I’m working on an Xamarin.Android app at the moment – for this app, I need to detect what Bluetooth devices are available to my Android phone (so the user can choose which one to pair with).
For modern versions of Android, it’s not as simple as just using a BroadcastReceiver (although that is part of the solution). In this post I’ll write about the steps needed to successfully use the Bluetooth hardware on your Android phone with .NET.
It turns out Custom Vision retained all the pictures I uploaded in the cause of testing. So every time I used my HoloLens and asked Custom Vision to locate toy aircraft, it stored that in the cloud with it's prediction. And the fun thing is, you can use those pictures to actually improve your model again.
After some playing around with my model my (for the previous blog post about this subject) , I clicked the prediction tab, and I found about 30 pictures - each for every time I used the model from my HoloLens. I could use those to improve my model. After that, I did some more testing using the HoloLens to show you how it's done. So, I clicked the Predictions tab and there were a couple of more pictures:
Damian catches up with fellow Cloud Advocate Jay Gordon at Microsoft Ignite | The Tour in Berlin. Containers are still new for a lot of people and with the huge list of buzzwords, it's hard to know where to get started. Jay shows how easy it is to get started running your first container in Azure, right from scratch.
I started using ASP.NET Core back when it was still called ASP.NET 5 and it was still in beta. In those early days every release introduced a sea change. The beta’s were not beta’s at all but more like alpha quality bits. I spent more time than I’d like just updating things to the latest version with each release.