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Daniel Costea

Daniel Costea
Trainer. Developer. Speaker. Microsoft MVP. These are the ingredients that make Daniel loves his job. In the last 5 years, Daniel delivered 1200+ hrs of training on .NET web technologies for more than 600 students. In the last 3 years, he was a speaker on .NET technologies at 20+ IT conferences in Romania, Europe, and the USA. Excited about their great potential, Daniel expands the learning focus towards the new kids on the block, Internet of Things and Machine Learning. Daniel strongly believes in the power of the community and he’s the co-organizing ApexVox, a free .NET conference for developers in Romania.

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…with Microsoft ML.NET – part 3

Machine Learning 101: Part 3

To conclude what we have covered so far, it’s clear that when building a model, the trainer selection is not the most difficult part. AutoML is able to suggest a list with the best models, grace to the evaluation metrics which accompany every model.

… with Microsoft ML.NET – Part 2

Machine Learning 101: Part 2

The purpose of this series of articles is to provide a complete guide (from data to predictions) to machine learning, for .NET developers in a .NET ecosystem, that is now possible using Microsoft ML.NET and Jupyter Notebooks. Even more, you don’t have to be a data scientist to do machine learning.

…with Microsoft ML.NET – Part 1

Machine Learning 101: Part 1

The purpose of this series of articles is to provide a complete guide (from data to predictions) to machine learning, for .NET developers in a .NET ecosystem, and that is possible now using Microsoft ML.NET and Jupyter Notebooks. Even more, you don’t have to be a data scientist to do machine learning.