Azure Weekly Issue 301 – 22nd November 2020

This week, on the Azure blog, Kevin Raines discusses Azure high-performance computing at Supercomputing 2020. Leslie Richardson and Sagar Shetty discuss performance profiling .NET object allocation using the tracking tool. This is an incredibly useful tool for aiding in low-allocation compute (which can provide huge cost savings when ising Azure Functions - for more on that check out this blog!).

Seth Juarez and Rafal Lukawiecki delve into reproducible data science with Machine Learning. Elsewhere, on Ctrl-Alt-Azure, Tobias Zimmergren and Jussi Roine run through the news in Azure for November 2020.

One of my favourite session from the recent dotnetconf was the .NET Interactive team's session "Remote Computer Science with Pi-Top smart rover , .NET interactive Microsoft Bot & Microsoft Teams". If you have 30 minutes spare, I'd highly recommend it - especially if you're trying to get children into STEM. It also shows the power of Microsoft's investments in Cloud, AI, IOT and Developer Tools over the last few years.

And finally, one of our major projects over the summer was to modernise many of our DevOps processes, to reduce the overhead of our ever growing (30+) open source projects. James Dawson continues his series on GitOps in: Does your GitHub Repo need 'Code Operations'?

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