Jason Haley

Ramblings from an Independent Consultant

Working on a new presentation–Webjobs in depth

This week, I’m working on an abstract/outline for a new Webjobs talk for the next Boston Code Camp (April 2, 2016).

At the last Boston Code Camp, I presented Azure Websites and Webjobs.  Covering both of those topics in a single talk doesn’t allow you to get into as much detail as I like to see technical presentations get.  So, this time around I want to dive deeper into just webjobs.

Things I’d like to see in a detailed webjobs talk:

  • Overview of types of webjobs and how to create
    • Including file system/directory structure
    • Special files and their meanings
  • Overview of Kudu and its role in webjobs
  • Intro to WebJobs SDK
  • Code examples of a few of the WebJobs SDK bindings and triggers
  • Info on WebJobs SDK extensions
  • Simple example of writing your own extension (also want to put a singular presentation together for this topic)

Problem is – time limit will most likely be between 60- 90 min.  So I’ll need to figure out what I can fit into that time limit.

Does anyone have something else they would like to see in the session?

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