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Andrew Connell and Chris Johnson come together to share their insights and experience from the perspective of developers on the latest news, notes, commentary and listener questions on Microsoft cloud technologies including Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and SharePoint.

Microsoft Cloud Show Andrew Connell, Chris Johnson

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    • 4.9, 74 Ratings

Andrew Connell and Chris Johnson come together to share their insights and experience from the perspective of developers on the latest news, notes, commentary and listener questions on Microsoft cloud technologies including Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and SharePoint.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

MathewSomers ,

Continually one of the best shows on Tech!

On this date,I've listened to 156 days 13 hours of podcasts, and this was the first technical podcast I subscribed to.
Well done, smart, clever, and funny.
I hope this helps to promote your podcast and brings in new listeners.
Mat Somers
Ponte Vedra Beach Florida, USA

Julliet ,

Awesome Show, Great Content

I listen regularly to the show as AC & CJ always have all the latest cloud news all summed up for me and really interesting great guests who are experts on topics I'm interested in. Overall, awesome show!

CaptainReedo ,

Too much silly pre-roll host-banter.

If you want to learn more about the exciting world of cloud computing. . . fast-forward at least to the 12-15 minute mark of each of these podcasts, since this show's hosts waste ages and ages catching each other up on what they had for dinner the previous evening. This regular side-tracking delays any discussion of DevOps, cloud computing, hybrid- and multi-cloud architectures, new Azure capabilities, cloud security, identity and access mangement, cloud-bursting, or anything else you might want to learn about having to do with the cloud, since (apparently) they want to pretend to be Gareth Mitchell and Bill Thompson. But those pros over at the BBC only banter for maybe one or two minutes before each podcast, not for 10 minutes or longer. Respectfully, how about adding some relevant, useful information for the first 25% of each podcast, guys? Really.

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