Past Meetup

Azure Nights November 2018 - Azure DevOps Community Launch

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Microsoft Melbourne

4 Freshwater Pl, Southbank VIC 3006 · Melbourne

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Microsoft Office (Level 5 / 4 Freshwater pl Southbank)

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Azure DevOps Community Product Launch + Microservices Development Sanity with Azure Dev Spaces

This month we have Lars Klint, Microsoft MVP and popular community guy (for his odd jokes :)) coming to present re Azure DevOps. This will be an interactive session on Azure DevOps and what this product launch mean for you and your team.

Presenter: Lars Klint - Microsoft MVP (Azure)
Struggling to build microservice applications efficiently? Are you constantly stepping on your own toes and losing hours, days and weeks to manage and create the complex architecture in your application? Problems with setting up new development environments to debug small part of your application?
In any microservices project these are common issues, but now there are Azure Dev Spaces to let developers work on any component in the microservice environment safely, without impeding other traffic flows. It’s like someone just sprinkled magic container unicorns over your development environment.
In this talk learn to set up and use Azure Dev Spaces from Visual Studio to quickly work with any service inside your microservice architecture, all without having any container knowledge at all.
There will be some demos of course, some swags to giveaway, pizzas and drinks, so come and join us.

About Lars Klint
Lars is an Azure instructor with A Cloud Guru, author, trainer, Microsoft MVP, community leader, aspiring Microsoft Azure expert and part time classic car collector. He is heavily involved in the space of cloud computing services, especially Azure, loves HoloLens and mixed reality, and is a published author, solution architect and writer for numerous publications. He has been a part of the software development community for the past 20 years and co-organises the DDD Melbourne community conference, organises developer events with Microsoft, and also runs a part time car restoration