Blog posts tagged with: SQLAzure
CourtingCatastrophe.com: a new service to help lawyers and others report problems at criminal justice venues
I follow various barristers, solicitors and police accounts on Twitter and have been aware for some time that the criminal justice system in the UK has been subjected to underfunding for many years. At times, I'm told that working conditions are unsanitary or even unsafe. I have set up a ...
by Patrick Lee on 07 Oct 2020 in categories actuarial tech with tags Blazor Telerik ASP.NET Core Azure AzureFunctions AzureQueues SQLAzure Azure Data Factory React WPF cashflow projection LUIS natural language processing NoSQL crime
This shows an embedded slideshow from my Smugmug site of my work on various software projects.
I was very pleased to complete this program (a series of 10 courses) in April 2019, working in my spare time. Overview The 10 courses were: Microsoft Professional Orientation: Big Data (completed Oct 2017) Analyse and Visualize Data (completed on the Data Science program in July 2017) Work with NoSQL ...
I wrote this exactly a year ago - since then I have completed the Microsoft Professional Program for Big Data, again working in my spare time. I am delighted to have now completed the Microsoft Professional Program for Data Science. It has been 10 online courses (taking a total of ...
Below is a slideshow of some of my software work. To see each individual picture in more detail, go to https://patrickjlee.smugmug.com/Software-engineering-portfolio/ .
Below is a slideshow of my software certifications. To see each individual certification in more detail, go to https://patrickjlee.smugmug.com/Technology/Certifications/ .
Using different Microsoft cloud techniques to perform a financial valuation of large numbers (100,000 or even several million) of UK defined benefit pension plan members via cashflow projections as quickly as possible, but without incurring unnecessary cost.