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Building Your Evil(?) Empire with Azure Functions

Speaker:

Bryan Soltis

Abstract:

By now, you’ve probably heard about how awesome Azure Functions really are. From offloading functionality to automating processing, they allow you to harness the cloud to your bidding, whether it’s the dirty work of processing your data or informing your henchmen about your next plot to take over the world. Whether your preference is C#, JS, Python, or a slew of other languages, you can program just about anything with Azure Functions and execute it with triggers, timers, or HTTP requests. In this session, Kentico Technical Evangelist and Azure super-fan Bryan Soltis will show you add Azure Functions to your arsenal and build amazing cloud solutions.

Bio:

Bryan Soltis is the Technical Evangelist at Kentico and an avid .NET developer. With over 18 years of web development experience, Bryan has completed projects for Microsoft, IMG, HP, and other Fortune 500 companies. A former Azure VTSP, Bryan has developed numerous applications with Microsoft’s cloud and Kentico, including custom software development, integrated solutions, and globally-available enterprise applications. As a Technical Evangelist, Bryan enjoys working with the development community and educating developers on best practices, new technologies, and utilizing the .NET, cloud, and Kentico to their fullest potentials. And he really likes beer.

Recorded At:

Little Rock Tech Fest 2017

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