Open Source experts will be gathering in Lisbon

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Just one day left for the Microsoft Open Source Camp, the first event open source development conference held at Microsoft Portugal offices in Lisbon, with more than 25 sessions divided by 5 different session tracks, on topics such as ElasticSearch, Linux, Bots, Docker, Blockchain, React, .NET Core, Kubernetes, Serverless and much more.

Yes, you are reading correctly, it may be difficult for some of you to believe it, but it is a reality. Microsoft embraced Open Source so much that they are one of the largest corporate contributors to open source software on GitHub.

And once again, it is with great pleasure that we announce that Pedro Sousa and Rui Quintino are confirmed as event speakers. Pretty awesome, isn’t it?

Octopus Deploy & Docker

In this session, Pedro Sousa will talk about Octopus Deploy as a Continuous Deployment component on your Microsoft and Open Source infrastructure. Explaining the benefits of separating responsibilities between the Build process and the Release process. And the necessary requirements for an implementation of Octopus Server and his Tentacles (Agents), how to compose steps and examples how to integrate with container environments like Docker.

Open source deep-learning with Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit (CNTK) & LightGBM

In this session, Rui Quintino will introduce to you the Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit, a free, easy-to-use, open-source deep-learning framework for neural networks to model, train & use popular neural networks architectures for a large range of machine learning scenarios. You will be able to see how to start with custom image classification & computer vision scenarios using CNTK, running on CPU and GPUs, together with LightGBM (Microsoft open source gradient boosting framework).

If you want to know more information about the event or to register go to Open Source Camp event website.

Collaboration is GOLD

Devscope's MPN Certifications

Devscope’s MPN Certifications

DevScope received from Microsoft the recognition as a reference partner in implementing Collaboration and Content solutions. The “GOLD” level is the highest rank in the Microsoft Partner Program. This award consolidates the position of DevScope as an implementation partner and a supplier of SharePoint solutions, with recognized expertise and proven results.

The current Microsoft competence model, recognizably the most demanding and better adjusted to the different areas of technological competence, also brings additional advantages to the supplier’s selection process, by means of better competence differentiation in each specialization skill.

Again we need to sincerely thank our clients for their permanent and demanding challenges, which are a key factor in our motivation and continuous evolution.

DevScope chosen by Hospital de São João E.P.E. for the implementation of advanced Business Intelligence Solution

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Hospital São João

Hospital de S. João considered the best hospital in Portugal and one of the best in the Iberian Peninsula*, identified the need for a platform that integrates information from its network of heterogeneous information systems, which simultaneously represents a scalable data source, credible, available and accessible to service frameworks for analysis and decision-making institution. In this context, has launched a consultation with the main suppliers of solutions in this area with the choice fallen by DevScope SA.

* www.hsjoao.min-saude.pt

Sandro Pereira attended the MVP Global Summit

Sandro Pereira MVP Global Summit

Sandro Pereira attended the MVP Global Summit in Seattle, WA where nearly 1.500 MVP’s from all across the world representing some 90 different countries got together and had the opportunity to get connected and build relationships with Microsoft people.

This multi-day event, exclusive for MVPs and Regional Directors (RDs), was an opportunity to meet many of the guys behind the products we all use everyday.

The MVP Global Summit took place in Bellevue and at Microsoft headquarters, in Redmond, Washington from February 28 – March 2.