Microsoft's RTP Office4825 Creekstone Dr, Durham, NC (map)
What is TRINUG? A user group that brings together .Net developers and technology enthusiasts from around the Triangle of North Carolina. Membership ranges from brand new developers of .Net, to seasoned practitioners. Membership is always free and all are welcome.
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4/23/2014 6:00:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )
The Wall Street Journal mentioned yesterday (3/24/2014) that a research firm tracks Twitter “chatter” to see if the amount and quality of tweets can predict stock movement. The article finished with the comment that this kind of analysis is only for savvy “large” investment firms and hedge funds.
Humbug! Individual investors can also do this too – especially if they know F#!
This session will be a hands-on workshop where we will learn the basics of F# while working on two machine learning techniques. We will build a basic classifier to organize twitter data and then a basic predictor to see if tweets can move stock prices.
This workshop is a hand-on lab so bring a laptop with VS2010+ installed. No prior experience of F# or statistics will be assumed.
4/30/2014 6:00:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )
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5/7/2014 6:00:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )
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5/14/2014 5:30:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )
We’ve all been there. It’s 5:15 and that “quick” meeting is about to become a marathon. Your blind date? About to go nuclear. You need a quick escape and you need it now. If only someone would call!
In this talk, you will learn about the Twilio service and how you can use it to send and receive SMS, MMS and voice calls from your web application. Along the way, we will build a simple WebAPI application that can bail you out of bad situation right when you need it most.
Speaker: Robert Horvick
5:30-6:00 - Welcome/Food
6:00-6:15 - Announcements
6:15-7:45 - Presentation
7:45-8:00 - Give-aways
Thank you to the May Main Meeting sponsor!
5/21/2014 7:00:00 PM ( Add to calendar... )
A Gentle Introduction to In-Memory OLTP in SQL Server 2014 More info coming soon...