Python for the Azure Platform Engineer

English Intermediate Other

Why use Python and Azure together I hear you ask? In this session we go through how to work with Python and the Azure Python SDK to automate all the things. This session will be light on slides and lots of demos and tips to get you going as a solid Azure platform engineer


Aaron Saikovski

Principal Cloud Engineer - ING Australia

Principal Cloud Engineer at ING with over 30 years of commercial experience with 10 years in the Azure Platform space. Expertise in C#/DotNet, ARM, Bicep, Terraform, PowerShell, Bash, GoLang and Python. and some Rust.

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