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Your weekly dose of 5 Highlights Thursday is here, a list of information and links that you may find helpful in your Azure journey. Feel free to forward this along to anyone who you think may enjoy such sharing.

1.Mr. Maedas Cozy AI Kitchen: Designing Trust with Sarah Gold

Sarah Gold, Founder and CEO of Projects by IF, is the guest in the Cozy AI Kitchen this week. Together with John Maeda, they discuss the meaning of ‘trust’ and ‘trustworthy’ in an AI world.

2. Build a recommender Full stack App using OpenAI and Azure SQL: Step-by-Step Guide

Check out this step-by-step guide for creating an intelligent web app with #AzureOpenAI Service. This blog post shows you how to create a recommender full stack app with OpenAI and #AzureSQL.

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3. How to Convert Audio to .WAV for Speech Service Using MoviePy

Azure Speech Service requires audio files to adhere to specific standards. Find out how to use MoviePy to easily convert your audio files to make them compatible with #Azure Speech Service.


4. Build a production RAG using Azure AI Studio & Prompt Flow

Learn how to build a production-level RAG app for a customer support agent – and integrate it with your web-based product catalog. Streamline your end-to-end app development from prompt engineering to LLMOps with prompt flow in #Azure #AI Studio.


5. MVP TechBytes – Message Brokers for Microservices Communication with Mukhammadkarim Tukhtaboev

Join me and Mukhammadkarim Tukhtaboev‘s discussion on microservices and message brokers in this MVP TechBytes episode. Learn about improving application performance, choosing communication methods, comparing Kafka and RabbitMQ, and setting up RabbitMQ in a.NET app with a live demo. Enhance your software development skills now. 🚀

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