MVP’s Favorite Content: Microsoft AI, SQL, Power Platform
Published May 17 2024 08:00 AM 1,574 Views
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In this blog series dedicated to Microsoft's technical articles, we'll highlight our MVPs' favorite article along with their personal insights.

 

Erik David Johnson, AI MVP, Denmark

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Empowering responsible AI practices | Microsoft AI

“Featuring a playbook on responsible AI, this resource offers insightful articles on security, ethics, and more. Grounded in Microsoft's six principles for the responsible development of AI solutions, it provides a practical perspective based on core values, making it an excellent tool for enhancing your understanding of responsible AI.”

 

Komes Chandavimol, AI MVP, Thailand

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18 Lessons, Get Started Building with Generative AI

“Generative AI for Beginner, I would recommend these lessons for those who are seriously interested in studying Generative AI but don't know where to start. I have introduced this to my students in class and see great feedback on the result. In addition, I have changed my role to be the coach to my student who provide not only the guidelines, but the small group clinic for them to ask any questions for this content”

(In Thai, สำหรับผู้ที่สนใจศึกษาเรื่อง Generative AI อย่างจริงจัง แต่ไม่รู้จะเริ่มที่ไหน ขออนุญาติแนะนำบทเรียนดีๆจาก microsoft ครับ เริ่มตั้งแต่พื้นฐาน ถีงสร้าง Gen AI Solution เบื้องต้นได้)

 

Sergio Govoni, Data Platform MVP, Italy

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General availability: Elastic Jobs in Azure SQL Database - Microsoft Community Hub

“Database maintenance is an important factor also for Azure SQL and Elastic Jobs is the most complete solution for automation of scheduled activities to be performed on Azure SQL databases. We are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of Elastic Jobs for Azure SQL Databases! In the previous article Automating Azure SQL Database maintenance tasks (2° part), we described the initial implementation (preview) of Azure Elastic Job Agents, through which it's possible to create and schedule processes on one or more Azure SQL databases to execute queries or maintenance tasks. In this article, I will focus on describing the major changes (compared to the previous post) in terms of configuration and security of connections to the target databases.”

*Relevant Blog:

- English: Automation of maintenance activities in Azure SQL Database (3° Part) | by Sergio Govoni | CodeX | Ma...

- Italian: Automazione delle attività di manutenzione in Azure SQL Database (3 Parte) – UGISS

 

George Chysovalantis Grammatikos, Microsoft Azure MVP, Greece

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Power Platform on Microsoft Learn | Microsoft Learn

“I highly recommend the MS Power Platform training as well. The content here is valuable on services like Power Automate, Power Apps, Power BI, etc., allowing individuals to develop personalized applications, streamline processes, and analyze information with ease."

*Relevant Activities/Resources:

- cloudopszone.com

- What is Power Apps? | Microsoft Power Apps

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