Azure Bicep is a new domain-specific language (DSL) that enables you to simplify your resource deployment process on Azure. In this presentation, Jack Lee (Microsoft MVP) will demonstrate how you can get started with Bicep and speed up your Azure infrastructure authoring process. For those who have been using Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates, you will also learn how you can upgrade your existing ARM templates to Bicep to improve modularity and code reuse. Please RSVP at https://www.meetup.com/NorthTorontoUG/events/276562365/
Jack Lee is a Microsoft MVP and a Senior Azure Certified Consultant with a passion for software development, cloud, and DevOps innovations. He is an active Microsoft tech community contributor and has presented at various user groups and conferences, including the Global Azure Bootcamp at Microsoft Canada. Jack is an experienced mentor and judge at hackathons and is also the president of the North Toronto Cloud & DevOps User Group (NorthTorontoUG.com) which focuses on Azure, DevOps, and software development. Jack is the co-author of "Azure for Architects" and "Cloud Analytics with Microsoft Azure". He has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP for his contributions to the tech community. You can follow Jack on Twitter @jlee_consulting and his user group @NorthTorontoUG.
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