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Yochay Kiriaty Jun 30
Great day at Seattle today. It is awesome to see the kids really appreciate the art and creativity that comes with Sci-Fi.Lots of fun.
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Yochay Kiriaty Jun 19
OMG this is beyond awesome! Im so going to get me one of these sometime in the not so distant future.
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Yochay Kiriaty May 31
New user ID had been the default since forever. That feature Garry pointed out is a direct response to customer asks, just like yours. Choosing the default to be one vs. the other is an interesting all. Please open an issue on guy for it.
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Will Mendoza May 16
ICYMI: recap for news, simplifying building pluggable skills into your bot, adaptive dialogs, build your own voice-first virtual assistant, easily create multi-turn bots w/ QnA Maker, support for Dynamic lists w/ LUIS and more!
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Yochay Kiriaty May 8
This is an interesting conversation. My ask is simple, how much would you pay to keep your data private? I think most people will opt-in for a free, but collect "my data", vs. paying a monthly fee. What is your take?
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Brenda Jin Apr 16
Shouldn't API Design be an accessible and newbie-friendly topic? If you agree, [read and] review our book on Amazon: Designing Web APIs: Building APIs That Developers Love Co-authored by and yours truly ❤
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Yochay Kiriaty Apr 17
Replying to @jameslew @pauliom
Are you using the daily (nightly) build?
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Yochay Kiriaty Apr 9
Replying to @pauliom @jameslew and 5 others
Do you have a sample you can point to? Just the script no need for runtime
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Yochay Kiriaty Apr 9
Replying to @jameslew @szul and 5 others
Chatdown is for mocking conversations. It takes a simple format and produces a valid Transcript file that can be viewed on the BF Emulator. It was not designed as a runtime tool. What format do you have in mind?
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Yochay Kiriaty Mar 15
Love the amazing work the community is doing. Love projects that enable developers to extend our platform and fill in any gaps. Kudus to and team.
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Visual Studio Mar 11
We've pushed out some Conversational updates alongside the release of Bot Framework SDK version 4.3. has the details:
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Yochay Kiriaty Mar 12
Love seeing the community so engaged. Kudus to and team.
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Yochay Kiriaty Feb 18
With the next release, 4.3 (in few weeks), we will provide further abstraction to OnTurn to create a more On* event system for OnMessage, OnUserUpdate, etc... this will help refine the OnTurn and explain the value in the encapsulation. The memory change is more nuanced.
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Yochay Kiriaty Feb 18
Two new articles about migrating bots from SDK V3 to V4. and Feedback and questions are more than welcome
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Yochay Kiriaty Nov 18
Replying to @jongallant @PapaJohns
Postmortem outcomes 1) avoid using this vendor in the future; 2) consider take a way vs delivery, despite additional resources investments.
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Yochay Kiriaty Nov 18
Replying to @jongallant @PapaJohns
Jon, it is a major DevOps problem when backed service fail to lunch on time. The team suggested a new schedule, but such a slip (of 60 min) is not acceptable.
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Yochay Kiriaty Nov 18
Second time have missed a delivery on my kid BDay. I called 3 hours before to order 6 pizzas and double check the time. None the less, about 10 min after the delivery time I called to learn it will take another 45 minutes! I have 24 very disappointed kids!
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Michael Szul Oct 6
Working on some NodeJS version's of 's Bot Framework extensions. Amazed at how closely the teams aligned the two SDKs. Lots of stuff that works line for line despite two different languages. Also speaks volumes of TypeScript's CSharp-like features.
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Yochay Kiriaty Oct 4
I would not send email directly form the orchestrator. I would drop an item to a queue and let a 2nd func send the email. That 2nd func should handle error case and retry. Once complete the 2nd func can update the orchestrator. That whole chain should be statless and idempotent.
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Yochay Kiriaty Oct 4
Sorry to hear that, but happy to get one more pointer to justify that best practice.
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