Jay Gordon is a Cloud Advocate with the Microsoft Azure Advocates. He and the rest of the Advocacy team are focused on helping Developers and Ops teams get the most out of their cloud experience with Microsoft Azure. Prior to Microsoft, Jay was part of teams at DigitalOcean, BuzzFeed and MongoDB. Community is critical in his core beliefs, this is why Jay is an organizer for devopsdays NYC. Jay lives in New York City with his wife Betsy.
This week on AzureFunBytes we'll be discussing how to make your applications real-time with SignalR. SignalR is a library that developers can add real-time functionality making code push content to connected clients in an instant rather than waiting for the client to request data from the server.
The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2022.01.20 are here! We've got new posts on Octopus to deploy your apps to Azure, GitHub Actions, inner source, Terraform, and more. Let's get started!
Work on writing your code and not managing the infrastructure required. Let the Durable Functions framework take care of activity monitoring, synchronization, and runtime concerns. You can also use many of the popular programming languages you are already familiar with.
This week brings a heavy heaping of Azure DevOps from our community members. We've got posts on Power Platform, Python, Azure DevOps Pipelines, Terraform, and more! Let's get into our posts for this week.
It's a new year, time for some new posts from the community! This week's posts cover subjects like Az Modules, Pipelines, Azure API Management, repository branching, Packer, and Azure Kubernetes Service.
To talk more about WebAssembly, I’ve asked Steven Murawski, a Principal Cloud Advocate at Microsoft to come back on the show. We’ll learn about what changes to web applications are provided by WebAssembly, look at how we can integrate it with your Azure environment, and show how to get started.
I hope you've had a great holiday season so far. I have been off the last two weeks but I wanted to make sure I was able to finish the year strong with another one of these roundups from the community.
Let's take a look at what contributions came from our community this week. I am always thankful I am capable of creating these posts every week because of people like you. We've got new posts about storing your Docker images, npm modules, Azure Pipelines, Terraform, Xcode, and even Azure PowerApps!
The main goal of this is to show the viewer how to utilize an automated process to deploy applications by just pushing to a GitHub repository. If you'd like to follow along with this session, I've provided viewers with a GitHub Template with full instructions on how to deploy this solution.