After months of preparing, the Global Azure Bootcamp in Malta came to an end! We had lots of fun, our audience was great, and very receptive with lots of questions which we were eager to answer. This year we started with some music, getting the audience in the mood, an idea proposed by Mary from Microsoft, who always gives a helping hand with our events.
Then the event kicked off! First with the IoT Fundamentals session which I delivered myself, talking about the IoT features available in Azure, followed by a live demo using the MxChip. Next up was Evan Camilleri, delivering a great presentation about Elastic Pools on how to scale multiple SQL databases. Johan Zammit amazed the crowd with Blockchain giving a demo with Etherium, whilst Matthew Grech impressed the audience with Machine Learning even showing deployment models. Ralph Attard wrapped up the day showing his remarkable skills in SQL Server, even updating us on GDPR.
Next up are some photos from the event.. Continue reading
In less than a week, on the 21st April, the Global Azure Bootcamp will start. This year there will be 286 locations around the world that will host this event, and Malta will once again be one of those locations! The event in Malta will be held at the Microsoft Innovation Centre, at Skyparks, Luqa, and is being organised by Tech-Spark. Start time is 9am! It’s been months in the making, and presentations are being given that last touch, to be ready for D-Day!
We have prepared five presentations for the event:
- IoT Fundamentals, by Clive Ciappara (myself)
- Machine Learning, by Matthew Grech
- Blockchain, by Johan Zammit
- SQL Server & GDPR, by Ralph Attard
- Elastic Pools by Evan Camilleri.
I work on the Nebulus IoT platform at Codit, so it made sense for me to make a session about IoT. Continue reading
Presentation for Betclic Training Bites (France) – June 2017
Presentation for Betclic Training Bites (Malta) – December 2016
Presentation for Tech-Spark – October 2016
Logic Apps is a fully managed iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service). Developers do not have to worry about building hosting, scalability, availability and management.
It Provides a simple way to implement scalable integrations and workflows in the cloud. Continue reading
Presentation for Global Azure Bootcamp – April 2017
Azure Functions are part of the Azure Web + Mobile suite of App Services and are designed to enable the creation of small pieces of meaningful, reusable methods, easily shared across services. These serverless, event-driven methods are often referred to as “nanoservices” due to their small size. Although an Azure Function can contain quite a bit of code, they are typically designed to serve a single purpose, and respond to events in connected services. Continue reading
Presentation for Betclic Training Bites – January 2017
- Quick Launch (CTRL+Q) – most of the time this is ignored. VS have many options and windows to choose from. For example, your closed debug window. To find it, just go to CTRL+Q
- Or where to build something,
- You can use @ option to limit to most recently used (@mru), or to show options only ex. @option line numbers