Serverless - focusing on code, not plumbing!

 
English Intermediate Compute

In the session, we will cover - how to accelerate application development with serverless computing, develop apps efficiently, and solve complex orchestration problems. We will see a hands-on demo on building functions, debug locally, and operate functions at scale in the cloud and integrate services using triggers and bindings.

Speaker

Vivek Sridhar

Sr. Developer Marketing Manager - Azure Business Group at Microsoft

Vivek is a technophile and an Open Source contributor with around 14 years experience in the Software Industry and works at Microsoft as Sr.Developer Product Marketing Manager / Technology Evangelist. In his previous role, he has mentored startups/developers, speaker at conferences/meetups for DigitalOcean as Senior Developer Advocate, Co-Founder / Chief-Architect of NoodleNext Technology. He was also heading DevOps and QA at BlackBuck and was a DevOps Solution Architect at HCL (Australia) in client engagement. Vivek started his career with IBM Rational (India Software Labs) as a Software Developer and is passionate about working with the software developer. Published 3 papers in international forums which include 1 international journal.

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