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Recurrent neural networks can solve some types of problems that regular feed-forward networks cannot handle.
The open source library RestSharp is designed to make consuming APIs from .NET easy and work across platforms.
SharePoint is versatile, in that developers can interact with its data via other programming languages besides what's in Visual Studio. Here's how AngularJS fits into the development mix.
Command pattern helps to encapsulate a request as an object and lets you parameterize clients with queues, all while supporting undoable operations. I'll explain how to use command pattern using an example in which we create a list in SharePoint with Visual Studio.
Neural network models can be created, saved and reused. Here's how.
The Open Data Protocol allows for creation and consumption of REST APIs. Sam Nasr demonstrates OData 4 in a sample app that demonstrates containment, a new feature for facilitating data access.
It's now easier than ever to create polished Android experiences. Greg Shackles shows how using Google's new Material Design style.
The differences between neural network binary classification and multinomial classification are surprisingly tricky. McCaffrey looks at two approaches to implement neural network binary classification.
Office 365 platforms keep getting better with every update, and now the Office 365 API for Visual Studio provides a great way to interact with Office 365 resources.
Clean up your Razor views with the new tag helpers in ASP.NET MVC 6.
Let's explore mini-batch training, the third among a variety of back-propagation algorithms you can use for training a neural network.
Now that Visual Studio 2015 is upon us, here's a brief overview of the capabilities of the .NET Compiler Platform.
The newest version of C# 6.0 that you'll see in Visual Studio 2015 improves and streamlines the way you'll code for a "mobile first, cloud first" world.
Xamarin Forms makes the hard work of navigation in apps from device to device a much simpler developer proposition. Here's what I've learned so far.
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