Azure Tips and Tricks Part 118 - FREE E-book titled Azure Quick Start Guide for .NET Developers

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Most folks aren’t aware of how powerful the Azure platform really is. As I’ve been presenting topics on Azure, I’ve had many people say, “How did you do that?” So I’ll be documenting my tips and tricks for Azure in these posts.

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FREE E-book titled Azure Quick Start Guide for .NET Developers

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I’m pleased to announce a new FREE eBook that myself, Barry Luijbregts, Cesar de la Torre and Beth Massi recently completed called, “Azure Quick Start Guide for .NET Developers”. The book is created for a .NET developer or architect who wants to get started with Microsoft Azure. This guide will show you how to get started with Azure and which services you can use to run your .NET applications and store your data in a more efficient and secure way.

Chapters cover the following :

  • Chapter 1: Azure for .NET developers
  • Chapter 2: Getting Started with Azure services
  • Chapter 3: Storing your data in Azure
  • Chapter 4: Securing your .NET applications in Azure
  • Chapter 5: Other Azure services
  • Chapter 6: Tools for developing, debugging and troubleshooting
  • Chapter 7: Summary and how to get started for free
  • Chapter 8: Meet the team

The book weighs in around 33 pages and is a must read for .NET Developers interested in learning Azure. The team would love feedback of any sort, so feel free to contact us via Twitter.

BONUS: Free E-book titled “The Developers Guide to Azure” 2nd edition

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Another FREE eBook that myself and Barry Luijbregts authored. That includes a brand new chapter on Azure Security and updates to Azure Batch.

Chapters cover the following :

  • Chapter 1: The Developer’s Guide to Microsoft
  • Chapter 2: Getting started with Microsoft Azure
  • Chapter 3: Adding intelligence to your application
  • Chapter 4: BRAND NEW Securing your application
  • Chapter 5: Where and how to deploy your Microsoft Azure services
  • Chapter 6: A walk-through of Microsoft Azure
  • Chapter 7: Using the Microsoft Azure Marketplace

The book weighs in around 57 pages and regardless if you are new to Azure or been in this space for a while, I’m sure you’ll find something helpful. Again, Barry and I would love feedback of any sort.

Recap Links: Azure Quick Start Guide for .NET Developers and the Azure Developer’s Guide eBook

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