Hands On Lab
During my last Azure launch event I promised my audience that I would put together an informal training session on Azure at Microsoft San Francisco.
Last night I delivered on that message.
Happy with the turnout
In a matter of a few weeks I managed to get 56 signups for the event. About 40 showed up which pleased me in terms of the ratio of sign ups and attendees.
Many of the attendees were extremely experienced developers. Some of them are part of startups, scientists, founders of software companies, CTOs, employees at Lawrence Livermore Labs. I was humbled by my audience.
You can read more about it here:
My goals – No time for the hands on part
The initial goal was for people to write code. However, as the event progressed, the relentless level of questions forced me to continue to give demos and show code. It was a non-stop presentation from 6:30 to 8:30 and I got a bit of a repreive when one of the attendees showed his startup project.
Here is a list of the videos that reflected the demos I showed (no sound included):
I had some goals:
I solicited feedback. Here’s what people wrote: