It is summertime and naturally we all want to enjoy it, right? Microsoft is scheduled to hold its annual signature event for partners – called Microsoft Inspire in few weeks.
What is Microsoft Inspire?
It is a conference held annually by Microsoft Corporation for its partner organizations and community around the globe. At Microsoft Inspire, partners learn about the Microsoft’s technology announcements for the upcoming year and experience the latest product innovations while learning new skills and techniques.
Usually, it starts with a keynote from Satya Nadella – a Microsoft CEO and Board Director, followed by other Microsoft executives, featured speakers, business-track specific offerings, and hundreds of sessions.
How to Register?
This year, the Microsoft Inspire will be a virtual event and #free. Thank you, Microsoft, for opening this event for every organization and people!
Please use the link below to register and don’t forget to pick/book your sessions from Schedule once your registration is completed.
I had a great opportunity to attend an OpenHack Serverless event and guided my team in their hacking adventure. It was a great training/hacking event where participants team up to solve a close, real-world problem using the technology.
What my team did?
My team consisted of five professionals who had various levels of experience with Azure and its Serverless tech stack. As a team they were able to overcome a number of success criteria by solving problems and unlocking next challenges over the day. A number of different serverless technologies have been used in this event, such as:
Azure Logic App
Azure Cosmos DB
Azure Key Vault
Azure Event Grid
Azure Event Hub
How coaches help their Team?
As their Coach, I have leveraged my understanding of how to build and deploy an Azure Serverless solution and lead my team to learn and follow best practices through a Serverless OpenHack event.
My team will leverage these skills to understand and explain the serverless tech challenges to a diverse team of customers. Each participant of this event also provided product feedback directly to Microsoft employees.
If you get an opportunity to participate in a Microsoft OpenHack event, don’t miss that. You will be really challenged with your skills and learn much more while enjoying the event.