Entries by patryk.borowa

What’s what in TensorFlow 2.0 – Part Deux

Welcome to part 2 of my “What’s what in TensorFlow 2.0” series. If you have not already, I encourage you to read part one first. In the previous article, we went through a couple of major changes that made TensorFlow 2.0 a revolution rather than evolution. In this article, we will continue with the remaining […]

What’s what in TensorFlow 2.0

I think everyone can agree the new TensorFlow 2.0 is a revolution rather than evolution. It has greatly simplified almost every aspect of the clunky TF1. And while the TensorFlow programmers made it easier to transition to the new Framework by creating the TF2 Upgrade Script, they have undeniably complicated things a bit for newcomers. […]

Building Jarvis – NLP Hot Word Detection

Have you ever wished you had your own Jarvis? An Artificial Intelligence system tending to your every need. Solving complex tasks for you and pouring coffee whenever you need it? As stated by Mr Stark himself, Jarvis started as a small Neural Language Processing network. While we are not S.T.A.R.K. Industries we could still start […]

The Art of Fake – Nvidia GAN Networks

In recent years we heard a lot about A.I. taking our jobs or at least driving us to our current jobs. While the debate is still open, I think most of us would agree that some professions are more endangered than others, grocery store cashiers, for example, are in the high-risk group due to increasing […]

Serverless Architecture in Azure

In this article, I would like to talk about serverless architecture in the scope of Microsoft Azure components. I assume that you have a basic understanding of what problems serverless is trying to solve. And what issues and complexities it introduces. If not, I would recommend reading my previous article.   The current Azure ecosystem […]

ASP.NET Mixed Authentication (ADFS and WindowsIntegrated)

In this article I will show you how to solve a problem I’ve recently stumbled upon. To my disbelief – there was no ready solution on Stack Overflow! The problem I’m talking about is having 2 authentication modules serving your authentication needs at the same time. I will also tell you a little bit on […]

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