Manage Your Azure Resources with Visual Studio Code

 
English Intermediate Developer Tools

Do you know why Visual Studio Code is the best IDE for developers? In this session, you will learn how to manage your Azure resources with VS Code, and we'll have a look at developing, deploying and debugging applications on Azure.

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Speaker

Mert Yeter

Software Architect, Microsoft MVP (Azure), Traefik Ambassador

Mert Yeter has 16 years of experience in .NET and Microsoft technologies. He completed his Bachelor of Engineering in 2005 and has a master’s degree focused on Linux. Mert is very passionate about new technologies, especially software development and open source. He is currently working as a Software Architect at Fineksus.

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