Saturday April 27th was the date for the Global Azure Bootcamp, I was organising the Glasgow edition, in conjunction with the Glasgow Azure user Group, we had a great turn out with a lot of swag and one lucky
Each talk details can be found here:-
Duncan Jones – Globally distributed computing for pennies
Duncan (@merion) is a developer in the Financial Services industry based in Dublin, with an interest in DDD and CQRS/ES – he has developed a DSL plug in for creating event sourcing systems in Visual Studio and is the organiser of the Dublin Software Craftsmanship meetup.
Code for the “Hitchhiker systems” talk: Code
Angel M Rayo – Azure DevOps from rookie to DevStar
MCT since 2005, MCSE Cloud, ITIL Expert and more than 10500 hours of training experience in several companies and events like MCT Global Summit, SQL Saturday, SharePoint Day, i.e. @oyara
SlideShare: Azure DevOps from rookie to devstar
Craig Nicol – CosmosDB in the real world
Link to Slides: CosmosDB in the real world
Ivan Culjak – Building mostly Serverless distributed cloud systems step by step
Ivan is a .NET freelance developer in love with Azure, Xamarin, and the idea of automating whatever. When hes not developing something new, hes salvaging something inherited, consulting with enthusiasm, and testing and breaking new technologies in a quest for something useful. @CuljakIvan
Colin Chaplin – Office365 Migrations in the tens of thousands
Colin is a freelance IT consultant with over 20 years experience in end user computing, especially Exchange, Office365 and Windows 10. He has spoke at Microsoft TechReady and written for the Microsoft Technet UK blog and Practical365.com @ColinChaplin
Henry Bean – Logging, instrumentation, dashboards, alerts and all that – for developers.
Henry Been is an independent architect and developer from The Netherlands. He enjoys working with software development teams to create and deliver great software. His interests include the Azure cloud, Agile, DevOps, software architecture and the design and implementation of testable and maintainable software. @henry_been
This is a recording of the same talk Henry gave to us:
YouTube Video: Logging, Instrumentation, Dashboards, Alerts by Henry Been
GitHub repo: Code
I may be a little bias but I thought the event was awesome, helped by having outstanding speakers who made it a great event, hope to organise it for you all again next year!
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