Building with Bot Framework

Building Bots with Microsoft’s Bot Framework

Description

Today’s bots can help us order food, shop for clothes, save money, and find restaurants. For example, Digit helps you manage your money by showing your bank balance, upcoming bills, and helping you save money through text messages.

In this video, now that you have a good understanding of the different components and their role in the overall environment, we will start to delve into more advanced features. This video course will show how to add conversational logic to a bot by using LUIS and covers the basics, setting up Visual Studio, and exploring the LUIS User Interface, ending with building a demo bot using LUIS. We then move onto publishing your bot to Azure as well as deployment into different channels. You will finish the course by building your own bot using the knowledge gained from previous sections.

About The Author

Eduardo Freitas delivers, supports, and helps create world-class software solutions that automate critical business processes, extract and process vast amount of data, improve efficiency, and slash operating costs by thousands. He turns help desks into profit centers and engines that drive sales and marketing.

He’s an expert in data capture, extraction, big data, and business process automation and helps his customers save thousands and slash costs by a factor of 70% or more.

Victoria Clark is a Financial Management Consultant with a background in finance projects and systems, especially facilitating workshops and education on new developments, and has a great interest in new technologies. Born in South Africa she is currently living in the Netherlands and enjoys writing, learning new topics, and spending time with her family.

Who is the target audience?
  • This video is for developers who want to create a new service or enable an existing service, with a great bot interface.

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