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The European Cloud Conference are delighted to introduce to you the Azure Masterclass Series. 4 full day virtual tutorials [Levels 300 – 400] for those already well into their Azure Journey and looking for expert guidance to take them to the next level. And best of all, they are Free of Charge!

The Azure Masterclass tutors are leading experts, the very best in their field.

This series will be held online throughout the month of June and will provide a flavour of what’s to come at the European Cloud Conference in October. In these challenging times we are offering these virtual classes free of charge as our way of giving back to the community, a community that gives so much.


June 5th:  Low-Code Cloud App Development and App Modernization 
Paul Swider, MVP

June 12th: Azure Security Best Practices   
Mustafa Toroman, MVP

June 19th: Securing Azure Services & Data Through Azure Networking Aidan Finn, MVP

June 26th: Govern Azure like a Maverick
Magnus Mårtensson, MVP, Microsoft Regional Director

By attending one of these tutorials you will learn from an expert in your area and make connections that will be beneficial to you for a long time to come, all while you #Stayathome #Learnathome

About the class: 

  • Full Day Tutorial (9am – 5pm) GMT+1
  • Hands on interaction with your tutor 
  • Live Chat 
  • Breaks and Lunch as with regular tutorial – set out by your tutor at the start of the day

 5 – 6pm Network with the others on your tutorial 
 

Complete one of these tutorials and receive an Azure Masterclass badge to add to your CV or LinkedIn profile. 


*T’s & C’s – A maximum of up to 20 people will be permitted per tutorial to maximise interaction and learning. Course participants will be selected at random and notified by May 20th. Once you have attended 1 of the Azure Masterclasses,  you are ineligible to participate in any of the other 3 in this series.

Register your interest in an Azure Masterclass

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I’m Richard Hooper aka Pixel Robots. I started this blog in 2016 for a couple reasons. The first reason was basically just a place for me to store my step by step guides, troubleshooting guides and just plain ideas about being a sysadmin. The second reason was to share what I have learned and found out with other people like me. Hopefully, you can find something useful on the site.

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