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Cloud projects can require a different approach to conventional on-prem projects. These differences are often subtle and do not become apparent until it is too difficult or too expensive to change course. These differences can vary from architectural design, decisions around the services you use, and sometimes even just setting the right expectations with your users or stakeholders. Until time machines are invented (and Chris can go back and give this talk to himself), he will share his top three lessons learnt from nearly a decade of building cloud-based systems, taking you through the practical steps you can take to avoid the same pitfalls. Avoid learning these lessons the hard way!
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Chris Priest has been working in & around .NET for the last 15 years in a career that has spanned financial institutions, small startups, and worldwide e-commerce platforms. On a day-to-day basis, he is a hands-on Technical Lead / Architect at cloud consultancy Amido.