With Microsoft Ignite 2018 just around the corner I know there is always going to be a huge amount of content and no way that I can be across all of it immediately. Luckily, Microsoft has been recording these sessions and posting them up to YouTube for later review. This has allowed me to work through many sessions over the year to improve my knowledge.
Unfortunately, there is not a single directory of all the session recordings in YouTube, at least not that I know of, so I have created and maintained a list of these sessions as I worked through them. I’ve now made my list of the Ignite 2017 sessions available via my GitHub repository at:
Simply find the session that you are interested in a hopefully I’ve managed to capture the link to the session on YouTube. If you know of any sessions that aren’t listed let me and I’ll add to my catalogue.
Personally, watching the pre-recorded sessions gives me some benefits I don’t get attending in person. Firstly, I generally watch the sessions at 1.5 speed which allows me to get through more sessions. I’m also able to have my own Office 365 or Azure tenant up in another window and be following along with what I see being presented. I also get the ability to pause the session and come back later as YouTube keeps track of my history. Also, as I watch session YouTube suggest more sessions like the one I’m watching, so discovery of new relevant sessions becomes much easier once you start getting into it.
I plan to do the same for the Ignite 2018 sessions when they become available but I’ll start doing that immediately and posting into a new file in the same repository. So keep an eye out for that one coming soon.
Even after 12 months, I haven’t been able to get through everything but I do have to say thanks to Microsoft for making all this content freely available for those that couldn’t attend.