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  • Blog Post: Ford and Microsoft Showcase Fiestaware Custom Application Platform

    Ford and Microsoft partnered to create an application platform to build custom apps for the car as part of a project called "American Journey 2.0".  The platform itself -- called "Fiestaware" -- is built on top of Windows 7 and Robotics Developer Studio, and includes components...
  • Blog Post: Public Clouds: Clear or Murky

    This week I had the privilege of attending the Cloud Computing Expo in New York at the Jacob Javits Center. I was very impressed with how the attendance and interest had increased from last years' event. There were scores of vendors there hawking everything from Public and Private Cloud offerings to...
  • Blog Post: Want to learn how to develop for Windows Azure?

    In this blog post I cover the training roadmap for the Windows Azure Platform . This training roadmap is based on internal work done by Fred Pace, Danny Garber and others at Microsoft. However all the material is publicly accessible. If you are wondering how to get started, this is the way. ...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Announces: We are “All In” the Cloud

    In this blog post I discuss the recent announcement that Microsoft is “All In” the Cloud and how how twenty million businesses and over a billion people use Microsoft cloud services today. It also covers a major speech on the subject given by Steve Ballmer at the University of Washington recently...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Architecture Webcast Series

    We are putting on a series of architecture webcasts this month. Please tune in. March 25, 2010 at 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST Title: Extending Your Sites Reach with IE8 Add On Features Today's users are getting more sophisticated and they expect more features from the sites and services they use. In...
  • Blog Post: Confused about Windows Azure Billing?

    The Windows Azure Platform is based on an Operational Expenditure (OPEX) model as opposed to the on-premise Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) model that most of us are used to. This means that means that, while you pay nothing up front for using Azure storage and computational resources, you do have to understand...
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