Sometimes all you want to do is concentrate on the solution.
What is if there was a DevKit, that could help you to get familiar with IoT Hub and other IoT services in Azure?
This is the first session in a series I am talking about how to get started with IoT in Azure.
Together with Cloud Lunch and Learn I am going to run a series of sessions focusing on IoT on Azure in February. I am going to end it with a Microsoft Azure IoT Workshop in March.
What would you say, if I said, you can access the RTX3090 you have in WSL2? Or use xclock in windows?
In Azure, IoT architecture does not need to be separate from rest of the infrastructure in Azure. As a matter of fact, it should be part of it.
The foundation for a house is very important. Same goes for any cloud solution.
Today I had a session on Virtual Azure Community Day. I covered basics of how to run SQL Server for Linux, and also some advance HA scenarios.
Cloud Lunch and Learn is an initiative provided by the community, for the community, to allow everyone to learn with sessions related to the Cloud, while they are enjoying their lunch and break.
Since 2016, Windows has been shipping with a built in Linux Kernel. This (not so) hidden kernel is targeted for towards people who need to run Windows and Linux side by side.
Today I had a session at Global Azure Bootcamp.
Today I had a session at AI Shift. The first virtual conference I attended.