Windows Server Containers talk at DataCenter Airlift


On November 28, Microsoft Portugal will present an all-new generation of solutions at DataCenter Airlift, an event thought by and for IT Pros.

You can’t miss a day like this, surrounded by news about Windows Service and 2016 System Center, virtualization,  implementation of Azure infrastructures  and services, New Operations Management + Security, monitoring and security in a simple way with Enterprise Mobility + Security, among many other topics. All this will be divided by 3 session tracks, so each one selects the one that best suits your personality and interests.

It is with great pleasure that we announce the presence of our collaborator Pedro Sousa as speaker on a presentation about Managing Micro Services with Windows Server Containers. He will address and explain everything you need to know about the Container development, from the code to the service: using the latest tools, announced at Connect()/2016, like Visual Studio 2017 RC, build your images to Container Registry and deploy to Azure Container Services with Team Foundation Services Continuous Deploy.

This is a free event with very limited vacancies that you will not want to miss, register now!

See you there!


Rui Romano on NetPonto Community speaking about PowerBI


NetPonto is an independent, non-profit community whose goals is to share knowledge on the architectural foundations and software development on the .NET platform.

November 11th, on a beautiful Saturday morning, two enthusiastic speakers accepted the challenge to engage with the public on two different but also very compelling sessions, in the 13th Meeting of the Porto NetPonto community that was held at the Blip offices.

DevScope’s Rui Romano, was one of these speakers, presented an improved version of his well-known session about “Power BI for Developers” showing multiple and new examples on how to integrate Power BI into their owns apps and vice-versa. This one-hour session helped to acknowledge Power BI’s potential as a powerful tool within the developer’s ecosystem and to share with the audience new capabilities of the platform.

 For more information on this or future events, please check the .NET community website: