Microsoft Azure is an incredibly powerful cloud service. This learning path, specifically created for intermediate-level Azure developers, allows you to keep abreast of new developments and functionality in Azure.
Explore new functionality in Azure.
Create more complex Azure applications.
Understand intermediate Azure application development concepts.
Developing Container-Based Applications with Visual Studio and Azure with Floyd Hilton
Learn how to use the powerful features in Visual Studio, Visual Studio Team Services, and Azure to build container-based .NET applications.
59m 30s • COURSE
Azure Search for Developers with Chander Dhall
Discover how to equip your iOS app with advanced search features by leveraging Azure Search. Learn how to work with CRUD operations, JSON data, APIs, indexes, suggestors, facets, and more.
2h 8m • COURSE
Microservices and Azure Service Fabric Basics for Developers with Chander Dhall
Get started with Microsoft Azure Service Fabric, and learn the key development techniques necessary to produce highly scalable microservices-based cloud applications in Azure.
1h 20m • COURSE
Azure Storage Deep Dive for Developers with Anton Delsink
Take a deep dive into the Azure Storage APIs for application development and storage of blob-, table-, queue-, and file-based data.
5h 18m • COURSE
NoSQL Development with Azure Redis and C# with Anton Delsink
Get started with Microsoft Azure Redis by learning about the various data structures in Redis, and how to use those data structures from C#.
4h 14m • COURSE
You'll learn Azure development skills with these experts.
Floyd Hilton has developed software for semiconductor manufacturing, energy conservation, and health care.
Floyd enjoys helping teams increase their software quality and agility by embracing DevOps, Docker, agile methodologies, and the cloud. He also guides companies from a "just get it done" mode to a solid development process that facilitates growth and scale by leveraging automation and domain-driven design.
Floyd loves helping others discover the awesome career of being a software developer. He has been teaching kids to program using a mixture of Linux, Scratch, and Python and is a frequent speaker at conferences.
When he's not deploying software, Floyd can be found building houses or riding anything with two wheels.
Chander Dhall is a Microsoft MVP and consultant to clients such as LinkedIn, NBCUniversal, and Dell.
Chander Dell, Inc. provides consulting, recruiting, and training services to many clients. He and his team help to develop web and mobile applications, solve big data problems, and more. An ASP.NET Insider and Web API Advisor, Chander has insight into new releases on technologies used by millions of developers.
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.