Cloud computing impacts all careers, and an awareness of the opportunities associated with this emerging field is critical. From backup and storage to PaaS, SaaS, microservices, and web services, get the essential knowledge and skills you need for a career in cloud development.
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Azure: Understanding the Big Picture with Walt Ritscher
Take a look at the big picture of Azure. Explore Azure services, including storage, hosting, and machine learning, to assess which best fit your organization's cloud strategy.
2h 59m • COURSE
Azure for Developers: Resource Planning with Matt Milner
Learn how to evaluate and select the best Azure Storage, compute, networking, and integration options for your project.
40m 36s • COURSE
Azure Essential Training for Developers with Adrienne Braganza Tacke
Get a developer-focused look at the Azure ecosystem. Learn how to navigate the popular cloud platform and use it to build, deploy, and manage applications.
2h 1m • COURSE
Azure for Developers: Cosmos DB with Sidney Andrews
Get up and running with Azure Cosmos DB, the fully managed database service from Microsoft. Learn about the service's APIs, architecture, configuration options, and more.
39m 24s • COURSE
Building a Web Application on Microsoft Azure with Matt Milner
Learn how to build web applications that take advantage of key Microsoft Azure services, including Cosmos DB, Logic Apps, Azure Functions, and Azure Resource Manager.
2h 10m • COURSE
Azure Quick Tips for Developers with Mike Benkovich
Get concise tips for working with Microsoft Azure. Discover how to leverage the latest features and tools that the platform has to offer.
36m 29s • COURSE
You'll learn how to utilize development skills on the Microsoft Azure cloud with these experts.
Walt Ritscher is a programmer, UI designer, and staff author at LinkedIn Learning.
Walt's enthusiasm for crafting software interfaces started early. Shortly after discovering how to move pixels around on a computer screen, he began devouring books on computer graphics and UI design. Before long, he was sharing his discoveries with other technology buffs, a lifelong pursuit that has led to teaching engagements at universities, private training companies, and the international conference circuit. As a consultant, Walt has worked with a wide variety of clients, including Microsoft, HP, and Intel. He is now a staff author at LinkedIn Learning, where his content team produces hundreds of technical training courses for software developers each year.
Matt Milner is an independent consultant, web developer, and trainer.
From the early days of the internet, Matt was building websites and databases to help organizations manage their business. Over the years he has built numerous systems using web technologies such as ASP.NET, and integration technologies, including BizTalk Server, WCF, WF, and yes, even MSMQ. Currently Matt splits his time between building applications and teaching other developers about the latest Microsoft technologies, including Azure, Xamarin, and Web API.
In addition to creating training videos, Matt contributes to the community by speaking at code camps, user groups, and international conferences, including Tech Ed, Dev Days, and DevWeek. Learn more at m3technologypartners.com.
Adrienne Braganza Tacke is an author and engineer who enjoys teaching others about software development.
Defecting from the "natural" path of nursing, Adrienne chose to major in management information systems at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. After almost eight years as a software engineer, she has worked in several industries, including healthcare and higher education. Currently, she is a software development engineer at DebtTrader, where she revels in the challenges of modernizing the spreadsheet-based fintech industry.
In her spare time, Adrienne is also an international speaker, instructor, author, and advocate for STEM education. Adrienne's first book, Coding for Kids: Python, has consistently been in the top 10 list of best-selling children's programming books on Amazon. She also regularly visits with schools to speak to students about being a software engineer and the power of code. When not visiting with eager STEM students, Adrienne speaks at tech conferences across the US and Europe. Follow Adrienne on Twitter and Instagram @AdrienneTacke to see what she's up to now.
Sidney Andrews is an Azure MVP and a Microsoft Certified Training regional lead.
Sidney has authored multiple online courses for developers, IT professionals, and database administrators. He has also authored official courseware for multiple certification exams, including 70-532, 70-535, AZ-200, AZ-201, and most recently AZ-203. Sidney has been featured as a presenter on Channel 9, Ignite and Build. His specialties include Azure, NoSQL, XAML, C#, and TypeScript. Sidney is a native of Richmond, Virginia.
Mike Benkovich is a former Microsoft evangelist and current software architect.
He has spent his career helping developers explore and apply new technologies to solving information challenges. His website www.benkotips.com provides developers with resources to get started and work with technologies such as the cloud, data, and devices. Follow him on twitter @mbenko.