Announcing the featured talk: “What is Azure CosmosDB and why should I care about it?” by Bhavna Mangal from 7:00-8:15 – and opening session will be “Ask the Experts” from 6:30-7:00. This event is at Microsoft NERD. Government-issued ID needed for entry. Please check in at the security desk with photo id on street level. They will direct you to the first floor. AGENDA6:00-6:30: Gather, eat, drink, and be social6:30-7:00: Ask the Experts – Bring your Questions and help with Answers7:00-8:15: Featured talk – What is Azure CosmosDB and why should I care about it?8:15-8:30: Announcements – then done! FEATURED TALK: What is Azure CosmosDB and why should I care about it?FEATURED SPEAKER: Bhavna Mangal ABSTRACT: What is Azure CosmosDB and why should I care about it? It is a schema-less JSON documents database engine with rich SQL querying capabilities. We will go over Cosmos database, collections, documents creation, and stored procedures. Then we cover CosmosDB’s SQL API and how it supports relational and hierarchical queries. Finally we will cover working with CosmosDB through Azure portal and SQL API using .Net code. You will walk away with what Azure CosmosDB is and what are some of the use cases, how to set it up and do some basic querying and how to connect to .Net API to do more advanced coding. ABOUT OUR SPEAKER Bhavna Mangal (@bhavna_mangal) is a MCP and works as a Sr. Software Engineer at SGT Inc. She has been working on Web and Windows applications development in government and financial services industries. Apart from work, she is studying for the Masters program.
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