Luper's Learnings - Azure Technical Community for Partners (August 2017)

Welcome to the August 2017 monthly edition of Luper’s Learnings.

 

I’m baaaaackkkk… After a yearlong break, Luper’s Learnings is stretching its legs and getting back on the ground. As this is the first edition in 2017 and first time back in a while, I’ll keep it a bit short but… do be prepared for the next edition,  post Ignite on 29 September. I’ll be watching Ignite remotely this year so will miss those of you who will be attending in person but please do stay in touch via Twitter and email.

 

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Here we go with things I’ve learned since the last Luper’s Learnings…

Hopefully many of you in the US experienced and survived the eclipse this week. Several of us from the partner technical team tried to get closer to totality without getting caught in traffic for days. We drove about an hour south of Seattle and experienced around 94% totality so… it never got dark. Good time, though!

(I’m on the left with the Azure t-shirt on)

Customer / Case Study Partner Services used
Duquesne Light Company CEI AzureAzure App ServiceAzure Redis CacheAzure SQL DatabaseVisual Studio Team Services
Plante Moran Rightpoint AzureAzure App ServiceIntuneMicrosoft 365 EnterpriseOffice 365Office DelveOneDrive for BusinessSharePoint OnlineWindows 10Yammer
San Diego County Office of Emergency Services Adoxio AzureDynamics CRM Online
MatrixCare 3Cloud, Crayon Azure Machine LearningPower BISQL Server
City of Philadelphia Opti Azure
Cargill Northwest Cadence AzureAzure Active DirectoryAzure SQL DatabaseVisual Studio Team ServicesVisual Studio Test ProfessionalVisual Studio Tools for Xamarin

Back issues of Luper’s Learnings are available via the archive at http://blogs.technet.com/luperslearnings for your convenience and perusal.

 

Whether you’ve read this on Friday, over your weekend or at the beginning of the week, thanks for sticking with me and making it to the bottom of the August Luper’s Learnings. You’ve continued to be such a supportive and vocal group, keep sharing topics of interest for future editions.