On Wednesday, March 8, I spoke at the Sydney Serverless Meetup on how you can quickly build an Azure Function Extension and in what situations you should consider doing so. Here I run through the demo and the code!
For the first time in a couple of years, there is an in-person event for Ignite, though for our list here I'm only listing sessions you can attend from the comfort of your home. If you're headed to the in-person event... lucky you!
Like any cloud platform, Microsoft Azure is always shipping new features and services regularly. In this post I've pulled out a few highlights from the last few months that I think are worth looking at if you're a developer building serverless solutions.
Here we are again - it's almost time for the annual Microsoft Ignite conference. This edition is virtual again, so it's a great chance to hear the latest news while being able to sit at home on your sofa!
The first ever Serverless Days ANZ event run on Friday September 4 and, boy, what a success it was! In this post I'll go into the online event in a bit more detail and look at some of the stats along with my highlights.
I've put together the following list which encompasses the smaller, sometimes interactive sessions that will be on offer. You will be able to catch big keynote moments elsewhere and on-demand so they aren't covered here.
As demand for the Azure Sydney User Group and its content has grown over the last few years, and with the removal of features on Meetup such as file storage, the group organisers have been looking for a way to share content and provide an online location for the community to connect.
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 to consider for going online.