Luper’s Learnings – Azure Technical Community for Partners (September 2017)


Welcome to the September 2017 monthly edition of Luper’s Learnings.

Here we are at the end of September. With Ignite coming to a close today, I have lots and lots to share with you.

Grab a cup of coffee, other beverage or, perhaps even a snack as you settle in for this jumbo edition of Luper’s Learnings. Remember to stay in touch via Twitter and email.

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Here’s what I’ve learned in the last month…

 

    • Suresh Kumar posted Celebrating the completion of the most advanced subsea cable across the Atlantic.  Marea, Spanish for tide, is a joint project between Microsoft, Facebook and global telecommunication infrastructure company Telxius. Lying more than 17,000 feet below the ocean’s surface, Marea is the most technologically advanced subsea cable to cross the Atlantic Ocean, and the first cable to connect Virginia and Spain, landing in Virginia Beach and Bilbao.
    • techradar shared Leaked Microsoft Whiteboard app boasts some slick new stylus tricks. This app comes with the Surface Hub and was in preview via the Windows Store but isn’t currently available there. I’ll keep my eyes open for it to come back as it’s a great way to whiteboard if you have a screen with a pen!

Back issues of Luper’s Learnings are available via the archive at http://blogs.technet.com/luperslearnings for your convenience and perusal.

Whether you’ve read this on Friday, over your weekend or at the beginning of the week, thanks for sticking with me and making it to the bottom of the September Luper’s Learnings. You’ve continued to be such a supportive and vocal group, keep sharing topics of interest for future editions.


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