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Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 - BOCA RATON
Sat, April 22, 2017, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM EDT
Join us for a day of cloud computing awesomeness, learning about Microsoft Azure cloud services. You will learn about IaaS and PaaS in Azure with our amazing speakers, including Adnan Cartwright, Shan Thayyullathil, Jason Milgram and William Hahn.
Here is the agenda for the event:
9:00AM - 9:30AM - Introductions & Research in the Cloud (Room 303) - ALL
9:50AM - 4PM - IaaS Track - Room 303
ARM Resources, Azure AD, Multifactor Auth, VNet, Operations Mgmt…
9:50AM - 4PM - PaaS Track - Room 108
Azure Functions, Service Fabric, IoT and Azure, Enterprise Mobility, Azure SQL Database
4:00PM - Event Closure and Raffles
This year we will host this event with MPCR at FAU. Go to the behavioral sciences building, and join us in room 303. To find this event on a map, follow this link: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Behavioral+Sciences,+Boca+Raton,+FLemail@example.com,-80.1042048,17.5z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x88d91e1c91d1361f:0x716ad928053494a8!8m2!3d26.3729989!4d-80.1028558
You can park near the building anywhere in LOT 4. Parking at FAU will be free for us on that lot; if you park anywhere else you may receive a ticket!
This is the first year we host this event at FAU; we currently have no lunch plans available. While we plan in providing coffee in the morning, you may need to bring your own lunch or leave campus to get lunch nearby. There are many restaurants on Glades near FAU. There are restaurants inside FAU as well.
In addition to FAU, this event is also sponsored by Enzo Unified: www.enzounified.com.
The Machine Perception and Cognitive Robotics Laboratory (MPCR) is a research and education facility located within Florida Atlantic University. The MPCR Lab is a student-driven community of creative scientists, programmers, and engineers working to build bridges between disciplines and develop novel hardware and software environments that allow the exploration of the intersections of data science, brain science, computation, robotics, and automation.
The core mission of MPCR is to engage students from multiple disciplines and academic levels in research using Deep Learning, a form of machine intelligence inspired by the brain. Like the brain, deep learning is remarkable in its effectiveness and flexibility across many varied applications, and it is already revolutionizing many fields of engineering and science. MPCR’s state-of-the art research teams study multiple fronts including autonomous vehicles, medical imaging diagnostics, 3D cameras, and virtual reality.