Podcast appearance on CloudSkills.fm

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On March 12th 2019, Mike Pfeiffer invited me to appear on his excellent podcast which is called CloudSkills.fm

CloudSkills.fm is a weekly podcast with technical tips and career advice for people working in the cloud computing industry

Mike Pfeiffer is a Pluralsight author, consultant, advisor, author, and mentor for people ramping up on cloud-based technologies and it was a privilege to have him invite me onto his show and chat about Azure Certifications and also Azure Devops. If you haven’t checked out his podcast as yet, then please do @ cloudskills.fm

In my episode we talk about how I studied for the Azure exams, what content and methods of studying I use and we also talk about how I make use of Azure Devops with my companies customers, where we use it to deploy web apps and infrastructure as code.

I have also been working on moving customer’s data from on premises to Azure using Azure Sql, Azure Data Factory and also using Analysis services with Power BI reporting capabilities, more on that coming soon on my blog. For this project we are building everything from the ground up using Arm templates, deploying the entire resource group to Azure and populating the Azure Data Factory with pipelines all using Azure Devops.

Before I blog about that, lets talk more about my podcast appearance. It’s always a pleasure to be able to talk on podcasts about what I get up to and I like to share what I have been doing with Azure on my blog here. Mike is a very knowledgeable guy and like myself is insanely busy working on multiple things whilst trying to learn and keep up to date, he also has a weekly mailing where he mentions the interesting things he comes across week to week.

I’ll keep this post short and move onto blogging about the Data side of things I’ve been involved in, but if your thinking of doing some Azure exams and wont to know where to get started then have a listen to the episode and give me feedback on it.

Enjoy listening if you take the time to tune in.

 

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