I will be delivering a session on Microsoft SQL Server 2016 R Services and introduction to R Language on Saturday 16th September 2017 at Infopark, Kochi.
Learn how to architect distributed cloud applications with the correct developer mindset using the right technologies and the best cloud patterns. This technology-agnostic course begins by explaining the benefits of distributed cloud applications with an emphasis on maintaining high-availability and scalability in a cost-effective way, while also dealing with inevitable hardware and software failures.
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17 Ultimate Data Science Projects To Boost Your Knowledge and Skills
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It provides prescriptive guidance including the following topics:
You can register for the event here http://k-mug.net/register. Here goes the flyer I designed for this event:
Sending a mail using Office365 is no big deal. It is just similar to how you send a mail via any SMTP server. But you will have to mind the SMTP host, port number and remember to enable SSL in the code. Here goes the code snippet:
using (MailMessage message = new MailMessage())
message.From = new MailAddress("praveen@YourO365Domain.com");
message.Subject = "test mail";
message.Body = "<h1>test</h1>";
message.IsBodyHtml = true;
SmtpClient client = new SmtpClient("outlook.office365.com", 587);
client.Credentials = new NetworkCredential("praveen@YourO365Domain.com", "passwordhere");
client.EnableSsl = true;
Here it goes… It is always a joy organizing events. Speakers, thank you for accepting my request on speaking engagements.
Date & Venue:
19, August 2017 at Orion India Systems, Kochi Infopark
K-MUG Tech Day – August 2017 – Agenda
1. Implementing bots in real life projects – by Alok R
2. Golang for Beginners by Alvin Zachariah
3. Diagramming the Architecture by Praveen Nair
< Lunch break>
4. Introduction to Machine Learning on Azure by Albin Jacob
5. Kick start ASP.NET Core 2.0 by Anuraj P
6. Increasing Productivity with VS 2017 – by Amal Dev
I am blogging since 2001, and got a permanent home ninethsense.com by 2004. So it is nearly two decades now. But due to poor quality hosting and I was not rich enough to afford the high costs that time, my site crashed N number of times. I was able to restore my site from backups most of the time. But recently, again after a major server crash, I realized that most of the posts became obsolete now as most of my blogging was about technology, so there is no point in keeping those junk.
Now I am on a new hosting plan, seems stable, but with a fresh start. Let me begin (not resume) a new journey. Thank you for the support by reading my blogs.