Motion10 hosting one of the Global Azure Bootcamp

My employer Motion10 will be hosting one of the many Global Azure Bootcamp around the world.

In April 2013 the first Global Windows Azure Bootcamp was held at more than 90 locations around the globe. In March 2014 this was topped with 136 locations, and last year 2015 there where 182 locations!

This year the Global event will be held again. It is a one-day deep dive class to help thousands of people get up to speed on developing solutions for Azure.

Motion10 (Rotterdam, Netherlands) will be one of the location in 2016. Me, Tomasso Groenendijk (Azure MVP) and Paul Baars will prepare the presentations and hand-on labs.

All information that I prepare will be shared on this Blog after the bootcamp, and register for the event when you are in the area on 16 April.

  • Register
  • More Information (Dutch)
  • Global Azure Bootcamp Event


Part 1

10:00 – 10:15 Welcome
10:15 – 11:00 API Apps – Tomasso Groenendijk (Azure MVP)
11:15 – 12:15 Hands-on
12.15 – 12:45 Azure Game
12:45 Lunch

Part 2

13:30 – 14:15 Web Apps – Maik van der Gaag
14:30 – 15:30 Hands-on
15:30 – 16:00 Logic Apps – Paul Baars
16:00 Drinks


What is Global Azure Bootcamp 2016? 
Building on the exceptional success of previous years, Global Azure Bootcamp 2016 (#GlobalAzure) is a free one-day training event, taking place on the 16th of April 2016 in several venues worldwide, driven by local Microsoft Azure community enthusiasts and experts. It consists of a day of sessions and labs based on the Microsoft Azure Readiness Kit or custom content. The event has been originally designed by 5 Microsoft Azure MVPs in order to benefit the local community members and teach essential Microsoft Azure skills and know-how. While supported by several sponsors, including Microsoft, the event is completely independent and community-driven.

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