Real-world Microsoft 365 Solutions for Non-Profits

Becky Bertram, the owner of Savvy Technical Solutions, will walk through real-world examples of solutions she has built for non-profits, which utilize Microsoft 365 and the Power Platform to maximize their impact.

Expand Your Impact with Microsoft 365 Copilot

In this session, we will discuss the capabilities of Microsoft’s new AI companion, called Microsoft 365 Copilot, and how it can be used to expand the capabilities of each member of your team. We will also discuss the security requirements for rolling it out.

Technical Debt in Machine Learning Systems

Machine learning offers a powerful toolkit for building useful complex prediction systems quickly. It is common to incur massive ongoing maintenance costs in real-world ML systems. In this session, we will explore several ML-specific risk factors to account for in system design.

Neurodiversity, Technology and Faith

Monotropism: what is it? Who has it? Liability or Super Power
This session will essentially be a discussion of monotropism from a Tech angle and how that affects abilities – both good and bad.
This session will also delve into a discussion of faith, technology and monotropism and how a faith journey can be affected.

Unique Features of JavaScript

Assuming one already knows how to program using a typical programming language, we will take a look at some of the notable features of JavaScript that work differently (both good and bad). This will hopefully enable a developer to quickly pick up JavaScript and use some of its advance features while avoiding some of its pitfalls.

API Security — What You Really Need to Know

An overview of technologies for securing APIs. Trying to research this topic on the web often results in outdated information and confusing and often conflicting terminology. This session will attempt to provide an overview of the terminology, reconciling the different technologies so you can make adequate comparisons and confident decisions. This talk is probably more appropriate for system administrators and managers than development staff.

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