Guys, not that long ago (OK, at the end of last year, but still…) an awesome video went online! And yes, I’m starring in it :-O.
No, it’s not that kind of a video, of course!!! It’s my presentation recording from last year’s awesome .NET DeveloperDays, where I had the great opportunity of doing a deep dive on Azure SQL Database and an intro on Docker on Windows and Azure. Here’s the recording – let me know what you think!
Oh, and by the way: this year, in October, I will deliver a full-day training on Docker, Visual Studio, Windows and Azure during .NET DeveloperDays 2017. It’s called ‘Breaking Apps Apart Intentionally – Visual Studio + Docker + Sprinkles of Azure = Modern Microservices‘ (fabulous name, isn’t it? :-)).
If you hurry, you can still get in for a super-modest super-early bird fee (offer ends at the end of March): http://net.developerdays.pl/registration.
Hope to see you there,
Three months ago I got the chance to visit the beautiful city of Iasi and speak about my favorite topic, cloud computing!
Looking back at DevExperience
DevExperience was a really nice experience and the logistics around it were incredibly, especially considering that this was the first DevExperience ever. My session at DevExperience covered cloud patterns and best practices and was entitled ‘Achieving High Scalability and Security for Your Web, Mobile and API Apps’.
One of the very great things about DevExperience was the emphasis organizers put in networking – they had beers and pizza after the event so attendees were able to come over and ask questions. And if beer doesn’t always sound right, it turned out to be a great chance for some to break the ice – afterwards, I just got more and more questions poring in, regarding Azure, cloud computing, micro-services, Docker and so on and so forth – the pleasure was all mine though, as they’re questions not only showed me passion for technology and Microsoft products (even though the conference focus was hardly on Microsoft-related products), but also that my message was well received and clear.
The session ended with a cloud panel I was part of where I talked with some fellow industry experts on topics such as Micro-services, Docker and Containers in the context of cloud computing.
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