Sidney Andrews is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and Azure MVP with SeeSharpRun.NET. He has a background in ASP.NET web development along with extensive experience developing applications using XAML. Sidney has driven efforts to develop and deliver Azure readiness training through channels such as the Ignite Conference, Microsoft Virtual Academy, Microsoft Official Courseware, internal Microsoft training and even public whitepapers. Sidney is the author of multiple free, online courses on XAML, Cloud and Web development on edX.org. Sidney also leads efforts to open-source traditional classroom training for Azure using GitHub.
The Microsoft Patterns & Practices (PNP) team has created guidance for developers on the Microsoft stack for years that is proven and validated by product teams internal to Microsoft, customers using the products and top-tier partners/experts in the community. Years ago, the PNP team created a set of 24 patterns called the Cloud Design Patterns that offered guidance on how to develop software for the cloud.
In this talk, we will look at some of the most used design patterns, the business problem they seek to solve and example implementations. We will talk about why these patterns can make a huge difference when developing your Azure solutions. We are going to focus in on patterns such as the Competing Consumers and Valet Key, and then walk through example implementations and use cases with Azure services. We will also talk about some of the other guidance created by the PNP team (ARM Building Blocks, HA-BigData, Architecture Guidance) and how you can use it on your current projects.
Lunch and beverages will be served. If you have questions, please call Cathy Redford at Synergy Technical[masked]-7629. Please RSVP today!
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