You work for a company. You have seen some information online about a training course that would be useful for your work. Write a letter to your manager. In your letter give details of the course say how the course would be useful explain how the company could help you do this course.

Hello Andrew, I would like to inform you that I am going to participate in an online training
"CI/CD in a nutshell". According to the description it covers the basics of continuous integration and continuous development processes. A person who accomplishes the
will be able to set up CI/CD from scratch and support it
. As it was discussed at the
architectural meeting, our team is going to embed CI/CD into the current solution
I believe the
will be useful.
As a result
, I will have a customized solution for the project that we might take as a basis for
tuning. There are requirements at the
- active Azure subscription for project configuration. What's ,more It will take 6 hours per week for 1 month. I would like to ask you to manage my request with a subscription and approve 14 hours of my education. Thank you in advance, Best regards, Oleksii Biletskyi
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