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Chris Noring for Microsoft Azure

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Do you want to work with Microsoft and students?

Hey friends. My team is hiring, West Coast and East coast US.

If helping users, sharing what you know, is what you love doing, then this could be a great next step in your career.

Cloud Advocate App dev - US West Coast,

Visual Studio Code, GitHub, Azure APIs Containers, Notebooks and more.

https://aka.ms/nextgen-west

 What's in it for you:

It's Microsoft, you get to work advocating on behalf of the user on a number of great products like Visual Studio Code, GitHub, Azure APIs Containers, Notebooks.

Cloud Advocate Data and Data science - East Coast

SQL, No SQL, ETL, Data pipelines and general use, Azure SDKs, APIs

https://aka.ms/nextgen-east

What's in it for you:

You get to improve the experiences for Data and Data science professionals across our products and work with SQL, No SQL, ETL, Data pipelines and general use, Azure SDKs, APIs.

Our audience

Our audience are students and Faculty and we're looking for ways to make them feel welcome, guide them, and make sure they succeed using all our tech.

Also, you get to work with Lee Stott and Anthony Bartolo trust me, that's a bonus in itself :)

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Matt Eland

This is an interesting opportunity. I currently teach full stack .NET development at the bootcamp level and wouldn't leave it for the world, but joining your team to talk to folks about AI / ML on Azure or developer technologies would probably be a close second opportunity for me.

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Chris Noring Author

You know where to find me if you ever change your mind :) Sounds like a fantastic current gig btw..

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Keeley Morar

If you are an educator, Microsoft is looking for teachers to help develop the curriculum for the new Microsoft Professional Capabilities (MPC) in Information Technology — Digital Literacy. The MPC is a new professional certification program for high school students who want to learn about digital literacy and the technology industry. The MPC includes a set of skills that students need in order to be successful in the workplace. You need to educate yourself by reading articles like knithacker.com/2021/01/how-knittin... as they are quite helpful in this regard. Microsoft is looking for teachers to review specific resources and recommend edits.