A brand new set of tips and tricks and best practices that you should know for being more productive and building more reliable and effective Logic Apps. This is not an introduction session anymore. In this session, we will go through a list of 10 new best practices, tips, and tricks addressing advanced topics like deployment, dynamic connectors configurations, etc.
Currently, Sandro is working as Integration Team Lead at DevScope (www.devscope.net). In the past years, he has been working on implementing Integration scenarios both on-premise and cloud for various clients, each with different scenarios from a technical point of view, size and criticality, using Microsoft Azure (API Management, Logic Apps, Service Bus, Event Hubs, PowerApps, Flow, …), Microsoft BizTalk Server and different technologies like AS2, EDI, RosettaNet, SAP, TIBCO and so on. Sandro is very active in the BizTalk community as a blogger at his blog (https://blog.sandropereira.com), as a member and a moderator on the MSDN BizTalk Server Forums, a TechNet Wiki author, GitHub contributor, a member of the several Integration communities, guest author at BizTalk360 (https://blogs.biztalk360.com/author/sandro) and Serverless360 (https://www.serverless360.com/blog/author/sandro), public speaker and technical reviewer of several BizTalk books all focused on Integration. He is also the author of the book “BizTalk Mapping Patterns & Best Practices” (https://www.biztalk360.com/biztalk-mapping-patterns). He has been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since January 2011 for his contributions to the world-wide BizTalk Server community (https://mvp.microsoft.com/en-us/PublicProfile/4030655) and currently holds MCTS: BizTalk Server 2006 and BizTalk Server 2010 certifications. You can contact Sandro at firstname.lastname@example.org (Twitter: @sandro_asp)
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