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It's 2018. Why aren't you using Azure Search?
Open up your website. Click Search. Tell me, do you like what you see? Are you BLOWN AWAY by the functionality? Does it return the exact results you were looking for, and let you customize what you see? I’m betting that there’s more than a little room for improvement. Don’t worry, most people are in the same boat. What if I told you could build amazing search experiences with just a little bit of code – all backed by Microsoft’s Cloud? By implementing Azure Search into your sites, you can quickly provide result faceting, inline highlighting, synonym mapping, and even customized text analyzers. My name is Bryan Soltis and I’m a Technical Evangelist and Kentico and Microsoft Azure MVP. In this session, I’m going to introduce you to this often-overlooked cousin of the Azure family and show you how to build some amazing search solutions. And maybe a few Simpsons quotes along the way. Bryan Soltis is a Technical Evangelist at Kentico and Microsoft Azure MVP. With nearly 20 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 .NET, Azure, and Kentico to their fullest potentials. And he really likes beer.

Pensacola State College

1000 College Boulevard · Pensacola, FL

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    What we're about

    The goal of the Pensacola SQL Server Users Group is to provide free training on a variety of topics surrounding the Microsoft Data Platform for local DBAs and Data professionals. We'll be hosting nightly meetings typically once a month, as well as, hosting a PASS SQLSaturday event that is held one time per year. The monthly meetings will consist of volunteer speakers, both experienced and those wanting to get into technical presenting; good eats provided by our sponsors and Seville Quarter; open forum discussion and networking time. Meetings will be held the last Thursday of the month.

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