Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour

Friday, October 20, 2017, 8:45am - 2:45pm

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Whether you're new to the cloud or a seasoned expert, you'll learn something at the Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour '17.  In this free, public event, join Scott Guthrie, executive vice president, Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group, as he codes live and demonstrates Azure, Microsoft's cloud computing platform. Demos will include the latest in infrastructure: VM scale sets, managed disks, hybrid cloud, Azure Stack, enterprise mobility & security Xamarin/mobile development, SQL, AI, machine learning and much more. 

Attendance is free, but registration is requested.

The Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour '17 is a free code-first event where you can connect and learn from cloud experts from Microsoft and your local community. It's all about helping you become a better developer by teaching skills to develop, deploy, and manage cloud applications. Slides are kept to a minimum while Scott goes deep with live demos into Microsoft's cloud services, advanced workloads and capabilities.

Agenda

8:45AM – 9:30AM

Check-in & Welcome

9:30AM – 12:45PM

Keynote w/ Scott Guthrie | Two 1.5 HR. Sessions w/ Short Break In-Between

12:45PM – 1:30PM

Lunch provided

1:30PM – 2:45PM

Coding on Stage w/ Scott Guthrie | "Azure Tips & Tricks"

2:45PM

Thank You & Event Close

As executive vice president of the Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group, Scott Guthrie is responsible for the company’s cloud infrastructure, server, database, CRM, ERP, management and development tools businesses. His engineering team builds Microsoft Azure, SQL Server, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Active Directory, System Center, Visual Studio and .NET.

 

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