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Cloud Advocate Content Highlights (Week of 11/22)

Microsoft's Cloud Advocates help every technologist, from those in enterprises or startups, to succeed and do what they love: write, code, and learn. They engage developers and others in the software ecosystem to further technical education and proficiency within the Microsoft Cloud + AI platform. Cloud Advocates meet with developers around the world through talks, demos, and engagement in technical communities. Please check out the latest Cloud Advoacy content highlights below for the week of 11/22:



Cloud Advocate 


Topics & Technologies 

Automated and Interpretable Machine Learning

Francesca Lazzeri (Twitter: @frlazzeri)

In this post, Francesca Lazzeri will explain how you can combine automated machine learning and model interpretability to accelerate AI while still making sure that models are highly interpretable, minimizing model risk and making it easy for any enterprise to comply with regulations and best practices.

Azure Machine Learning, AI/ML

Run Azure Cloud Shell in Windows Admin Center

Thomas Maurer (Twitter: @Thomas_Maurer)

We are able to use Cloud Shell directly from the Azure portal, shell.azure.com, in Visual Studio Code, in the new Windows Terminal or even in the Azure mobile app. Now with the new solution/extension, administrators can also run Cloud Shell directly within Windows Admin Center (WAC).
In this article you learn how to run Azure Cloud Shell in Windows Admin Center.

Azure PowerShell, Azure CLI, Windows Admin Center, Azure Mobile Apps, Bash, Windows Terminal, Azure File Sync, Windows Server

Selecting one from Cosmos DB

Burke Holland (Twitter: @burkeholland)

A JavaScript blog on various ways to get a single item from a Cosmos DB response and more

JavaScript, Azure Cosmos DB, Databases

Tutorial: Using Azure Event Hubs and Blob Storage with the Dapr framework

Abhishek Gupta (Twitter: @abhi_tweeter)

This blog post will showcase how to stitch together multiple Dapr bindings. Although this applies to any supported binding, the example will combine Azure Event Hubs and Azure Blob Storage, where they will be used as Input and Output bindings respectively.

Azure Event Hubs, Azure Blob Storage

ASP.NET Core 3.0 development using Visual Studio for Mac

Cecil Phillip (Twitter: @cecil_phillip)

In this episode we are joined by Sayed Hashimi who sits with Christos to show us some of the tooling available for ASP.NET Developers in Visual Studio For Mac.

Visual Studio, ASP. NET Core,