https://ift.tt/2Sx1FQn The year 2019 is almost over, and usually, we take the time to look back at the year and also to find some New Year’s resolutions for the new year. Why not take all that energy and prepare for the cloud computing era and advance your career by learning Microsoft Azure. In this post, […]How to Learn Microsoft Azure in 2020 — Issues and lessons learned
As things start to wind down for the end of the year and we take a break from work to be with family and friends, you might start to think about resolutions for 2020. If one of your resolutions is to learn Azure then now is the best time to do so.
Here are some community resources to help you get started:
- Create a free Azure account: You can sign up with a Microsoft or GitHub account and get access to 12 months of popular free services, a 30-day Azure free trial with $200 to spend during that period and over 25 services that are free forever.
- Stay current with the Azure Application Developer and Languages page: This is a single, unified destination for developers and architects that covers Azure application development. The content is updated monthly.
- Free Developer’s Guide to Azure eBook: a free eBook that includes all the updates from Microsoft’s first-party conferences (Build, Ignite), along with new services and features announced since then.
- Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches, a free e-book to build your cloud computing skills quickly and efficiently.
- Azure Tips and Tricks :Azure Tips and Tricks helps developers learn something new within a couple of minutes.
- Azure.Source Newsletter where you can catch up on Azure in one post
- Microsoft.Source Newsletter where you can get the latest articles, documentation, and events from the developer community
- Azure weekly, a great way to keep up to date with what’s new each and every week
- Microsoft Learn – Azure fundamentals course. If you’re interested in the cloud, but aren’t quite sure what it can do for you? This path is the place to start.
- Azure documentation is the most comprehensive and current resource you’ll find for all of our Azure services.
Enjoy and happy learning for 2020!
Salaam, Namaste, Ola and Hello! My name is Shabaz Darr and this is the 6th day of the Azure Advent Calendar ( https://azureadventcalendar.com ). One of my main focuses in my role is Security, which is why I have chosen Azure Multi Factor Authentication as my topic for this blog.
Account passwords are historically one of the easiest security measures to hack, be it via ‘Brute Force attacks’ or users have simple passwords that are easy to guess. Attacks on organizations have become more complex over the years, however basic attacks, such as email phishing, that can be done by almost anyone are still a rather effective way of gaining access to an organizations most sensitive information.Multi-factor authentication is the process of identifying users by validating two of more characteristics that are unique to that users
Multi-factor authentication has evolved as the single most effective control to insulate an organization…
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December 1st sparks the start of Microsoft’s 25 days of serverless challanges. Each day throughout the month of December a new challenge will be published from the Microsoft Cloud Advocates. Your goal is to solve it in the programming language of your choice and then submit your solution via GitHub.
If you don’t know anything about Azure or serverless then no problem. Each challenge will provide hints to get your started
Oh no! An evil grinch has stolen all of the world’s servers! Travel around the world helping everyone replace their current solutions to common tasks with serverless technology in time for the holiday rush.
Each day’s puzzle will bring you to a new location somewhere in the world! You’ll be helping local folks in that location with some problem they have, showing how moving to serverless can help things get done! Each day’s puzzle will bring you to a new location somewhere in the world! You’ll be helping local folks in that location with some problem they have, showing how moving to serverless can help things get done!