Logic Apps and Azure Functions Presentation

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.

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Azure Functions Presentation

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

Visual Studio Tips and Tricks Presentation

Presentation for Betclic Training Bites – January 2017

Quick Launch

  • 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

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