Technologies of Today

State of .NET and Important Software Architectures

The Lecture covered below details.

  • Overview of .NET 5 and .NET 6
  • Visual Studio 2022
    • 2 Live demonstrations covering Hot Reload & Visual Studio AI IntelliCode
  • Unified Platform- Windows, Web, Native, Cloud, Gaming, IoT, ML… list goes on
  • Web Development (Blazor, APIs,…)
  • Desktop Development (WinForms, WPF, MAUI, Blazor, Windows App SDK,…)
  • Some things for future- Web Services & REST API, MVC, GitHub, Dockers, Asynchronous Programming

Lecture was taken on 10 July, 2021; 13:00 hrs;

Download Lecture PPT of State of .Net- 5 & 6

Download PPT of Intro of Windows 11 & Important Software Architecture

Machine Learning Automation using Microsoft Lobe

Automated machine learning is the process of automating the tasks of applying machine learning to real-world problems. AutoML covers the complete pipeline from the raw dataset to the deployable machine learning model. Aim of AutoML is to make machine learning accessible to everyone- even non-coders.

Microsoft Lobe is an extremely useful AutoML software which make implementing Machine Learning easy and simple. Further the code can be exported to many languages including C#, Python, Java & Node.js. A practical demonstration on developing a machine learning model using Lobe, and running it on C# was taken.

Website of Microsoft Lobe

Playright- a powerful tool for website automation

Web scrapping, web crawling, & web mining are one of the most important data collection & generation tools. They are widely being used in the industry. The lecture covered the basics of automating the process of web data collection using playwright.

Playwright enables reliable end-to-end testing for modern web apps. Best part is that playwright code can be exported to many languages including C#, Python, Java & Node.js. A practical demonstration on automating web scrapping using playwright and using it on C# was taken.

Website of Playwright

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