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Zeb Lavallee Earns Microsoft Azure Developer Associate Certification

Zeb Lavallee Earns Microsoft Azure Developer Associate Certification

Congratulations to BlueModus Senior System Administrator Zeb Lavallee, who recently earned his Microsoft Azure Developer certification. Technologists achieving this certification must demonstrate subject matter expertise in designing, building, testing, and maintaining cloud applications and services on Microsoft Azure. In his role as Senior System Administrator, Zeb works alongside our Delivery Team to support our clients’ websites hosted on Microsoft Azure Cloud, Amazon Web Services, and client on-premises scenarios.  

 “Exams are never fun, but glad I was able to get this to show my competency in all things Azure,” says Zeb Lavallee

Microsoft Azure Developer certification requires at least one to two years of professional development experience and experience with Microsoft Azure. In addition, the candidate for this certification must have the ability to program in a language supported by Azure and proficiency in Azure SDKs, Azure PowerShell, Azure CLI, data storage options, data connections, APIs, app authentication and authorization, compute and container deployment, debugging, performance tuning, and monitoring.  

“Zeb has proven time and again that he will go above and beyond to help his team in any way he can. This certification is evidence of that commitment, and we are,” says BlueModus’ Vice President of Innovation Josh Sherman.  

Without a stable and reliable infrastructure, the most innovative web projects mean nothing. Therefore, BlueModus starts every engagement with a deep understanding of our clients’ hosting environments, associated DevOps practices, and security, compliance, and performance requirements. Visit our Infrastructure and DevOps page to learn more about our services on cloud hosting support, automated builds, testing, releases, and security.  



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