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Girls in Tech - Az203 Workshop

Welcome

This repository contains Az203 (Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure) materials, used during the Girls in Tech meetups and workshops.

The Workshop

The workshop is intended to be a free, community-led event, and aims to deliver knowledge and practical experience on Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure to workshop participants. The contents of the workshop aim to cover most of the exam requirements, but should be accompanied by additional learning materials when studying for the exam.

The workshop is organized by Girls in Tech - Poland in association with Microsoft Azure User Group Poland and is led by:

  • @marczakio
  • @mmisztal1980
  • @wi5nia

Target Audience

Important

The workshop targets developers who already have at least 1-2 years of experience developing software commercially and who are looking to enhance their skillset with the knowledge on the MS Azure platform.

It is strongly recommended that the workshop participants are proficient with at least 1 programming language such as:

  • Java
  • C#
  • C/C++
  • JavaScript/TypeScript
  • Go
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The AZ-203 Exam: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure

The exam information can be found here

Candidates for this exam are Azure Developers who design and build cloud solutions such as applications and services. They participate in all phases of development, from solution design, to development and deployment, to testing and maintenance. They partner with cloud solution architects, cloud DBAs, cloud administrators, and clients to implement the solution. Candidates should be proficient in developing apps and services by using Azure tools and technologies, including storage, security, compute, and communications.

Candidates must have at least one year of experience developing scalable solutions through all phases of software development and be skilled in at least one cloud-supported programming language.

Workshop Prequisites

Hardware

Every workshop participant is expected to bring their own device

Name Minimum requirements
OS Windows10, MacOSx or Linux with a graphical shell (example: Ubuntu 18.04)
CPU Cores 2 (4+ recommended)
RAM 4 GB (8+ GB recommended)

Software

Important

Software requirements are subject to change. Please check back every once in a while

Name Installation instructions
Git link
Visual Studio Code* link
Azure CLI link
Powershell Core link
Powershell Az Module link
.NET Core SDK ** link
NodeJS SDK *** link
Docker link

(*) Visual Studio Community, Professional or Enterprise can also be used instead of VS Code, however VS Code is a lightweight, cross-platform editor guaranteed to run on all mainstream operating systems

(**) When installing the .NET Core SDK, please use .NET Core 3.1

(***) When installing the NodeJS SDK, please use the Current (latest) version

Labs

This community workshop consists of the following labs:

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