Check out our latest Azure course, Implementing Azure Functions, by Peter Thorsteinson! This course will help you start developing Azure Functions using a variety of triggers and bindings that are implemented in several programming languages, including C#, F#, Python, and JavaScript. Azure Functions provide huge advantages for cloud computing in terms of cost, performance, and scalability.

Implementing Azure Functions


Students will learn how to implement Microsoft Azure Functions, how they work, when to use them, and why they are useful in modern cloud application development. Lecture presentations, demonstrations, and lab exercises will help students become proficient in developing serverless code solutions that scale efficiently using Microsoft Azure Functions.

  • Understand serverless computing concepts
  • Work with the Azure Portal, Azure CLI, Visual Studio, and Visual Studio Code
  • Implement Azure Functions in various programming languages
  • Configure Azure Functions
  • Implement triggers (HTTP requests, timers, and events)
  • Implement Azure Function binding, inputs, and outputs
  • Integrate with other services such as Azure Storage and GitHub

Azure Functions are a major part of serverless computing, which is an important new skillset to have on your resume! Get started with this new course here.

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3 responses to “New Course: Implementing Azure Functions”

  1. Chad says:

    So Excited About these functions and the courses to help with binding, inputs and outputs!! Thanks!

  2. Aaron Bighorse says:

    I’m very pleased to know that you have created a course on Azure Functions. I plan to add this to my training list for skills development.

  3. Joan Martin says:

    I am pretty much pleased with your good work. You put really very helpful information. Keep it up. Keep blogging. Looking to reading your next post.

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