What’s new in Microsoft Azure’s NLP AI services

If you want to begin using machine learning in your applications, Microsoft offers several different ways to jumpstart development. One key technology, Microsoft’s Azure Cognitive Services, offers a set of managed machine learning services with pretrained models and REST API endpoints. These models offer most of the common use cases, from working with text and … Read more

Microsoft Azure eases Kubernetes development with a new Draft

Cloud-native development isn’t as easy as it could be. Platforms such as Kubernetes simplify the process of running a scalable set of services, but you still need to create the application you’re running in the cloud. It’s not a matter of putting your code in a container and writing some configuration YAML; You need much … Read more

Draft 2: Microsoft kickstarts Kubernetes development for AKS

Cloud-native development isn’t as easy as it could be. Platforms such as Kubernetes simplify the process of running a scalable set of services, but you still need to create the application you’re running in the cloud. It’s not a matter of putting your code in a container and writing some configuration YAML; You need much … Read more

pip install python-pkcs11 Error: Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0 or greater is required

So, I know this question is asked quite a lot in here, but I executed the pip install python-pkcs11 and pip threw this error error: Microsoft Visual C++ 14.0 or greater is required. Get it with “Microsoft C++ Build Tools”: https://visualstudio.microsoft.com/visual-cpp-build-tools/ And even though I’ve tried almost every single solution in here, here, here and … Read more

Microsoft Build 2022 was actually pretty exciting for Windows fans

Microsoft just wrapped up its Build 2022 developer conference, and frankly, it was pretty good, even if you’re a Windows fan. I’m usually pretty vocal in my criticism of Build – along with other Microsoft conferences – and the continuing lack of focus on the company’s desktop OS. But as is the case any time … Read more

Microsoft releases Windows 11 build 22000.708 with a ton of fixes

Today is the first day of Microsoft’s Build 2022 developer conference, but that doesn’t mean all of the firm’s news is coming out of the show. The firm is also releasing this month’s D week update for Windows 11, the optional update that includes most of what we’ll see next month on Patch Tuesday. If … Read more

microsoft graph api – Online Meetings GET calls do not contain all data anymore

We have been using the graph API /onlineMeetings get calls to retrieve the meeting data successfully for the past few months. Unfortunately, since about two days, we now get incomplete information anymore. For example, the call to: GET https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/users/b7217c01-be30-4711-8ee9-0fb83511e451/onlineMeetings/MSpiNzIxN2MwMS1iZTMwLTQ3MTEtOGVlOS0wZmI4MzUxMWU0NTEqMTY1MjM3NzcxMDQ5MyoqMTk6RXlaQU1GNS02YmlCa1FwWnNLOXJWUzhYeHl5eDZOc3VHRVVTSnR6N3BYSTFAdGhyZWFkLnRhY3Yy used to return a meeting object filled with the subject, end time and other information. Now … Read more

Microsoft splits Dev and Beta channels with two new Windows 11 builds

Microsoft has been promising to do this for a couple of weeks now, but moving forward, the Dev and Beta channels of the Windows Insider Program are going to get different builds. Today, the Redmond firm released Windows 11 build 25115 to the Dev channel and build 22621 to the Beta channel. Why it matters … Read more

Unknown assertion

April 12th, 2022, 12:40 PM #1 Unknown assertion Helloi’ve compiled the following app: main.cpp: Code: #include <afxwin.h> #include “resource.h” class C_MyApp : public CWinApp { … Read more