Keyhole Sponsoring Azure Dev Days Kansas City 2018

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We are excited to announce Keyhole’s partnership with Microsoft to sponsor Azure Dev Days, a one-day workshop in Kansas City on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. This is a free community event to provide education on application modernization, microservices, and Microsoft Azure topics.

In addition to providing technical educators for this workshop, Keyhole Software will sponsor food and beverages. The topics Keyhole will champion include Microservices and Containers, as well as App Services.

Each technical session will be followed by a hands-on Azure lab and a whiteboard design exercise. This workshop will help attendees gain a thorough understanding of the components of Azure and how you can take advantage of them as a developer.

This is a traveling community event, with other events available to attend in St. Louis and Oklahoma City. The event will be held at the Microsoft offices in Overland Park…

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