Learn about the new Azure SDK for .NET and the improvements to performance, authentication and configuration that Microsoft's engineers have been working on in the last couple of years. Besides theoretical concepts, we will write some code to explore the new and extensible HTTP Pipeline that all Azure clients internally use, implement authentication with the new Azure.Identity library and connect our app to an Azure Storage account.
Vyron Vasileiadis holds an MSc in Space Science and a BSc in Computer Science. He is a software engineer, with 8+ years of experience, specialized in web technologies, machine & deep learning and Microsoft Azure. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer adept at planning and implementing onsite and remote training programs. He is passionate about education and the ecosystem and has taken over the role of mentor in several hackathons and incubators.
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