Code, Serverless Containers, and Cloud: Azure Container Apps for Developers

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Do you want to build and develop serverless containers on a cloud platform such as Microsoft Azure? In this session, you will learn about the important technical concepts you need to know about building and developing Azure containers. The session explores serverlesss containers such Azure Container Apps and its key useful features for cloud development of microservices. Regardless of whether you are new, you will learn how to get started developing with and building your code with ACA and leverage the power of Azure with it.


Jonah Andersson

Senior Azure Consultant at Solidify, Cloud DevSecOps Engineer • Microsoft MVP • Microsoft Certified Trainer • MCT Regional Lead • Book Author

Jonah Andersson is a Developer, Cloud & DevOps Engineer in Sweden. She works as a Senior Azure Consultant at Solidify AB. With academic background in Computer Science and System Development, Jonah specializes in .NET technologies and has cloud development expertise in Microsoft Azure. As a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Microsoft Azure technologies, as a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and international public speaker, Jonah has earned a reputation as a cloud computing and development expert. She wrote and has authored a book on the fundamentals of Microsoft Azure titled Learning Microsoft Azure: Cloud Computing and Development Fundamentals (O'Reilly Media). Jonah enjoys tackling complex problems and is passionate about developing modern applications in .NET using modern cloud technologies like Azure. She is committed to continuous learning and enjoys connecting with other developers through tech communities and international public events. In addition to her technical work, Jonah is a committed and inclusive community leader in the Nordics. She founded and is leading the Azure User Group Sweden, a tech community focused on Azure for cloud development. Jonah advocates for gender equality, diversity, and inclusion in the tech industry. She was awarded as the Developer of the Year at Nordic Women in Tech Awards. She volunteers as a mentor to young women seeking to build careers in tech and is a passionate public speaker on these topics. Jonah is also the co-host of the ExtendWomenInTech Podcast, where she shares inspiration to inspire tech and promote inclusive tech for everyone.

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