If you have an Azure subscription, you'd be able to deploy Azure Functions and then retain them, but you do not necessarily need Visual Studio of Visual Studio Code for developing, as you can actually do this in the Azure portal. If you do have Visual Studio, you may be able to follow along with one of the examples of using the Azure preview tools, but we're not going to look at the Azure Functions command-line interface in this particular course. If you have a manager who needs to know about Azure Functions, have them watch the first video about what is Serverless, and perhaps also the video at the end about whether Azure Functions is for you so that you could see the larger landscape in which Azure Functions fit.
- Creating your first C# Azure Function
- C# functions triggered by a webhook
- Testing webhook Azure Functions
- Leveraging events with Azure Functions
- Integrating with cloud services
- Developing Azure functions
- Continuous deployment