17:45 doors open
18:00 - 18:45 Dinner & Drinks
18:45 - 19:45 Azure Functions: internals and future direction - Eduardo Laureano
19:45 - 20:45 t.b.d. - Asavari Tayal
20:45 - 21.15 Built with Azure Functions - Erik Lieben
21:15 - 22:15 chat
22:15 doors closing
Thanks to Effectory, food will be served at the meetup, with omnivore, vegetarian and vegan options.
Azure Functions: internals and future direction - Eduardo Laureano
Azure Functions has been a popular growing service due to how simple it makes for developers, IT-pros and data professionals to build applications in the cloud.
But how does Microsoft deliver on the serverless promise? What's next for serverless and FaaS (Functions as a service)?
This talk will go through some of the most popular aspects of Azure Functions and provide details of how it works. It will also paint the picture of what's next, with some concepts demonstrated in practice.
Eduardo Laureano, principal PM lead, Microsoft
Eduardo focuses on building serverless products on Azure, currently leading product management for Azure Functions.
He has been at Microsoft for over 15 years, with the last 5 years on PaaS and FaaS application development. Eduardo's passion is on helping others make their application development journey as easy as possible. He also swims, bikes and runs occasionally :-)
You can find him on twitter at https://twitter.com/eduardolaureano
Asavari Tayal, PM, Microsoft
Asavari is a Product Manager for Azure Functions and App Service. She is passionate about building features and experiences that can enable users from various programming backgrounds and developer communities to build smart solutions for their business and daily problems.
You can find her at twitter at https://twitter.com/tayalasavari
Built with Azure Functions - Erik Lieben
At Effectory my team recently completed a new part of our platform called 'start a survey' (more info here: https://tech.effectory.com/#what-are-we-working-on) which is running as a micro-service build with Azure Functions, Azure Storage (Queue, Table, Blob), Azure KeyVault, and Azure Service Bus. In this session, we will do a quick scan over the architecture of the system and explain what we discovered and enjoyed during the development of the system.
Erik Lieben, Software Developer, Effectory
Erik is a software developer at Effectory (http://tech.effectory.com) using a wide range of Microsoft related technologies. He is a member of the Aurelia Core team and organizer of the Aurelia Amsterdam meetup (http://www.aurelia.amsterdam) and the dotnet Amsterdam meetup (http://www.dotnet.amsterdam).
You can find him at twitter at https://twitter.com/eriklieben
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