Azure Every Day, Azure Data Week, and More Azure

, 2018-08-25

As you likely know, I am a Principal Consultant at Pragmatic Works. This year we have been doing some great things with Azure for our customers. Beyond that we have produced a lot of content and have an event coming up that I want to talk about. So, one step at a time.

Azure Every Day

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We are producing daily videos covering a variety of Azure topics. They are typically 3-5 minutes long and you can read the content in the Pragmatic Works blog as well.

Check out the YouTube channel here if you want to see all the videos we have published so far. I am going to republish my Azure Every Day blogs and videos here as a lead up to the next exciting event.

Azure Data Week

Get ready for the only 100% virtual Azure Conference – October 8 – 12. Five days, 25 sessions, all on Azure. Join Pragmatic Works  as we launch this new conference. The cost is only $29 and you will have access to the sessions for year. Microsoft and Pragmatic Works will be speaking on topics such as Power BI, Azure Data Factory, Security in Azure, and Azure roadmaps.

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More Azure

So if you want to check out what we are doing in Azure, have a look at Pragmatic Works and our team. We are doing more events with Microsoft over the next few months including regional training sessions on SQL Managed Instances, Azure Data Bricks, and Azure migration strategy. Ping me directly or reach out to Pragmatic Works if you are interested in our events or joining our team.

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