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Pleased and proud to say my first two Azure courses are now available on LinkedIn Learning (Lynda.com). Part 1 is a general introduction to Azure for developers. Part 2 focuses on working with Data in Azure
Mikayla Hutchinson is a Principal Program Manager for Microsoft working on Visual Studio Mac. We discuss the state of the IDE and what’s coming.
John Papa is a dedicated a father and husband, a Principal Developer Advocate with Microsoft, and an alum of the Google Developer Expert, Microsoft RD and MVP programs. His passions are deploying and teaching modern web technologies, and enjoying everything … Continue reading
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Talking with Jon Galloway, Executive Director of the .NET Foundation, about open source. .NET Foundation Jon’s Blog About Jon
Click here to go to sign-up page Get started with mobile programming using Xamarin.Forms. Join me at our interactive webinar, Q&A and demo. I will: Help you get started with Xamarin.Forms Compare Xamarin.Forms with Xamarin Native Demo Xamarin.Forms layouts and … Continue reading
Talking with Jeremy Likness about Azure. Prepare to have your mind blown! Azure for .NET developers Jeremy’s blog VM vs. Service Fabric
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Pleased and proud to announce my latest Pluralsight Course…
In Part 4 of this series we created a new Master/Detail project. In this part, we’re going to zero in on one view on one page… but what a view it is! This series is based on my Pluralsight Course: Building Your … Continue reading
This is part 3 of an ongoing series on Azure for Developers, based on a set of forthcoming videos from LinkedIn Learning In Part 2 of this series, we looked at creating an application in the Azure Portal. More common is to … Continue reading
This is part 2 of an ongoing series on Azure for Developers, based on a set of forthcoming videos from LinkedIn Learning In Part 1 of this series, we began to look at some of the ways to “chunk” the … Continue reading