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Web Development for Beginners now available!


Azure Cloud Advocates at Microsoft are pleased to offer a 12-week, 24-lesson curriculum all about JavaScript, CSS, and HTML basics. Each lesson includes pre- and post-lesson quizzes, written instructions to complete the lesson, a solution, an assignment and more. Our project-based pedagogy allows you to learn while building, a proven way for new skills to ‘stick’.


 


See more at: https://github.com/microsoft/Web-Dev-For-Beginners


 


Content Round Up


 


Datacenter Migration & Azure Migrate – Sarah Lean
Sarah Lean


In this Skylines Summer Session, Sarah Lean, #Microsoft #Cloud Advocate, is interviewed by Richard Hooper and Gregor Suttie and discusses


 


How to setup and run Azure Cloud Shell locally
Pierre Roman


Scripts running in Azure Cloud Shell can exceed the 20 minute timeout. Learn how to run it locally to avoid this restriction.


 


CODE Magazine – Project Tye: Creating Microservices in a .NET Way
Shayne Boyer


Project Tye: Creating Microservices in a .NET Way


 


Azure Stack Hub Partner Solutions Series – RFC
Thomas Maurer


This week in our Azure Stack Hub Partner solution video series, I am going to introduce you to Azure Stack Hub Partner RFC.


 


microsoft/Web-Dev-For-Beginners
Yohan Lasorsa


24 Lessons, 12 Weeks, Get Started as a Web Developer – microsoft/Web-Dev-For-Beginners


 


Introduction to #WebXR with Ayşegül Yönet
Aysegul Yonet


🥽 WebXR is the latest evolution in the exploration of virtual and augmented realities. Sounds interesting, right? Dive into the Basics of WebXR with Ayşegül…


 


Connect your React app to Microsoft 365
Waldek Mastykarz


With the Microsoft Graph Toolkit, you’ll be able to connect your app to Microsoft 365 in a matter of minutes. Here is how you’d do it.


 


Debug Node.js app with built-in or VS Code debugger
Yohan Lasorsa


Learn how to use built-in or VS Code debugger to fix bugs in your Node.js apps more efficiently with this series of bite-sized videos for beginners. 


 


Microsoft 365 PnP Weekly – Episode 104 – Microsoft 365 Developer Blog
Waldek Mastykarz


Connect to the latest conferences, trainings, and blog posts for Microsoft 365, Office client, and SharePoint developers. Join the Microsoft 365 Developer Program.


 


How to build an audit Azure Policy with multiple parameters
Sonia Cuff


Learn how to build an audit mode Azure Policy, to show resources that don’t have all of your required tags.


 


Azure Functions via GitHub Actions with No Publish Profile
Justin Yoo


Throughout this series, I’m going to show how an Azure Functions instance can map APEX domains, add an SSL certificate and update its public inbound IP


 


Deploy to GitHub Packages With GitHub Actions | LINQ to Fail
Aaron Powell


Let’s look at how to automate releases to GitHub Packages using GitHub Actions


 


DevOps and Machine Learning, with Henk Boelman
Henk Boelman


DevOps and Machine Learning, with Henk Boelman – Codecamp_The One with DevOps 2020 With machine learning becoming more and more an engineering problem the ne…


 


C# Corner Azure Learning and Microsoft Certification – AMA ft. Thomas Maurer
Thomas Maurer


Last week I had the honor to be a guest in the C# Corner Live AMA (Ask Me Anything) about Azure Learning and Microsoft Certification.


 


Azure Functions – Tartine & Tech
Yohan Lasorsa


Les Azure functions font partie de la stack Server less d’Azure. Dans cet épisode, Yohan vous explique en quoi ça consiste et comment créer votre premier pro…


 


OpenAPI Extension to Support Azure Functions V1
Justin Yoo


This post shows how Azure Functions v3 runtime works as a proxy to Azure Functions v1 runtime, to enable the Open API extension.


 


Wayve | Disrupting Autonomous Driving
Adi Polak


Join us for an exceptional conversation with Alex Kendall, co-founder, and CEO of Wayve, who raised more than 40M$ to kickstart the biggest vehicle academy. 


 


Using Immutable Objects with SQLite-Net
Brandon Minnick


SQLite-NET has become the most popular database, especially amongst Xamarin developers, but it hasn’t supported Immutable Objects, until now! Thanks to Init-Only Properties in C#9.0, we can now use Immutable Objects with our SQLite database!


 

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