Hands-On Lab: Synapse Analytics & AI
Tuesday, June 8th, 2021: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM

In this hands-on-lab, you will build an end-to-end data analytics with machine learning solution using Azure Synapse Analytics. The information will be presented in the context of a retail scenario. We will be heavily leveraging Azure Synapse Studio, a tool that conveniently unifies the most common data operations from ingestion, transformation, querying, and visualization.

Hosted by Barka Herman

Get Started With Azure Synapse Analytics with Adriano da Silva
Wednesday, June 9th, 2021: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

The "Get Started With Azure Synapse Analytics" presentation covers all of the key elements necessary for you to get started with an Azure Synapse Analytics project within minutes along with step by step demonstrations. This is a dynamic session where will not only cover key concepts and fundamentals, but it will spend most of its time on demonstrating an array of capabilities; including, how to access and use Open Datasets to perform Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA). You will also learn how to analyze and visualize files in Azure Data Lake Storage Gen 2 with pySpark and Spark SQL.

Hosted by Adriano and Deepthi Goguri From Microsoft Data and AI South Florida User Group

RPA Process Discovery with UiPath Task Mining
Wednesday, June 9th, 2021: 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM

Come join us for another virtual meetup, hopefully we can have the next one in person soon!

An integrated task mining, process mining, and robotic process automation (RPA) strategy is key to not only rebuilding business processes and identifying great process automation candidates.

  • Learn about the powerful combination of Task Mining and Process Mining
  • Discover how the products use a holistic approach to improve operational efficiency and keep processes on track
  • Learn how you can use Task Mining to stay agile in highly competitive environments

Hosted by Kishore Pardasani and Cortney Dominguez From Robotic Process Automation RPA Meetup South Florida


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