Developing Data and Machine Learning Apps with C#
Advanced 9 Steps Hours 45 Credits
C# has powered Windows .NET application development for nearly two decades and Google Cloud is committed to supporting developers getting their .NET workloads up and running on the GCP platform. In this quest, you will learn how to run C# apps in GCP, and specifically how to take your apps to the next level by interfacing them with the big data and machine learning APIs that are accessible now from C#. By enrolling in Developing Data and Machine Learning Apps with C# you will see firsthand how seamlessly GCP integrates with .NET workloads and what the possibilities are for leveraging big data and ML services in your own C# projects.
PrerequisitesAs this Quest relies heavily on the C# programming language, the student should be an experienced programmer with C#. It is also recommended that the student have at least earned a Badge by completing the Baseline: Data, ML, AI and possibly those in the Machine Learning APIs Quests before beginning.
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