Cosmos DB Server-Side Programming with TypeScript

 
English Intermediate Data & AI

Cosmos DB allows for stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions to run within its database engine. These components are written using JavaScript/TypeScript and uploaded to the Cosmos DB collection in which they will run. Server-side programming gives a lot of extra power to a Cosmos DB-based application. This session is focused on server-side programming in Cosmos DB, using TypeScript to write the server-side code. Presentation focus is on how to build real-world applications, including adding unit tests to ensure the code behaves as expected, and incorporating the build and deployment of Cosmos DB server-side code

Speaker

Mihail Mateev

Senior Solution Architect at EPAM Systems, Soft Project, Owner

Mihail Mateev is an owner, Solution Architect, Senior Technical Evangelist at SoftProject, responsible for .Net, IoT and cloud solutions. Mihail currently works as a Senior Solution Architect at EPAM Systems. He also worked many years like a Technical evangelist in the Infragistics. Last years Mihail was focused on various areas related to technology Microsoft: Visual Studio , ASP.Net, Windows client apps, MS SQL Server and Microsoft Azure.

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