Getting the most out of Azure Functions
Rick van den Bosch
Azure Functions promises you can “Easily build the apps you need using simple, serverless functions that scale to meet demand. Use the programming language of your choice, and don’t worry about servers or infrastructure.” Cool! But….. HOW? This session is packed with tips & tricks for getting the most out of Azure Functions. From having Azure Active Directory in place for authorization to using triggers and bindings. And from leveraging the power of Azure DevOps Pipelines for build and deploy to making your Functions scale.
Roslyn for the rest of us
The .NET Compiler Platform, a.k.a. “Roslyn” has been around for quite some time now, but not all of us dare to get our hands dirty with syntax trees and semantic models. In this session we will take a step back and realize how easy it is to create useful diagnostic analyzers and code fix providers to solve real-world problems that do not require a PhD in Math.
"Native" web apps on Azure
The web is looking more native day by day. You don’t need an advanced infrastructure to publish applications to an Azure Static Website. During this session, we will build a serverless backend for a PWA that runs offline. We use the web Bluetooth API to connect the app to an Arduino and send data back to Azure in the background.
Building Tesla’s Battery Range Calculator with Vue.js or ReactJS. Here are the Differences!
"Which language do you like: ReactJS or Vue.js? During this talk I walk through the process of building a Tesla's Battery Range Calculator with ReactJS and Vue.js.
I compare React and VueJS with each other in terms of syntax, speed of development, readability, maintainability, performance etc."
How to securely connect the cloud to on-prem without breaking the bank and opening your firewall
Hybrid cloud connectivity is still one of the biggest scenarios for enterprises moving to the cloud, and connecting the two world opens up another can of worms in terms of security and completely. Dubbed the “poor man’s ExpressRoute”, Azure Hybrid Connections allows you to easily connect the cloud securely to your on-prem servers without the need for endless complex firewall configurations. In this short session you will see how easy it is to roll out your own Hybrid Connection to extend the cloud to your datacenter the cheap wayyou!