Azure Tips and Tricks - Become more productive with Azure

Publié le 26 avril, 2019

Technical Product Manager

Today, we’re pleased to re-introduce a web resource called “Azure Tips and Tricks” that helps existing developers using Azure learn something new within a couple of minutes. Since inception in 2017, the collection has grown to over 200+ tips as well as videos, conference talks, and several eBooks spanning the entire universe of the Azure platform. Featuring a new weekly tip and video it is designed to help you boost your productivity with Azure, and all tips are based off of practical real-world scenarios. The series spans the entire universe of the Azure platform from App Services, to containers, and more!

 

The Azure Tips and Tricks Homepage.

Figure 1: The Azure Tips and Tricks homepage.

 

With the new site, we’ve included the much-needed ability to navigate between Azure services, so that you can quickly browse your favorite categories.

 

A gif showing the new Azure Tips and Tricks navigation capabilities.

Figure 2: The new Azure Tips and Tricks navigation capabilities.

 

There is search functionality to assist you to quickly find what you are looking for.

 

 

A gif showing the new Azure Tips and Tricks search function.

Figure 3: The new Azure Tips and Tricks search function.

 

The site is also open-source on GitHub, so anyone can help contribute to the site, ask questions, and jump-in wherever they want! While you are on the page go ahead and star us to keep up to date.

 

An image showing the Azure Tips and Tricks GitHub repo.

Figure 4: The Azure Tips and Tricks GitHub repo.

 

What are you waiting for? Visit the site and star the repo so that you don’t miss future updates to the site, and to ensure you make the most of the Azure platform’s constantly evolving services and features. I’ll also be presenting a session on the series at Microsoft Build on Monday, May 6th from 2:30-2:50pm. I hope to meet you in person.

Thanks for reading and keep in mind that you can learn more about Azure by following our official blog and Twitter account. You can also reach the author of this post on Twitter.