Using the Cognitive Services Text Analytics API: Detecting Languages

Microsoft has a lot of fascinating APIs available to build intelligent applications with using their Cognitive Services. Among those services is the Text Analytics API. This API offers a wide range of valuable text-based functionality such as sentiment analysis and key phrase extraction. With these useful APIs available, what could be a better means of…

New Kids on the Blockchain

In this webinar, we will help you, the “new kid,” understand blockchain technology, and then get you ready to start applying it to real-world scenarios.

Using FontAwesome 5 in Xamarin Forms

There are several examples of using custom fonts in your Xamarin floating around the internet.  But like time, technology marches on and some recent changes have made it a bit more difficult so I thought I’d take a few minutes to show you how to integrate the latest FontAwesome fonts into Xamarin Forms 2.5. FontAwesome…

Developing a Routine for Performing Data Analysis with Pandas Webinar

Although there is no universally accepted approach to beginning a data analysis effort, it is typically a good idea to develop a formal process for yourself when first examining a dataset. This routine can manifest itself as a dynamic checklist of tasks that evolves as your data exploration skills progress. Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA) is…

Implement a CAPTCHA with Azure Functions

CAPTCHA’s are those things that site administrators love because they stop comment and form spam but user hate because they are impossible to read. Regardless though, they have become a mainstay in Internet usage, particularly on websites that allow for unauthenticated feedback. CAPTCHA’s are intended to prevent automated responses from computers by generating a test that…

Developing a Routine for Performing Data Analysis with Pandas

In this webinar, we’ll systematically undertake a routine to explore a real-world messy dataset. We will use the Pandas Python library to transform, clean, and analyze our data as well as the Seaborn library to create beautiful visualizations. By the end of the demonstration, you will have a detailed checklist of tasks that you can…

Host a Website with Azure Functions and Node.JS, Part 2 — Logging

In part 1 of this series, we looked at how you could use Azure Functions to host a static website. The function basically served up static files it read off the file system and delivered them as HTTP responses. Websites though are not complete without logging! Logging is already supported in functions when one calls…

Beginning Statistics for Data Science: Analyzing Data

In our last post we discussed different types your data can have. Now let’s focus on how to analyze on those types of data. Python code will be used to demonstrate a few of these concepts. To get things start in regards to the Python code, let’s go ahead and import our packages and review…

Let’s Build Something with MongoDB & Python

MongoDB is the most wanted database technology of 2017. Python is the fastest-growing major programming language. These two tech titans combine in this webcast to build something useful and interesting. We’ll build a simple, data-driven application in Python based on MongoDB live throughout the event. Here is the link to Wintellect’s GitHub to find the…

Host a Website with Azure Functions and Node.JS, Part 1

Azure Functions are Microsoft’s answer to “serverless” computing. Functions enable applications developers to write event-driven code (ie. “functions”) than can be triggered by timers, manual integration, HTTP requests, service buses, message queues and many other integration points. These functions can be written in a number of different languages including C#, NodeJS (which this example uses),…

Getting Started with Kubernetes Webinar

In this intro to Kubernetes webinar, we’ll give you a primer on Kubernetes and show you how to get started using Kubernetes for container orchestration. We’ll talk about the pieces of Kubernetes, show you how they work together, and finally show you how you can get your containers running on Kubernetes locally and in a…