Last year, Michael Crump and myself wrote a free e-book called "The Developer's Guide to Azure". As Azure moves very fast and things change, we recently updated the book significantly.
The e-book now contains a lot more practical information and less basics about what cloud computing is.
Also, all of the services in the book are up-to-date and represent the current reality in Azure.
So what's in the book? We've written it as a start-to-finish guide for developers that are interested in, or are already working with, Azure.
- How to get started with Azure
- A catalogue of all of the Azure services that are relevant for developers, including tables that tell you what to use when
- Tutorials that get you started with
- Web Apps and Azure SQL Databases
- Azure Logic Apps and Cognitive Services
- Azure API Management
You can download the book for free, from this page: https://azure.microsoft.com/campaigns/developer-guide/
Let me know what you think in the comments.