Month: March 2017

Easy way to allow customers to deploy web apps to Azure without going through Azure Marketplace

Minhaz

Minhaz

Software Engineer II at Microsoft
I work as Software Engineer for Microsoft Azure Production & Infrastructure Engineering team. My day to day work revolve much around distributed systems and machine learning. I am excited to explore areas like Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Bases and see if they can help solve bunch of problems yet to be commercially solved.
Minhaz
Problem statement is: You have a .net web app (which can be self hosted) and you want to provide it to customers so that they can deploy their instances on Microsoft Azure, without shipping source code to them. Also this has to be very easy for customers to do so. There is a Stackoverflow question

Experiment : Supervised learning model to classify a Github Issue as enhancement or bug based purely on issue title

Minhaz

Minhaz

Software Engineer II at Microsoft
I work as Software Engineer for Microsoft Azure Production & Infrastructure Engineering team. My day to day work revolve much around distributed systems and machine learning. I am excited to explore areas like Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Bases and see if they can help solve bunch of problems yet to be commercially solved.
Minhaz
Quick Summary: I Mined more that 1,00,000 Issue data from Github open source repositories. Mined data included { issue title Рstring}, {issue description Рparagraph } and {labels Рdiscrete strings}. Most of them were enhancement or bug. So started with a simple classifier which classifies an issue as Enhancement or Bug based on issue title.