Azure AI-900 Exam Study Guide

Last week I passed Microsoft's Azure AI-900 Certification exam and thought it would be helpful to share my experience. This exam is designed to test foundational knowledge of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning workloads and how to implement them in Azure. There are no prerequisites for this exam, but some Azure and general programming experience … Continue reading Azure AI-900 Exam Study Guide

Google Cloud Platform: Going Serverless

In my previous blog post, I discussed setting up your Google Cloud account. In this post, I want to look at the various serverless options available on Google Cloud. Google Cloud provides several different choices for you to build, develop, and deploy your serverless functions and applications. These products allow you focus on development without … Continue reading Google Cloud Platform: Going Serverless

Automate Responses to Azure Security Center Recommendations

Automation in security programs is continuing to become more important. With the increasing number of alerts and threats that organizations are facing on a daily basis, it becomes overwhelming for IT and Security teams to deal with each and every one of them. Automation opportunities in a security program may include notifying stakeholders, launching a … Continue reading Automate Responses to Azure Security Center Recommendations

Passing the Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer Certification Exam

Last week I passed the Python Institute's Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer Certification exam.  The exam is part of Python Institute's certification path for the Python programming language which also includes both associate and professional level certifications.  The exam is comprised of 30 questions and is delivered in a non-proctored online format with a 45 minute … Continue reading Passing the Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer Certification Exam

Detecting Faces in an Image using Azure Cognitive Services

Azure Cognitive Services are a group of cloud-based APIs and SDKs created to help developers build intelligent applications without having specific machine learning or data science skills. Azure Cognitive Services' features are broken down into five main API categories: Vision APISpeech APILanguage APIDecision APISearch API In this blog post we are going to build a … Continue reading Detecting Faces in an Image using Azure Cognitive Services