Recently I started working on another side IoT Project. As part of that I needed to identify the Vendor / Manufacturer of networking equipment. As you are probably aware each network device has a unique MAC Address. A MAC Address looks like this 60:5b:b4:f9:63:05. … keep reading
In April this year, Microsoft announced Azure Sphere. This was the same week as I’d be preparing for a presentation I was giving on Azure IoT at the Sydney location for the Global Azure Bootcamp. When pre-orders became available from Seeed Studio I naturally signed up as I’ve previously bought many IoT related pieces of hardware from Seeed Studio.… keep reading
Tonight (29 August 2018) I presented the following presentation on using Azure Cognitive Services to Empower the IT Service/build Business Applications to the Sydney Azure User Group.
I walked through how to leverage the following Azure Cognitive API Services;
- Speech to Text
- Text to Speech
- Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS)
- Text Language Translation
For each I show a working example and demo.… keep reading
Recently I’ve been building an IoT Project that leverages Azure Cognitive Services. A couple of the services I needed to use were for converting Text to Speech and Speech to Text. The guides were pretty good from Microsoft, but not obvious for use with native PowerShell.… keep reading
I’ve been experimenting and messing around with IoT devices for well over 10 years. Back then it wasn’t called IoT, and it was very much a build it and write it yourself approach.
Fast forward to 2017 and you can buy a microprocessor for a couple of dollars that includes WiFi. … keep reading
Hackathons are something I’ve been an onlooker of for a number of years, but not something I ever thought I would be a part of. Historically because they were typically run over a few days and were more developer focussed.
However more recently I’ve noticed an increasing number of online hackathons that are run over 2-3 months.… keep reading
The last three years have been a blur. Over the holiday period I’ve been reflecting on my professional experiences over the last few years whilst also considering the future of identity and access management from my perspective as an architect and consultant.… keep reading
This is the third and final post in my series around using your voice to query/search Microsoft Identity Manager or as I’m now calling it, the Voice Assistant for Microsoft Identity Manager.
The two previous posts in this series detail some of my steps and processes in developing and fleshing out this Voice Assistant for Microsoft Identity Manager concept.… keep reading