VS Code Day: Building a resume with GitHub pages

What is the session about?
Want to make your application stand out to recruiters, and learn a few new skills in the process? Using the power of VS Code for the Web and GitHub Pages, we'll code a resume website together in HTML and CSS, completely in your browser window.

Who is it aimed at?
This session is aimed at anyone who would like to learn how to create a visually attractive resume

Why should you attend?
Learn how to create a resume website in your browser with VS Code and GitHub Pages

CSS/HTML Code: https://aka.ms/HTMLSnippets4.5
VS Code series: https://aka.ms/vs_code
Github profiles and Github Actions info from Tarun's YT: https://youtu.be/eKmn4g5n-NM

Speaker Bio’s
Tarun Arora, Cloud Solutions Architect & DevOps Lead @ Avanade - "Passion for simplification"!
Tarun is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (7 years running) in Azure, Visual Studio and Development Technologies and specialises in Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). His core strengths are DevOps, Enterprise Architecture (Microservices), .NET, WPF, REST, MVC, SQL and PowerShell. He was awarded the MVP of the year award by Microsoft in 2014 for going over and above in supporting the product teams and the community with his contributions. He is also an ALM Ranger and has contributed to key guidance and tooling projects focused on Azure, Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio Team Services, and Visual Studio Extensibility.
Tarun is an active open source community contributor, speaker, and blogger. Follow him on twitter @arora_tarun and his blog at http://www.visualstudiogeeks.com for the latest and greatest in technology trends and solutions on DevOps and ALM.

Liam Hampton, Regional Cloud Advocate, Microsoft
Liam is a Cloud Advocate for Microsoft. He uses his wealth of knowledge to create fun and engaging developer content, blogs, workshops, events and speaking engagements. Liam has previous professional experience as a Software Developer working on and contributing to open source projects, mentoring global teams and leading local developer initiatives. He also holds a number of professional cloud certifications and was previously part of a team that reached the global finals of IBM Call for Code with an AI project. Liam now focuses his work around DevOps, IoT, serverless compute and containerisation.

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