Glasgow is a city with a reputation for being a tech-savvy city.
I recently drove by the site of a recently closed computer course and noticed that the class was closed.
There was no sign of a new instructor or instructor materials.
A nearby sign pointed me to a video online of a former instructor who’d recently retired.
The video was posted last year and has since been taken down.
It’s a short video of a class I attended in January 2016 that’s not part of the current course.
The class was a one-hour session, with the instructor taking students on a guided tour of Microsoft’s new Azure cloud computing platform.
Microsoft had just announced plans to shut down the course after less than two years.
I asked the former instructor why the course was closed, and he told me the school had closed down in the past.
The instructor’s comments and the videos he posted have since been removed from the Internet, but he still shares his thoughts on the course.
Microsoft is moving to a cloud-based platform in 2021 The former instructor told me he worked for Microsoft from 2002 to 2011, and it was during this time that he ran a two-hour course on Azure, which Microsoft launched last fall.
He said Microsoft closed the course in 2021 because it had to “build a cloud platform and keep it secure.”
He added that it was the only time Microsoft ever shut down a Microsoft-run course, as they didn’t want to leave any lingering legacy.
Microsoft says it will use Azure to deliver computing courses to more students, but it hasn’t said when the next one will open.
I’m a little surprised Microsoft hasn’t announced a new Azure course, especially after the last one was closed a few years ago.
Microsoft said it will open a new one in 2021.
Microsoft’s move to Azure was part of a broader restructuring of the company that also included a new corporate headquarters in Redmond, Wash., and a move to more employees in the company’s global headquarters in Atlanta.
In January 2020, Microsoft announced that it would buy a 33.6 percent stake in a company called Compaq for $3.1 billion.
Microsoft has said that the move was intended to create a more modern, scalable computing platform for the cloud, but the purchase also made it possible to make Azure available to more businesses.
I had a chance to visit the company headquarters last fall, and the Microsoft cloud infrastructure team has recently started using Azure as its primary platform for its Azure Marketplace business.
The cloud marketplace was announced in February, but many companies didn’t have a cloud service for their products yet.
In addition to Microsoft, Compaq had other cloud providers, including Dell, HP, and Oracle.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a statement that the new platform will allow companies to “accelerate their enterprise innovation by making cloud-native applications and services accessible on any computer platform.”
Microsoft also announced that Azure will be a key part of its Azure Stack initiative, which will allow developers to build a variety of Microsoft-designed software on top of the platform.
For now, Microsoft is still only offering a handful of cloud-ready apps for its Windows Azure service.
For instance, Microsoft’s own Edge browser for Windows is available only for Linux, Windows Phone 8, and Windows 10.
Microsoft Azure is also one of the few cloud-focused software offerings on Android and iOS.
There are also some apps available on iOS, but they’re very limited and often restricted to specific platforms.
Windows Azure offers the following cloud apps: Windows Azure Marketplace, a new version of Microsoft Cloud, which offers the most popular and popular apps in the marketplace, including Office 365, SharePoint, and Skype for Business.
Azure Portal, a platform for managing Azure resources for enterprise, including data center resources, SQL Server, and Azure Datastores.
Azure Virtual Machine, a cloud solution for virtualization, virtualized storage, and hybrid clouds.
Azure App Service, an app store for developers that allows them to create their own apps and apps that run on Microsoft platforms.
Azure Marketplace provides a range of software and services that are free and available for free, including the Microsoft Windows Azure Desktop app, which was available for just a few weeks.
For $2.99 a month, Microsoft provides developers with a suite of cloud applications that are available for download for free on Windows 10 and Windows Server, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, and more.
It also provides a bundle of software that are not free but that can be downloaded for free for a limited time.
Microsoft isn’t offering a free version of the Windows Azure app for Windows 10 yet.
The Microsoft Azure Marketplace app is a free download on Windows 8, Windows 10, and Microsoft Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft also has a free