GPUs and TensorFlow on Azure

  My peer in the Bay Area, Christine Matheney (@Matheney), put together a bunch of information around TensorFlow today, and I thought it was relevant to my audience. I’ve been doing a lot of work with CUDA and DirectX on GPUs lately, so it was right down my alley! Christine has chatted with a number of people…


Getting started with Azure GPUs

I love tinkering with GPUs, from my early computer days with a Voodoo 2 and Quake 2 (Ahhhh, the Glide made those games look gorgeous….)   Recently Microsoft announced our Azure VMs with GPUs and their general availability. I figured I’d learn a bit more about them, and share the useful videos with you. Introduction…


Technical Community Content / Presentations

Link to the GitHub Repository  This repo includes technical content optimized for the use within Community Events about Microsoft Azure and other Microsoft technologies, and is available to anyone who wants to use it under the MIT License. The contents of this Repo have been produced by and for Technical Community Groups who are interested…


Microsoft Reactors—in a league of their own

I was part of the launch team behind Microsoft’s Reactor in Philadelphia back in November. Recently, our public sector (government) team had an opportunity to write about our three spaces across the United States, including San Francisco, New York, and Philadelphia. You can find that article here. ———————– @DaveVoyles Subscribe to my startup, tech, and…


What is a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft?

  I get asked this question all of the time, so I thought it was appropriate to explain exactly what this job is about and why I enjoy it so much.     What is a Tech Evangelist? from David Voyles ———————– @DaveVoyles Subscribe to my startup, tech, and game dev newsletter