Autumn  Blick

Autumn Blick

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Microsoft’s Fluid Framework: An Introduction

This post introduces Microsoft’s Fluid Framework and walks through a sample application to show how it can be integrated into projects.

Microsoft’s Fluid Framework is a new and exciting technology that has recently been open-sourced. Microsoft uses the Fluid Framework in many of its popular apps, including Office 365 and Teams.

The technology’s main use case is enabling collaboration and real-time updates across users. This is different than the classic SignalR technology in that it not only broadcasts real-time updates through WebSockets, but it also maintains those updates in that data through what is called a Distributed Data Structure (DDS).

Now that the Fluid Framework has been open-sourced, the technology can be utilized within client applications both within the Microsoft ecosystem and beyond. Example use cases for the Fluid Framework include:

  • Shared projects (documents, presentations, etc.)
  • Gaming
  • Apps that need to mark presence (show a person is online)
  • Brainstorming and ideation apps like Microsoft Visio or flow chart tools
  • Team collaboration

Fluid’s main goal is to handle the piping and mechanics of real-time updates so that developers can focus on the experience rather than dealing with synchronizing messaging and data. The Fluid Framework provides helper methods and wrappers that enable your applications to have real-time updates.

This post will introduce the Fluid Framework and then walk through a sample application to show how it can be integrated into your projects. For a quick intro to what this technology looks like in action, check out the demo that was shown at Build 2019:

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Mikel  Okuneva

Mikel Okuneva

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Microsoft’s Turing Language Model Can Now Interpret 94 Languages

Recently, the developers at Microsoft detailed the Turing multilingual language model (T-ULRv2) and announced that the AI model has achieved the top rank at the Google XTREME public leaderboard.

The Cross-lingual TRansfer Evaluation of Multilingual Encoders, also known as XTREME benchmark includes 40 typologically diverse languages, which span 12 language families. XTREME also consists of nine tasks that require reasoning about different levels of syntax as well as semantics.

The Turing multilingual language model (T-ULRv2) is created by the Microsoft Turing team in collaboration with Microsoft Research. The model is also known to beat the previous best from Alibaba (VECO) by 3.5 points in average score.


Saurabh Tiwary, Vice President & Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft mentioned that in order to achieve this milestone, the team leveraged StableTune, which is a multilingual fine-tuning technique based on stability training along with the pre-trained model. The other popular language models on the XTREME leaderboard include XLM-R, mBERT, XLM, among others. Ming Zhou, Assistant Managing Director at Microsoft Research Asia, stated in a blog post that the Microsoft Turing team has long believed that language representation should be universal. Also, this kind of approach would allow for the trained model to be fine-tuned in one language and applied to a different one in a zero-shot fashion.

For a few years now, unsupervised pre-trained language modelling has become the backbone of all-natural language processing (NLP) models, with transformer-based models at the heart of all such innovation. According to Zhou, this type of models has the capability to overcome the challenge of requiring labelled data to train the model in every language.

How T-ULRv2 Works

The Turing multilingual language model (T-ULRv2) model is the latest cross-lingual innovation at the tech giant. It incorporates the InfoXLM (Information-Theoretic Framework for Cross-Lingual Language Model Pre-Training),which is a cross-lingual pre-trained model for language understanding and generation to create a universal model that represents 94 languages in the same vector space.

TT-ULRv2 is a transformer architecture with 24 layers and 1,024 hidden states. The architecture also includes a total of 550 million parameters. The pre-training of this model includes three different tasks, which are multilingual masked language modelling (MMLM), translation language modelling (TLM) and cross-lingual contrast (XLCo).


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Autumn  Blick

Autumn Blick

1611027418

Microsoft’s Fluid Framework: An Introduction

This post introduces Microsoft’s Fluid Framework and walks through a sample application to show how it can be integrated into projects.

Microsoft’s Fluid Framework is a new and exciting technology that has recently been open-sourced. Microsoft uses the Fluid Framework in many of its popular apps, including Office 365 and Teams.

The technology’s main use case is enabling collaboration and real-time updates across users. This is different than the classic SignalR technology in that it not only broadcasts real-time updates through WebSockets, but it also maintains those updates in that data through what is called a Distributed Data Structure (DDS).

Now that the Fluid Framework has been open-sourced, the technology can be utilized within client applications both within the Microsoft ecosystem and beyond. Example use cases for the Fluid Framework include:

  • Shared projects (documents, presentations, etc.)
  • Gaming
  • Apps that need to mark presence (show a person is online)
  • Brainstorming and ideation apps like Microsoft Visio or flow chart tools
  • Team collaboration

Fluid’s main goal is to handle the piping and mechanics of real-time updates so that developers can focus on the experience rather than dealing with synchronizing messaging and data. The Fluid Framework provides helper methods and wrappers that enable your applications to have real-time updates.

This post will introduce the Fluid Framework and then walk through a sample application to show how it can be integrated into your projects. For a quick intro to what this technology looks like in action, check out the demo that was shown at Build 2019:

#developer #microsoft

Layne  Fadel

Layne Fadel

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How to become a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador (MLSA)

doesn’t matter if you are a fresher or a final year bachelor’s student or a master’s student, you can apply ! All you need is passion for technology.

By enrolling in Microsoft student ambassadors program (earlier Microsoft student partner), you can -

  1. Upskill yourself by Microsoft courses, get mentored by Microsoft professionals, earn badges and certificates.
  2. Host events, workshops and hackathons at your college, teach people how to code and become a LEADER.
  3. Network with global community.

I got to know about this program last year (2020) in early may and by 12th of may, I completed and submitted my application. I got selection mail on 7th August.

Right now, I am in my final year of engineering.

PERKS

  • Microsoft swags and goodies
  • USD150 monthly Azure credits
  • Office 365, Visual Studio Enterprise, Techsmith Snagit and Camtasia softwares for free.
  • MTC certification exam vouchers and LinkedIn learning free for 6 months.
  • Mentorship and networking with Microsoft professionals.
  • and much more !

Excited ? Apply now !

STEPS TO FOLLOW

  1. Visit their official website, click on ‘Apply Now’ and Sign up.
  2. Application form consists of basic information, written sample, technology skills, resume and a short video introduction.
  3. Make a video explaining your passion for technology and why you want to join the program. Upload it on YouTube (or Google drive).
  4. [My video for reference]
  5. Fill the form and submit.

KEEP IN MIND

  • You can fill the application form throughout the year. New students are accepted into the program quarterly.
  • After submitting, you can edit your application until it goes to the review state by Microsoft. You’ll learn about the deadline date while filling the application form.
  • Do not skip filming the video; it increases your chance of getting selected !

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