Gavin Payne talks about how tech events are changing, and what you as a speaker can do to better accommodate your audience.
The TechNet Pod is a monthly podcast that rounds up everything that’s been happening on Microsoft UK’s technical channels, including TechNet UK, @MSDevUK and @TechNetUK. In this episode we chat with Alice Daish, a data scientist for The British Museum.
Cloud application development isn’t always straightforward. Whether you’re new to the cloud, or a seasoned pro, take a look at these 5 tips for successful Azure app development.
The UK Cloud Skills Report suggests businesses are not prepared for the accelerating demand for cloud skills. Alex Bennett takes a look at the key details of the report, and what it might mean to you.
Today, Microsoft Tech Summit in Birmingham opened to approximately 2,000 people at the NEC. It kick started a 2-day event that will teach attendees (and people viewing the on-demand content after the fact) about the latest in Microsoft’s broad line-up of technology.
Last month, we hosted a three-day long, MVP-led TechDays Online. All 18 sessions are available to be viewed on-demand via Channel 9, so don’t miss out on topics including bots, Linux on Azure, Xamarin, Quantum Computing, IoT and more!
The TechNet Pod is a monthly podcast that rounds up everything that’s been happening on Microsoft UK’s technical channels, including TechNet UK, @MSDevUK and @TechNetUK. This month, we talk Linux in our interview with Matt Saunders and Jack Moore, two co-organisers of London DevOps.
Launching April 6 2017, the Apprenticeship Levy aims to give employers a big incentive to train new talent. Alex Bennett of Firebrand Training takes a look at what this means for the industry, and how to best take advantage of it.
Improving staff productivity is paramount to many tech businesses today, this article looks into a few ways to improve staff productivity using a few different techniques, apps and software.
Businesses are always seeking new ways to improve their efficiency. This really shouldn’t come as any surprise. After all, improved efficiency means a reduction in costs, which in turn means greater revenue.