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Promo Join Microsoft in Victoria, London for Developer Cloud Camp on 2 June. During this all-day training course, you will learn how to:

  • Build, Deploy, Scale!
  • Learn how to use ASP.NET to deploy Microsoft Azure Websites and Cloud Services in a multi-tier application using Microsoft Visual Studio 2013.
  • Build mobile applications using Microsoft Azure Mobile Services and scale/manage them.
  • Build applications using Azure VMs and Virtual Networks.

You’ll spend a lot of time in Visual Studio following lab guides, but there will be experienced Azure people in the room to answer your questions. There will be a series of introductory presentation/demo sessions followed by structured lab-time that solidifies your theoretical knowledge by getting you to actually code, build and deploy live Microsoft Azure services in a planned, organised and controlled way.

Learn more about Cloud Camp and sign up for this training day Developer Cloud Camp here.

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