Join us to learn how to get started with Azure Functions local development and the capabilities of the tooling for building, debugging, and deploying, so you can get an end-to-end development experience irrespective of the platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) you are using to build your serverless applications.Join us to learn how to get started with Azure Functions local development and the capabilities of the tooling for building, debugging, and deploying, so you can get an end-to-end development experience irrespective of the platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) you are using to build your serverless applications.
What’s the big deal with Kubernetes? Find out what it is, and when and how to use it in this fun, demo-filled session.
Several new language features are coming to C# in the next release, included in Visual Studio 2019. Mads Torgersen will give us a quick look at how to avoid null reference exceptions with nullable reference types, how to consume and produce asynchronous streams, and much more. Twitter: @MadsTorgersenLearn more about C# 8.0
Find your path to happy and productive development in a demo-packed session hosted by Scott Hanselman and guests. Learn the latest tricks for building your apps on Azure using best-in-class developer tools like Visual Studio Code or Visual Studio.
Want to deploy your Python web applications in just one click? In this video Nina Zakharenko will show you how to configure Visual Studio Code as a productive Python development environment, and use integrations to easily create, debug, and deploy Python applications to the cloud with Azure Web Apps on Linux. Want to ship code faster? Nina will teach you how, using Azure DevOps to automatically build and deploy your apps. Python on AzureTwitter: @nnja
Check out demos of the latest .NET Core release. Ask us the hard questions about .NET today and where it's headed with .NET Core 3.
Join this hands-on, interactive session. You’ll learn how to remotely control an Arduino-like microcontroller board via IoT Hub, Azure Functions and NodeJS. Follow along at home using the online MXChip simulator or with your own device!
Virtual node is now a public preview feature with Azure Kubernetes Service. With virtual node you can burst into Azure Container Instances where you have no VM management. This enables you to scale your Kubernetes clusters even faster when you combine concepts like the horizontal pod autoscaler. The technology behind this is virtual kubelet which is an open source project supported by multiple cloud providers.
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