Forest)
3.DJ (Decision Jungle)
4.LR (Logistic Regression)
(2) Regression (Predictive analysis)
1. Stock price prediction
2. Market forecast
3. Weather forecast
4. Calculate insurance premiums based on different factors(feature)
5. Manpower prediction
6. Workload prediction
What are the algorithms are there for Regression..
1. Bayesian Linear
2. Linear Regression
3. Ordinal Regression
4. (BCD) ANN, Boosted Decision Tree
5. DF (Decision Forest)
(3) Cluster (Segmentation)
Divide a customer base into groups of individuals, age, market segmentation,
Data compression, color reduction, pattern recognition
Which Algorithm to use..
(4) Recommendations (Product recommendation)
1. Amazon Recommender system
Iris Data Set https://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets/Iris
Needless to say, here is the master piece -
Hats off to Raja Iqbal for this wonderful meetup session.
Microsoft earlier this month launched a preview of a new cloud service called Azure Machine Learning, and some partners are already using it to build the sort of apps that used to require a team of expensive data scientists to pull off.
Even though the Office product runs in a self-contained environment, the Office product can interact with the other applications that are installed on the computer. Macros, in-document automation, and cross-Office product interoperability will work. Click-to-Run is also designed to allow locally-installed add-ins and dependent applications to work with it. However, there is the possibility that some add-ins or other integration points with Office might behave differently or might not work when you are using Click-to-Run.
- Office 2010 Click-to-Run compatibility with add-ins http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982431
In-process, out-of-process, and hybrid add-ins
A key differentiator from a technical standpoint is whether the add-in is loaded in-process by an Office application or whether an out-of-process application is making a call into Office.
Out-of-process add-ins/applications are stand-alone programs, scripts, or applications that use Office object model APIs to start functionality in the application and integrate with Office. In this case, the out-of-process application drives Office. Out-of-process applications are not supported in Click-to-Run.
In-process add-ins are loaded in-process by an Office application, and detected and opened by the application. Because of this, the Office application can use existing mechanisms, such as looking at specific registry keys or locations in the file system to discover all in-process add-ins. There is no such mechanism for out-of-process add-ins. Generally, in-process add-ins work with Click-to-Run.
66 job interview questions for data scientists
Azure ML: A Brief Introduction
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How to add a window that is adjacent to the preview pane in Outlook – http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982758
Why Win32 API is not supported http://support.microsoft.com/kb/266353
Exchange 2007 was the last version of Exchange to support using WebDAV.
Developer roadmap for Exchange ( search for WebDAV)
What may work for you is to use Exchange Web Serveries (EWS), which overall has superior calendaring abilities. There is a .NET API called the EWS Managed API which wraps EWS calls and should make using EWS a lot easier.
Differences between the EWS Managed API and EWS
EWS Managed API reference
Microsoft Exchange Web Services Managed API 2.2
Explore the EWS Managed API 2.0
Open XML SDK 2.5 for Microsoft Office
Update center for Office, Office servers, and related products
The Office Configuration Analyzer Tool 1.2 (OffCAT ) provides a quick and easy method to analyze most Microsoft Office programs for common configurations that may cause problems. *Download only OffCAT.msi if you want to install OffCAT. Review the ReadMe file to see if the other files are needed.
Supported Operating System
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista Service Pack 2, Windows XP Service Pack 3
This download works with the following Microsoft Office products:
• Microsoft Office 2013 (32-bit or 64-bit, Click-to-run or Msi installs)
• Microsoft Office 2010 (32-bit or 64-bit)
• Microsoft Office 2007
OffCAT version 1.2 provides scanning for the following Office programs:
The following minimum version of the Microsoft .NET Framework is required:
• Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0
The following Microsoft Office feature is also required:
• .NET Programmability Support
EWS Java API 1.2 – get started!
Exchange: EWS Java API 1.2
Supportability of Microsoft EWS Java API 1.1 for Exchange Server 2007/2010 – Brij Blog
Exchange Server and Update Rollups Build Numbers
Microsoft Support Lifecycle
There may be many ways to capture the dumps in winodws, but which one gives us the better dumps ? Obviously Procdump has lot of advantage, details and preferred over Adplus when see the details in Windbg.
We suggest to use Procdump and also carefully select the bitness when capturing dumps. For 64 bit use -64 or else leave it blank(default it is 32 bit).
The syntax goes like this for crash-> Procdump -e -ma -t -64 -w Outlook.exe (Procdump page has got details about these command line switches)
Let me put it in steps,
1) Before taking dump, enable page heap corruption checking using the following command: gflags.exe -p /enable outlook.exe /full
2) Now run the procdump command to capture the dump with bitness set accordingly. Procdump -e -ma -t -64 -w Outlook.exe Wait for the crash and confirm dump has been created successfully.
3) After the crash, reset command: gflags.exe -p /disable outlook.exe You can use the following command line to see if page heap checking is enabled: gflags.exe –p
1) Considerations for server-side Automation of Office – http://support.microsoft.com/kb/257757/en-us
2) EWS API links – Below are some starter links.
Exchange for developers – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/office/dn448484
Developer roadmap for Exchange – http://msdn.microsoft.com//library/office/dd877025(v=exchg.150)
Get started with EWS Managed API client applications -http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj220499(v=exchg.80).aspx
EWS Managed API concepts – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/dd633649(v=exchg.80).aspx
Working with the EWS Managed API – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/dd633696(v=exchg.80).aspx
Microsoft Exchange Web Services Managed API 2.1 – http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42022
C# Sample code:
//pass the credential and EWS asmx detail
ExchangeService service = newExchangeService(ExchangeVersion.Exchange2013);
service.Url = newUri(“https://yourcasserver/ews/exchange.asmx“);
service.Credentials = newWebCredentials(“Username”, “Password”);
Folder inbox = Folder.Bind(service, WellKnownFolderName.Root);
SearchFilter sf = newSearchFilter.SearchFilterCollection(LogicalOperator.And, newSearchFilter.IsEqualTo(EmailMessageSchema.IsRead, false));
ItemView view = newItemView(50);
view.Traversal = ItemTraversal.Shallow;
FindItemsResults<Item> findResults = service.FindItems(WellKnownFolderName.Inbox, sf, view);
//get the count
int count = findResults.Count();
3) For Open XML, http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17985
By default, this download installs files to the following locations:
i. Visual C# snippets. PersonalFolder\Visual Studio 2010\Code Snippets\Visual C#\Open XML SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Office 2010
ii. Visual Basic snippets. PersonalFolder\Visual Studio 2010\Code Snippets\Visual Basic\Open XML SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Office 2010
Generating Excel 2010 Workbooks by using the Open XML SDK 2.0
4) Regarding EWS Editor – http://ewseditor.codeplex.com/