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Publisher's Summary

Are you interested in programming and continuously looking for new ways to expand your knowledge and explore new information? Would you like to learn about one of the most popular cloud computing service platforms on the planet? Or maybe, you already heard about Microsoft Azure, and now you are looking for a complete guide that is going to cover the entire subject?

If you answered "yes" to at least one of these questions, then keep reading....

In the 21st century, it is vital to go along with science and technology, especially if you want to maintain and even grow your financial independence. Being one of the first software technology companies in the world, Microsoft has created a lot of different platforms and systems throughout the years and one of them you are going to master in this book.

Microsoft Azure - a cloud service platform that has been created for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services. During the course of this book, you will dive deep into Azure's fundamental and more advanced features.

Take a look at only a few things you will get out of this book:

  • What is Microsoft Azure, and why should you use it?
  • Microsoft Azure services covered in detail
  • Microsoft Azure for storage?
  • What is the Azure cloud?
  • Content delivery network for Microsoft Azure - a step-by-step guide
  • Much much more....

Keep in mind that this guide is not only for complete programming beginners. It is also for people who already have knowledge about computer programming, software, and various internet platform, but want to learn more and expand their expertise into new fields.

Now it is your turn to take action. 

Buy now and start learning!

©2020 George Prestonship (P)2020 George Prestonship
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Complete Garbage! Do Not Purchase!

Please don't buy this book. Seriously. It's literally incorrect information.

Some guy self-published this by copy and pasting random junk from the internet in a jumbled up nightmare, paid some poor guy/Text-to-Speech to read it, and astroturfed the hell out of the reviews.

This will not help with any of the AZ certification exams. Quite the opposite: it'll actually hurt you by feeding you hilariously incorrect stuff.

Do not buy this awful thing. I'm going to call Audible and complain about this guy.

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Terminology is all wrong

The concept for the book is good, but the terminology used is all wrong, as if they used a computer to translate from another language. "Sensitive data" becomes "Touchy data" in this book and many of the names for Azure services get mangled. Listen for the name they give for SSD. This book won't help you much if you are trying to learn Azure for the first time.

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Very dissappointing right at the beginning

I stopped listening after the first two chapters. there were many errors in technical terms and acronyms. I figured the mispronunciation of Linux might have been because the narrator was not familiar with the content, but then the misinformation started. I'm very disappointed with this book.

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Voice over is terrible

Choppy voice over, and read like a machine. Difficult to follow along. Would not recommend

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The audible is Self-explanatory

I find this book helpful and interesting! I am a newbie in Microsoft Azure so this is a perfect book for me to get started. By following their step by step instructions and adapting it to my needs I now have a Azure SQL Database provisioned and running as a back up database for when my server fails.

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Nonsensical translation

Common terms like SSD agave been translated to nonsense terms that don’t even align with the letters SSD. Dangerous to read for an exam as the terminology will not match exam content.

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Just buy and read the hardcopy

Lots of mispronunciations and incorrect inflections. We all know that a technologist probably isn’t going to also be a professional narrator, but the author could have at least given the narrator a pronunciation guide and perhaps the poor inflection is due to poor writing.

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Odd writing style, dated info.

The author's writing style is pretty strange, and the terminology and product names are old. I didn't get more than ten minutes into this before giving up.

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Decent overview but delivery is distracting

The initial overview is good if you’re not familiar with the technology but I feel the number of translations, mispronunciations of terms like “Linux”, “AD” (for Active Directory, and Visual Studio are confusing for those not familiar enough to hear through those things.

If you’re looking for random helpful facts I suggest you skip this one.

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Narration in the audible is fully similar to the

Whether you are just beginning to take a jump into the Microsoft cloud, or you already have some experience in Azure, this practical and valuable audiobook is full of tips and tricks and advice gathered through years of hands-on experience.

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Do Not Buy!

This "book" comes across like a collection of articles taken from the internet and pressed together. Includes offers of services from vendors.

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  • 07-28-21

Hard to listen

Unfortunately the narration made it impossible to follow. The abbreviations (heavily used in this one) were not read and used in spoken language correctly. Sounded most unnatural.
On the other hand the structure of the book is not designed for being narrated.

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  • 08-03-21

Full of Grammatical errors

Full of grammatical errors. This made it difficult to use as a learning resource. As an example, SaaS according to the book stands for Software as a Provider, and not Software as a Service.

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