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Microsoft Azure is an incredibly powerful cloud service. This learning path, specifically created for intermediate-level Azure developers, allows you to keep abreast of new developments and functionality in Azure.
Explore new functionality in Azure.
Create more complex Azure applications.
Understand intermediate Azure application development concepts.
Scaling Applications with Microsoft Azure with Tiago Costa
Learn how to scale your applications with Microsoft Azure. Explore scaling options and learn how to configure and write code for autoscale, as well as implement Azure CDN.
1h 30m • COURSE
Azure for Developers: API Management with Robby Millsap
Explore the features available in Azure API Management. Learn how to set up and publish a robust set of APIs, taking into account implications for security, performance, and more.
1h 13m • COURSE
Developing CI/CD Solutions with Azure DevOps with Adrienne Braganza Tacke
Learn how to set up proper source control for your web app and configure a fully automated continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline in Azure.
57m 54s • COURSE
Azure Cosmos DB: SQL API Deep Dive with Sidney Andrews
1h 1m • COURSE
Microsoft Azure Synapse for Developers with Nertil Poci
Get up and running with Azure Synapse (formerly known as Azure SQL Data Warehouse), a powerful analytics service that blends big data analytics with data warehousing.
1h 39m • COURSE
Azure for Developers: Introduction to the Microsoft Identity Platform with Sidney Andrews
Get up and running with the Microsoft Identity Platform. This course steps through the fundamentals of the platform, along with how to use MSAL in C# code.
1h 5m • COURSE
Azure Service Fabric for Developers with Rodrigo Díaz Concha
Learn about the main benefits of Azure Service Fabric, as well as how to build Service Fabric applications for the cloud or on premises.
1h 49m • COURSE
Azure for Developers: Security Best Practices with Karl Ots
Learn how to secure your apps by leveraging key Azure tools and best practices. This course can also prepare you for the Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure (AZ-203) exam.
1h 12m • COURSE
You'll learn Azure development skills with these experts.
Tiago Costa is a cloud architect, trainer, and advisor for the Microsoft cloud.
For nearly 20 years, Tiago has spent his professional life architecting and developing solutions using Microsoft technologies such as Azure, Office 365, SharePoint, .NET, and SQL Server. He boasts strong, real-world experience and regularly delivers training around the world, mainly in Microsoft Azure but also in technologies like SharePoint, .NET, and SQL Server.
He has earned several Microsoft certifications and is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). In 2013, he was nominated as an MCT regional lead by Microsoft Corporation, and he's been renewed every year since. In 2016, Tiago was awarded the Microsoft MVP Award in Office Server and Services due to his community efforts in promoting Microsoft products and sharing his knowledge and experiences with others. In July 2018, he switched categories, moving to Microsoft Azure due to his focus on the Microsoft cloud.
He spends his free time with his family in a city near sunny Lisbon, Portugal.
Robby "Sap" Millsap is an author, conference speaker, and software engineer.
Sap has over two decades of experience in software development and DevOps. He has been a LinkedIn Learning instructor since 2017 and is currently a senior software engineer with Trek Bicycle Corporation.
A humorous and engaging speaker, Sap made the life-altering decision to focus on creating courses and speaking at conferences after falling asleep during a particularly boring tech session in Orlando in 2014. He incorporates his experience as a stand-up comedian, singer, and passionate educator in his courses and sessions. More than anything, Sap enjoys reading, riding awesome Trek bikes, and infrequent hugs from his teenage kids. You can learn more about him at his website (iamsap.com).
Adrienne Braganza Tacke is an author and engineer who enjoys teaching others about software development.
Defecting from the "natural" path of nursing, Adrienne chose to major in management information systems at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. After almost eight years as a software engineer, she has worked in several industries, including healthcare and higher education. Currently, she is a software development engineer at DebtTrader, where she revels in the challenges of modernizing the spreadsheet-based fintech industry.
In her spare time, Adrienne is also an international speaker, instructor, author, and advocate for STEM education. Adrienne's first book, Coding for Kids: Python, has consistently been in the top 10 list of best-selling children's programming books on Amazon. She also regularly visits with schools to speak to students about being a software engineer and the power of code. When not visiting with eager STEM students, Adrienne speaks at tech conferences across the U.S. and Europe. Follow Adrienne on Twitter and Instagram @AdrienneTacke to see what she's up to now.
Sidney Andrews is an Azure MVP and a Microsoft Certified Training regional lead.
Sidney has authored multiple online courses for developers, IT professionals, and database administrators. He has also authored official courseware for multiple certification exams, including 70-532, 70-535, AZ-200, AZ-201, and most recently AZ-203. Sidney has been featured as a presenter on Channel 9, Ignite and Build. His specialties include Azure, NoSQL, XAML, C#, and TypeScript. Sidney is a native of Richmond, Virginia.
Nertil works with different companies around the globe to help them bring their products to market. He has a master's degree in computer science with a focus in software architecture. One of his main passions is discovering new tools and libraries. Knowing what tools are available can make building apps much easier and gives you the confidence you need when a challenging task comes along. Nertil enjoys building practical open-source apps in his spare time; it's how he stays up to date with the latest technologies and contributes back to the open-source community.
Rodrigo Díaz Concha is a solutions architect and Microsoft Regional Director with 20+ years of experience.
Rodrigo is a certified Carnegie Mellon SEI Software Architecture Professional. He has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP for over a decade, currently in both the Developer Technologies and Microsoft Azure categories. In addition, he is a Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster, MCSD, MCTS, MCPD, and MCP.
As the chief software architect at Lumedhealth, he builds digital health and telemedicine solutions focused on transforming people's lives. He also has the distinction of writing the first books about Microsoft Silverlight 5 and Xamarin.Forms in the Spanish language. Rodrigo is a frequent speaker at Microsoft and non-Microsoft events all over Latin America, the US, and Europe.
Karl Ots is a cloud and cybersecurity expert, as well as an author, speaker, and patented inventor.
Karl believes that cloud technologies are the key to successful digital transformation. He possesses a broad range of Azure expertise, which he leverages in his work as VP of cloud security at Swiss Re.
Karl has been working with Microsoft Azure since 2011, tackling everything from providing technology leadership to enterprise customers to speaking at technology conferences such as Microsoft Ignite and (ISC)² Secure Summit. Karl is a Microsoft Regional Director, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Azure, and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).