Hackathons Made Easier Through Microsoft Azure

by Chris Apaliski

Microsoft is proud to support Hackathon:TTX and we want what happens in Vegas to change the travel industry! To do our part, Microsoft is making Azure resources available for use by participants. Azure provides the freedom to build and deploy wherever you want, using the tools, applications, and frameworks of your choice. IBM, Oracle, RedHat, SAP and many other platforms can be deployed in minutes.

If interested, please contact Virgil.Pate@microsoft.com or Christopher.Parker@microsoft.com for details.

Java on Azure

Not sure Azure is right for Java Development? Check out this vid from Asir Selvasingh to learn how you can use Java on Azure to develop, deploy and debug web apps, functions, container-based apps, and big data apps using your favorite Java IDEs or frameworks. Learn more here: https://channel9.msdn.com/events/Build/2017/P4111

AI on Azure

Sabre has challenged you to build frictionless and personalized experiences for users and can use AI to do it! Microsoft continues to invest in our AI platform, browse the full catalog to find just what you need or be inspired. View more here:

Please take a moment to explore the solution possibilities in Azure!
Please reach out to Virgil.Pate@microsoft.com or Christopher.Parker@microsoft.com with any questions and please stop by our booth at the Hackathon.  We look forward to seeing you in Vegas!

About Chris Apaliski

Chris Apaliski is the Sr. Product Marketing Manager for Sabre Dev Studio. Prior to this, he has spent time as a Social Media Director, Marketing Manager and Digital Strategist, working both agency and client side for a myriad of B2B and B2C businesses. He is also a Clinical Professor at The University of North Texas, teaching Strategic Social Media for Corporate Communications. Chris holds an MS in Marketing, a BA in English Composition and a technical writing certificate. He can be found on Twitter at @RedefineChris

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