Did you miss //AzureReady last month? Not to worry, as you can now catch up on all of the presentations on-demand!
Held out of the Brooklyn Bowl in London last month, //AzureReady was a day packed full of terrific presentations on cloud computing. There were eleven talks across the day, plus plenty of networking opportunities, great food and even bowling after the event had concluded. Not bad for a free event!
If you missed out, don’t worry! We know that not everyone who wanted to attend could make it, so we have every session recorded and on YouTube for you to check out at your own pace. You can find a playlist with every talk from //AzureReady here.
If you’re unsure where to start, try the event’s keynote by David Chappell. He offers some great insights into the current state of play and how you can best take advantage of new technologies in the modern world. If you enjoy his talk, you’ll be pleased to hear that he also presents on the topic of operational data services later on in the event.
When the event split into two tracks, our speakers dug deep into specific use cases. Take a look at the playlist to see if there’s anything that takes you fancy, especially if you want to see the talks from the opposite track you chose on the day! There are talks on DevOps, Blockchain, IoT and more!
Want to make sure you attend the next big Microsoft event? Well, we have a few coming up that you won’t want to miss out on!
TechDays Online (February 20-22)
Join us for the first Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) led TechDays Online of 2017. Each session will be led by MVPs from the UK and across the world, along with Microsoft Technical Evangelists. It’s a three day online event that’s not to be missed! Register here.
Microsoft Tech Summit Birmingham (March 27-28)
Build your cloud and infrastructure skills with a two-day free technical training event at the end of March. There are going to be a huge number of talks across both days, so be sure to give the agenda a look and see what takes your fancy! Register here.
Even if you can’t make these events, know that you can keep track of all upcoming events on our dedicated events page. This includes events that are run by Microsoft, as well as usergroups and third party events that we think you might find useful. Consider bookmarking it and checking back every so often!