Thank you to everyone from the Milwaukee Azure User Group that attended my talk earlier this week. Let me know if any questions didn’t get answered. Attached are the slides and the code from the demo:
Thank you to everyone that attended my talk at That Conference this last week. I appreciated the great turn out and all of the great questions. My apologies on not being able to attend the follow up Open Spaces session. Unfortunately somebody changed the time and I was unable to attend due to other session commitments. Please reach out to me directly or start a conversation in the comments if you would like to talk more about this talk or more advanced topics.
At work I’ve been doing some research into private cloud options. We hope to launch a private cloud (focused on development, not production) to host our build servers, test systems, tools like TFS and Git, and anything else we think of. Digging into Microsoft’s Private Cloud offering turned out to be challenging. There are many articles and videos explaining how to use it once it is up and running, but I could not find a single guide on how to create one from scratch, so I thought I would document what I have done to save someone else the trouble.