There's been a large amount of change over the last couple of months due to the impact of COVID-19 on in-person events. As I've spent much of the last eight years running, or being involved with, community events I thought I'd share some tips and insights I've gained over this time on what you need … Continue reading Getting your community event online
If you attended the Global Azure Bootcamp in Sydney on April 27 and you are looking for content a speaker presented to then you should find it here. Content provided is at the discretion of a speaker. As I am sent more content I'll add links here. * denotes that the session is covered in … Continue reading Sydney Global Azure Bootcamp 2019 Session Content
I enjoyed speaking at the Sydney Python (SyPy) meetup on how Python Flask developers can quickly deploy their web applications onto Web Apps hosted on Linux on the Azure App Service platform. But... why Python?! Anyone taking a cursory glance through my writings will see that prior to last year I didn't write about Python. … Continue reading Running Python Flask apps on Azure App Service
A short update from me on a couple of speaking slots I'm doing in April 2019 that might be of interest if you're in Sydney. Talk 1: How I built Where's Bit - April 10 Last year at all the developer events Microsoft sponsored in Australia we ran a "hide-and-seek" game based on selfies posted … Continue reading Speaking on Azure PaaS and Serverless in Sydney
I had great fun yesterday presenting at the Sydney Serverless Meetup on the currently in-preview support for Java on Azure Functions. Rather than throw the slides up somewhere online I thought I'd write a blog that covers the content with the added bonus of giving you the option to dig into items in more detail. … Continue reading Azure Functions for Java developers
I'm excited to have the opportunity to share Azure's powerful Open Source support with more developers in November. Our first run of these sessions in August proved popular, so if you, or someone you know, wants to learn more they can sign up below. We'll cover language support (application and Azure SDK), OS support (Linux, … Continue reading Microsoft Open Source Roadshow – Free training on Azure – Canberra and Sydney
Hello New Zealand friends! I'm really happy to share that we are bringing the Open Source Roadshows to Auckland and Wellington in November 2017! We'll cover language support (application and Azure SDK), OS support (Linux, BSD), Datastores (MySQL, PostreSQL, MongoDB, SQL Server on Linux), Continuous Deployment and, last, but not least, Containers (Docker, Container Registry, … Continue reading Microsoft Open Source Roadshow – Free training on Azure – Auckland and Wellington!
I'm really excited about this opportunity to share the power of Azure with the developer and IT Pro community in France that is soon to gain local Azure Regions in which to build their solutions. If you live in the surrounding areas I'd love to see you there. More details available via Meetup.
In early August I'll be running a couple of free training days covering how developers who work in the Open Source space can bring their solutions to Microsoft's Azure public cloud. We'll cover language support (application and Azure SDK), OS support (Linux, BSD), Datastores (MySQL, PostreSQL, MongoDB), Continuous Deployment and, last, but not least, Containers … Continue reading Microsoft Open Source Roadshow – Free training on Open Source and Azure
If you're interested to learn more about Microsoft Graph API and how you can leverage it to build compelling solutions in the form of Bots in Microsoft Teams, I'll be speaking at Office 365 Saturday in Sydney this week on June 3rd. Tickets are free, but get in while there are still some left! https://www.meetup.com/O365-Saturday/events/238372859/ … Continue reading Speaking at Office 365 Saturday