Learn Azure Serverless Programming Workshop
Due to the coronavirus, we are offering our workshops remotely until further notice. We are excited to continue to provide opportunities to build your tech skills during this uncertain time.
Beginning with Serverless programming is a daunting task. We are here to help. As development and the cloud become further and further intertwined, this class sets you up to advance your career!
In this fast paced workshop we start with the basics of what the Cloud is, then dive deeper into FaaS (Functions as a Service), comparing IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), onPrem strategies and patterns. While learning the larger concepts at work we use real world examples and modern architecture patterns combined with FaaS to solve business problems and deploy business ready solutions into the Cloud using Azure and C#.
Who should attend this workshop?
Those currently employed as developers or recent bootcamp graduates who are excited about the future of Serverless programming.
Are there any prior knowledge/skills required?
- General c# coding and IDE experience
- Basic knowledge of http1 protocol
What will I learn?
- How to create Azure Functions in C#
- Triggers and bindings
- Domain Driven Design
- Publish Subscribe model and Push Push model
- DevOps practices
- Azure Resource Management tooling to Azure
- IDE of choice (visual studio preferred)
- .NetCore 3.1 SDK
- Powershell (if on windows machine)
- Azure Powershell
- Azure Cli
- EventGrid Emulator
- Azure Storage Emulator
- Azure personal subscription setup
Have you lost your job due to the global pandemic?
We are offering a special discount for students who are without work. We want to help.
About Your Instructor
Cory Koehler is an experienced Agile consultant with a focus on bringing clients into the cloud with Domain Driven Design and micro service solutions. Cory seeks to stay on the bleeding edge of tech and is an early adopter of new technologies that can give businesses the edge over their competition. Cory's favorite stack is .netcore utilizing Azure serverless programming framework