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Introducing new previews for Azure management libraries

We’re excited to announce that a new set of Azure management libraries for Java, .NET and Python are now in Public Preview. These libraries follow the Azure SDK guidelines and share a number of core features such as authentication protocols, HTTP retries, logging, and transport protocols.

Dependency Management for Java

It is common practice to reuse software libraries to speed up development. However, it introduces a problem of dependency management in your project. I will break down some of our solutions for dependency management in Java. You will learn how to use Maven and Gradle for this task, and how to troubleshoot dependency conflicts along the way. ...
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Process data in real-time with Java and Azure Event Hubs

In my position with the Azure SDK team, I'm fortunate to talk to a lot of customers about their needs. Most applications can be categorized into big buckets where we can see the same design patterns repeated. One of those categories is data processing.
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Pluggable HTTP Modules with the Azure SDK for Java

When we re-imagined the Azure SDK, we came up with some key principles that we would use when writing the SDK: There are more details behind these simple principles, but these are our guides when designing the client libraries. When we designed the initial HTTP pipeline for the Azure SDK for Java, we made specific choices that are ...
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Authentication and the Azure SDK

How do your apps identify themselves to the cloud resources you are using? This is one of the most important considerations when building a cloud-native app. When you write a service, you should be able to take the same code and run it on your dev box and in any of the Azure clouds without code changes.

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