Jay Gordon

Senior Program Manager, Azure Cosmos DB

Jay Gordon is a Senior Program Manager with Azure Cosmos DB focused on reaching developer communities. Jay is located in Brooklyn, NY.

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Are you up for the Azure Cosmos DB Cloud Skills Challenge!?

The Azure Cosmos DB Developer Cloud Skills Challenge is here! This is a chance to expand your knowledge of Azure Cosmos DB on the road to certification. The challenge helps developers start building cloud-native applications with a fully managed NoSQL database. Across about 20 hours of instruction, you’ll learn to build, scale, and ...

Antipatterns on Azure Cosmos DB

This post was authored by Microsoft MVP and Azure Cosmos DB community champion Blaize Stewart.  You can reach Blaize (@theonemule) on Twitter. Software developers of all kinds love patterns. They give us reusable ideas that can be applied in many different contexts. We also have antipatterns: bad practices and habits that crop up enough ...

Azure Cosmos DB SQL Studio is a Hidden Gem!

This post was authored by Microsoft MVP and Azure Cosmos DB community champion Hasan Savran.  You can reach Hasan (@SavranWeb) on Twitter.  Azure Cosmos DB Core (SQL) API has many features that can help you with your cloud projects in Microsoft Azure. Most of these features; especially the new ones are at the SDK level, and you need to ...

Azure Cosmos DB at Microsoft Build 2022 Review – Episode 45

Welcome back!  We hope you enjoyed all the content and updates from the 2022 edition of Microsoft Build. Developers were able to watch and virtually attend over 500 different live sessions covering topics ranging from Java, Kubernetes, and Azure Cosmos DB, and more! Check out the video below for the full recap on the new and exciting features...

Azure Cosmos DB Live TV Episode 43 – Data Modeling for the Relational Mind

Azure Cosmos DB Live TV returns with episode 43, where Principal Program Manager, Mark Brown and Microsoft MVP Sarah Dutkiewicz showcase how the relational mind can into the nonrelational side by looking at the differences in data modeling. They will walk through a common scenario and how relational modeling differs from modeling for document ...

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