With the advent of large language models, mastering the English language has never been more important (Who would have thought you should have paid attention in school?). In in this session, explore the process of developing your own robust prompts using Azure’s OpenAI Studio and Prompt flow! Learn how to use key topics such as; System (meta) Prompts, Zero & Few Shot learning and grounding context in your applications!
James is a State Lead for Arinco Australia specialising in Azure Cloud & AWS infrastructure. James has worked closely with several organisations in architectural consulting and delivery using Microsoft Core and Cloud technologies, and can talk your ear off for days around cybersecurity, cloud native technology and DevOps practices. James hates buzzwords, and loves a good rant…
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