Microsoft Azure is an incredibly powerful cloud service. This learning path has been specifically created for developers and it allows you to get up to speed with the major application development and security features of Azure.
Explore the key tools available to Azure developers.
Learn the key elements of cloud development.
Identify the unique challenges and capabilities of cloud computing.
Azure Development Essential Training: 1 Azure Roadmap and Key Features with Jesse Liberty
Get started with Azure, a collection of cloud services from Microsoft. Learn how to create an ASP.NET application deployed to Azure, build a virtual machine, and create and trigger Azure functions.
1h 3m • COURSE
Azure Development Essential Training: 2 Working with Data with Jesse Liberty
Enhance your Microsoft Azure skillset by learning how to use SQL Server and Blob storage in Visual Studio and Azure.
57m 40s • COURSE
Learning Azure SQL Querying with Anton Delsink
Discover how to leverage the vast capabilities of Microsoft Azure SQL Database. Learn how to work with the rich syntax of Azure SQL, and use SQL Server Management Studio to write scripts.
2h 47m • COURSE
Azure Enterprise Development: 1 Governance and Infrastructure Deployments with Mike Benkovich
Get the most value from your Azure subscription. Learn how to use Azure as an IaaS solution to build, deploy, and manage applications in the cloud.
2h 4m • COURSE
Azure Enterprise Development: 2 Application Services with Mike Benkovich
Learn how to use Azure to support the latest architectural frameworks and best practices, including serverless architecture, rapid deployment, and DevOps workflows.
2h 1m • COURSE
You'll learn Azure development skills with these experts
Jesse Liberty is an independent software developer, consultant, and author.
Liberty hosts the popular podacast Yet Another Podcast and he is the author of two-dozen best-selling books. He is also the author of numerous Pluralsight courses on everything from Angular to Xamarin. Liberty is a certified Xamarin developer, a Xamarin MVP, and a Microsoft MVP. He was a technical evangelist for Microsoft, distinguished software engineer at AT&T, software architect for PBS, and vice president of information technology at Citibank, and he was on the teaching staff at Brandeis University.
A programmer and teacher at heart, Anton Delsink enjoys working with students and professionals of all levels.
Learning and teaching have been present throughout his career, which has included working as a full-stack developer, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, a solutions architect, and even in software sales. You may have seen him onstage at events such as Microsoft TechEd or SharePoint Saturday, or met him on his travels—where his camera and laptop are always close at hand.
Even though C# was love at first sight for Anton, he's never far from a PowerShell script or SQL statement, especially when there's an opportunity for automation. With the advent of public cloud offerings, Anton has immersed himself further in architecture and DevOps, and continues to learn, use, and teach both programming and cloud services.
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.