Empowering ARM and JSON with Project 'Bicep'

70% of all declarative resources created in Azure are done via ARM Templates! ARM Templates are based on JSON and a declarative syntax, but how easy is it to author these? Join Esther and Freek for a fun and demo-heavy session and learn how to empower your ARM Templates with Project 'Bicep'!

Esther Barthel

Esther Barthel

Solutions Architect @ Cognition IT

Freek Berson

Freek Berson

Remoting Windows Enthusiast & Microsoft MVP

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