Microsoft Connect(); 2018
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Microsoft announces the Open Neural Network Exchange (ONNX) Runtime—a high-performance inference engine for machine learning models—for open source.
Microsoft announces general availability of Azure Database for MariaDB, featuring an enterprise-ready, fully managed MariaDB Community, open-source compatibility, and more.
Microsoft releases three popular Windows UX frameworks for open source: Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Forms, and WinUI XAML Library.
Azure Machine Learning is now generally available to build, train, and deploy models from the cloud to the edge.
Visual Studio 2019 Preview for PC and Mac is now available. It includes many productivity improvements, enhanced collaboration, and a refined user experience.
.NET Core 3.0 Preview 1 is now available. It provides significant updates to AI, cloud, IoT, machine learning, web, and Windows desktop workloads.
Python development preview is now available on Azure Functions. It enables machine learning and automation workloads using a serverless architecture.
The Azure API Management Consumption tier preview—offering serverless API gateway functionality with instant provisioning, automated scaling, and more—is now available.
Microsoft donates the Virtual Kubelet project to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation to help developers extend Kubernetes APIs with other services.
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