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Using Azure IoT and Azure serverless services to create remote desktop hub

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This session is part of the 'Solve real-world problems with Microsoft Azure serverless and IaC' series

Series Description
This series will teach you how to use Cloud Development Kit for Terraform (CDK-TF) and Microsoft Azure serverless services. First, you will learn how to build everything as code, and we will teach you how to solve several real-world problems with just Azure Functions and short-lived Azure container instance. All projects covered in the series are opensource.

What is the session about?
This talk will cover our Azure Hybrid Cloud Lab Environment. It is a Serverless Azure IoT Application to establish a private remote channel. It allows users to access a physical lab computer from their own home during the pandemic or for distance learning. This project treats the bare metal PCs in the lab as a private cloud without virtualization by scheduling a private connection to individual users based on a class calendar.
Who is it aimed at?
Azure users who are interested in Azure IoT, Infrastructure as Code and serverless.
Why should you attend?
To learn how to use Azure Functions and how they handle data from Azure IoT.

Speaker Bio's

Liam Hampton, Regional Cloud Advocate
Liam is a Regional Cloud Advocate at Microsoft. He is an IoT hobbyist, a podcast co-host and a Software Engineer with multiple Professional Cloud Certifications. He is passionate about cloud computing, clean code and creating simple and concise content for others. When he is not writing code or presenting, you'll either find him searching for the next best eatery in London, studying different cultures or at the airport jetting of to explore the next city on his TODO list.

Connect with Liam

Twitter: https://twitter.com/liamchampton
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liam-conroy-hampton/

Cyrus Wong
Senior Lecturer, Cloud Innovation Centre - IT Department of Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Lee Wai Lee).
Cyrus Wong is Senior Lecturer in the Cloud Innovation Centre within the Department of Information Technology (IT) of the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Lee Wai Lee). He has achieved all major cloud vendor Certifications and actively promotes the use of cloud in different media and events. His projects have received four Hong Kong ICT Awards in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2020, and all winning projects are running solely on Cloud using Data Science and Machine Learning technique. Cyrus also helps to deliver the full-time course “Higher Diploma in Cloud and Data Centre Administration,” which is the first tertiary course in Asia dedicated to providing Cloud Technology training. The course is committed to providing Microsoft Learn training to Hong Kong students and Cyrus is a Microsoft Certified Trainer.

Jerry Lee
Student of Higher Diploma in Cloud and Data Centre Administration- IT Department of Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Lee Wai Lee)
Jerry is Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals, Azure AI Fundamentals, and Azure Data Fundamentals. He is good at all major cloud vendor technologies and works on his cloud engineer interns job at an international consulting team. He loves to play AI autonomous and won several international races.

Microsoft Ignite: What to expect, what to learn

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Are you new to Microsoft Ignite? Or just want to learn how to get the most from your digital conference experience? We understand – Microsoft Ignites literally has dozens of technical sessions & regional tracks – and we’re here to help. Keynotes are packed with new announcements. There’s the Connection Zone for engaging with experts and peers. And the Learning Zone for skilling-up on the latest new open source and Microsoft Cloud alike. So where to begin? Join Cloud Advocates, Microsoft MVPs, and Student Ambassadors as we share how we’ve personally navigated and created opportunity from our experience. We’ll feature upcoming Microsoft Ignite speakers sharing how they keep up with the pace of digital transformation and make a real difference. We’ll also explore Microsoft Ignite from the perspective of various job roles – as a Data Scientist or Cloud Native Dev, Founder or DevSecOps Engineer – and share our recommendations for how to skill-up on the latest. Meet new people, join the conversation, and share your own perspective as we get ready for Microsoft Ignite!

Build A Facility Maintenance App with Microsoft Power Apps

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This session is part of the LowCode October series where you learn how you can use applications and services in Power Platform to accelerate digital transformation of business processes. In this series, we will walk you through how to create a Facility Maintenance Application Using Microsoft Power Apps, automate the notification process with Microsoft Power Automate, and Analyze the data with Microsoft Power BI.

