SDD Deep Dive 2017 Workshops
Wednesday 8 November 2017
Building Cloud-based applications with Microsoft Azure – Day 2
See Day 1 of this workshop for overview.
Day 2 – Applications, Services, and Microservices
Session 1: Azure App Service – Web Apps, API Apps, and Mobile Apps
Learn how to host Web apps and Web services in the cloud, how to use Easy Tables and Easy APIs to store data and expose REST endpoints, how to implement push notifications and data syncing in mobile apps, and more.
Session 2: Azure App Service – Logic Apps
Learn how to implement complex workflows in the cloud using Azure Logic Apps. Then put your newfound knowledge to work building an app that removes potentially offensive content from a Web site and sends e-mail notifications to a service administrator.
Session 3: Azure App Service – Azure Functions
Session 4: Azure Service Fabric
Learn how to use Azure Service Fabric to build microservice-based applications that feature automatic fail-over and that can scale to meet to the heaviest demands.
Jeff is a co-founder of Wintellect, who makes his living writing software and helping others do the same. With expertise in HTML5, Windows, mobile application development and Microsoft Azure, he has written nine books and hundreds of magazine articles, trained thousands of developers at Microsoft, and spoken at some of the world’s largest software conferences. In his former life as a mechanical and aerospace engineer, Jeff worked at Oak Ridge National Lab and Lawrence Livermore National Lab, where, among other things, he developed software that combined thermal and structural finite-element methods to model optical systems for high-power laser beams. In his spare time, Jeff builds and flies large radio-control jets.
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John is a principal consultant at Wintellect and a Windows Platform Development MVP. Prior to consulting, John spent much of his career working on high-performance video and statistical analysis tools for leading sports teams, with an emphasis on the NFL, the NBA, and Division 1 NCAA Football and Basketball. His consulting clients range from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, and his work has been featured at Microsoft conference keynotes and sessions. He is a member of Microsoft’s Azure Insiders group and the Azure Mobile Services Advisory Board, and he was co-author of the book Programming the Windows Runtime by Example.