The TechNet Pod is a monthly podcast that rounds up everything that’s been happening on Microsoft UK’s technical channels, including TechNet UK, @MSDevUK and @TechNetUK. This month, we talk bots and AI in our interview with Martin Beeby.
Martin Beeby shows us how to create a Q&A bot which can later be added to various chat programs. If you want to know more about AI, check out the Introducing AI show on Channel 9 at 12:30 today!
Last month, we hosted a three-day long, MVP-led TechDays Online. All 18 sessions are available to be viewed on-demand via Channel 9, so don’t miss out on topics including bots, Linux on Azure, Xamarin, Quantum Computing, IoT and more!
Say hello to the TechNet Pod! Our new monthly podcast will roundup everything that’s been happening on Microsoft UK’s technical channels, including TechNet UK, @MSDevUK and @TechNetUK.
James Mann takes a look at Dialogs using the Microsoft Bot Framework, as a sneak peek of his session at Tech Days Online at the end of February!
The day has come: real-time text communication invaded our lives in a way to the point where people prefer chatting via various messengers instead of phone calling (not to mention fact-to-face talks). Texting became so inevitable and widely used that it even rises safety concern reverberated in preventive Stop Texting signs along the roads.
In a new style of article the International Airline Group’s digital team team joined up with Microsoft to build a prototype bot for the IAG’s frequently asked questions. The Bot needed to be able to answer the questions in the most seamless way possible, so how did they do it?
How we interact with the world around us is changing. Bots are on the rise and it won’t be long until they’re helping you book a hotel or order a t-shirt. Gavin Payne explains more.
Microsoft Technical Evangelist Marcus Robinson outlines the key themes of interest to IT Pros from Build 2016’s day one Keynote – including Windows 10’s Anniversary Update and the Bot Framework.