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Showing posts from October, 2019

[Post Event] .NET Developers Days, Warsaw, 2019

It was a crazy week - in a GOOD DAY. I was invited by .NET Developers Days team to deliver 2 sessions in Warsaw at their conference, and it was a big WOW. They were able to gather more than 1.500 people to a .NET conference. This is not an easy thing to do, but with a lineup of speakers like the one that they had (including Scott Guthrie and Richard Campbell) you can do it. The event was a big success, including the party at the end of the first day. The quality of the sessions was high, and I was happy to see that each session was 1 hour. The current trend is around 40-45 minutes, and many times you don't have enough time to go very deep. I had the opportunity to deliver two sessions at this event. The first one was technical, and the second one was a non-technical session. You can find below the slides and abstract from my sessions. ... and YES, I had a great time here, in Poland. Title : Serverless functions or microservices Abstract : A trick question in the cloud era

[Post Event] Global Microsoft 365 Developer Bootcamp, Cluj-Napoca, 2019

On October 16th, 2019 we hosted Global Microsoft 365 Developer Bootcamp in Cluj-Napoca. The event was organised by ITCa mp Community with support from Microsoft and The Guild Hall . In comparison with other events in the past, this event was different from the topics that were discussed. The main focus was around Office 365 tools. We were surprised to find people that were not only very interesting about this topic but also are working in teams that manage and develop internal applications for Office 365. What is Global Microsoft 365 Developer Bootcamp? Bootcamps are a free, one-day, hands-on training event led by Microsoft MVPs and community leaders with support from Microsoft. Developers worldwide are invited to attend a bootcamp to learn the latest on Microsoft 365 platform including Microsoft Graph, SharePoint Framework, Microsoft Teams, Office Add-ins and Actionable Messages, etc. and apply what you learn to your future projects. The topics that were covered during the wor

[Post Event] Cloud Meetup, Medellin, October 2019

These days I had the opportunity to take part in a community event in Medellin (Columbia). It was a wonderful experience where I was able to meet and connect with the local IT community. I discovered people with a high level of experience, with fantastic energy, ready to learn and improve their skills. The session that I delivered at this meet-up was about the cloud, Azure and the things that we need to take into account when we kick off a cloud project. Title : Day zero of a cloud project Abstract : In this session, we will take a look at what we need to keep on our radar when we start a new project inside the Cloud. When not only us but also clients are new to the Cloud ecosystem, we need to be aware of small things that can make a difference or secure the success of the project. Things like security, environment isolation and access controls are just a tiny part of the things that we need to be aware of. There will be examples from real-life projects and hands-on implementati