Power Platform skill is a valuable skill that will open doors for you in your career

Visit the link for more details on your onboarding: https://aka.ms/BuildFacilityMaintenanceApp

What is the session about?

Facility maintenance is an important culture to achieve an excellent and conducive buildings on campuses. This includes lecture theaters, roads on campuses, Laboratory, etc.
The cost of maintenance is relatively cheaper to building a new structure or constructing a new road. If well maintained, these structures and constructions will serve longer and save the university cost.
This application will allow students and university employees to report damages seen in their classrooms and other facilities on campus. It gives the University Facility Maintenance a proactive means to keep the facilities up and running.
In this session, You will learn

  • How to design a database for a define project
  • How to build a Power Apps application with the ability to upload picture
  • How to add multiple screen to Power Apps Application
  • How to View uploaded pictures directly within Power Apps
  • How to Share your Application with others
  • and many more

Who is it aimed at?

This session is for students, early career and professionals who is interested in learning a skill that can accelerate their career.
If you are interested in what Power Platform can do, this session is for you.


To follow along, you need to access the onboarding resources here: https://aka.ms/BuildFacilityMaintenanceApp

You will need to have a Microsoft Power Platform License. We get you covered in case you don't have this click here https://aka.ms/BuildFacilityMaintenanceApp to setup a Microsoft Developer Account and a Microsoft Power Apps Developer Account. This will give you access to all the services and Licenses you will need to follow along and build your own solution.


Someleze Diko
I am a young, passionate individual who has always been involved with initiatives that seek to upskill people from all walks of life with the ability to use technology to better themselves in the way that they live and work. Today, I am a Power Platform Cloud Advocate at Microsoft focusing on making the Power Platform space amazing for citizen and professional developers of all backgrounds.

Olanrewaju Oyinbooke
Olanrewaju is a Microsoft Senior Academic Cloud Advocate, Data Management Expert, Data Scientist, Business Intelligence Analyst and Power Platform Evangelist with over six (6) years of freelance and corporate experience spanning across Education, FinTech, and InsurTech space.

He is passionate about fixing the technical skill gap needed to accelerate Africa’s growth. Before joining Microsoft, Olanrewaju led the Data Management Office of a Multinational Insurance Company where he oversees the Data Science Team, Data Governance, Data Quality and Maturity Team as well as drive automation initiative across the organization.

Olanrewaju was a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Certified Trainer, and Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP) with over 10 relevant Microsoft Certifications, he is now a Microsoft Cloud Advocate and an active leader in Microsoft Power User Group in Nigeria

Moderator: Favour Adeshina
Favour is a Power Platform Developer Advocate. Passionate about empowering students and recent graduates with technology, Favour works with teams around the globe to host and speak at events on topics related to AI, Low-Code Development, Cloud Computing and other soft skills. Favour is an active tech community leader who have led several student communities such as Google Developer Student Club, Codecademy Student Communities and even Microsoft communities in his campus. He is also the current leader for Power Platform User Group Ado-Ekiti.

An Evening of Blazor by Coding After Work

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Blazor is growing fast and this evening we will talk about Blazor.
You will learn how to create interactive web applications using C# and Blazor.

By leveraging Razor syntax, we can create components that can run on the server with Blazor Server, and in the web browser using Blazor WebAssembly.
We (the company I work for) have been running Blazor in production for almost 3 years now.
I will show you how Blazor works, how to write code, and also share some of the tips, tricks, and learnings we have collected over the years.

There will be plenty of time for questions so bring them all =)

Jimmy Engström has been developing ever since he was 7 years old and got his first computer.

He loves to be on the cutting edge of technology, trying new things.
When he got wind of Blazor, he immediately realized the potential and adopted it already when it was in beta. He has been running Blazor in production since it was launched by Microsoft.
He is the author of "Web Development with Blazor" and the co-host of Coding After Work (podcast and stream).
His passion for the .NET industry and community has taken him around the world, speaking about development. Microsoft has recognized this passion by awarding him the
Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award 9 years in a row.
He occasionally blogs at www.engstromjimmy.com.


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