Azure Schema Registry provides a central repository for schemas for event-driven and messaging-centric applications. It allows producers and consumers to exchange data without having to manage and share the schema. Learn about the Azure Schema Registry client libraries in this blog post.
You may have heard that Go version 1.18 has been released. This release introduced support for generic code using parameterized types. After applying new language features and learnings from user studies, we've released new beta versions of the Azure SDK for Go management modules. We believe the new versions will provide a better development ...
Learn how we create the Azure SDK management libraries that allows your code to communicate with over 100 Azure services. We'll cover the general process, common terms, and how our SDK can benefit you.
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