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Upcoming events (2)

Demystifying Helm - Donovan Brown

Online event

Topic:
Demystifying Helm
Helm is an incredibly powerful tool but can be very intimidating to learn. In this session, we will start from an empty folder and learn what a Helm chart is made of and how the true power. After this session you be able to read existing charts and build your own.

Bio:
Donovan Brown is a Partner Program Manager in the Azure CTO Incubations team at Microsoft. The Incubations team focuses on forward-looking development and innovation to facilitate the development of new projects and ideas. Before joining Microsoft, Donovan spent seven years as a Process Consultant and a Certified Scrum Master. Donovan has traveled the globe helping companies develop solutions using agile practices in many industries. Donovan is an avid programmer, often finding ways to integrate software into his other hobbies and activities.

Al Rodriguez - CRUD Your Cloud with C# and Pulumi

Online event

Speaker:
Al Rodriguez

Title:
CRUD Your Cloud with C# and Pulumi

Abstract:
How do you CRUD your cloud? A lot of YAML? Some Terraform HCL sprinkled in? Maybe a few bash scripts the team is too scared to modify? Manually clicking around the portal UI? I'm betting it's a mix of different technologies no one has the time to fully learn.
Lets get together and talk about Pulumi, a tool to Create/Read/Update/Delete the cloud infrastructure services you manage. Pulumi lets you CRUD your Cloud with a handful of programming languages. But to keep things simple, we'll only use C# in this presentation.

Bio:
Al has been a programmer focusing on .NET development for over a decade and has worked on a wide range of applications in that time. Like a website you haven't heard of, a website you have heard of, and a website you've seen but forgot about. If you like bad jokes, you can follow him on Twitter @ProgrammerAL. If you like good jokes, follow @sarahcpr. Al has no association with her, Sarah is just really funny.

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.Net Conf 2021 Review

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