Flex your Azure muscles with Bicep

Let's agree that authoring Azure Resource Manager templates is a tough job. Bicep project aims to fix that.

In this practical and demo-packed session, we will be exploring Bicep's capabilities (from features that are already available in v0.1/0.2 to the roadmap and plans), and automating the key steps - build, test, deployments - using Azure DevOps and GitHub.


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David Pazdera

David Pazdera

Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft

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