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Deploying Real World Workloads to Azure
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We will cover patterns and practices for deploying workloads to Azure. Vikas will talk about the patterns, then Dave about how to implement them in Azure and Mark rounds off the session with Azure Stack.

SharePoint & Angular Elements
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Angular Elements is an Angular Labs project that allows Angular developers to use the skills they know from building Angular applications and extend them to make reusable components that run in SharePoint and on the web.  This session will provide you an overview of Angular Elements and walk through building a SharePoint web part using… READ MORE

Overcoming the Barriers to Hybrid SharePoint
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Join us for an all-star panel discussion featuring Eric Overfield MVP, Vesa Juvonen, Microsoft, Vlad Catrinescu MVP, Jussi Roine, Microsoft Regional Director & more on the top barriers to Hybrid SharePoint, with expert recommendations on how to mitigate the real or perceived risks of a hybrid strategy. Based on independent research conducted by CollabTalk and… READ MORE

Women in Technology Lunch: 5 Steps of Empowering Female Leadership
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Hear Karuana Gatimu talk about the five steps of empowering female leadership that are for everyone including our male friends. After 25 years in the technology business she wanted to share actionable guidance to help others take ownership of their career trajectory. Alongside her position in Microsoft Teams Engineering Karuana runs the Women of Color… READ MORE

Running Containerised Workloads on Azure
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Using containers is rapidly becoming the new standard. Why? Because it is a great way to deploy workloads. They combine your application with the prerequisites into one package that will run on any server that supports the feature. But what exactly is a container and how does it work under the hood? And when you… READ MORE

Hackathon Results Session 2017
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Awards and Demo Session.  Come ready to demo your solution in our Demo and Awards session! We’ll review what worked — and what didn’t work — for our various teams that created a demo.