JasonSingh

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  • Blog Post: Starting Out on Testing? We Have The Best Story on the Planet.

    Team Collaboration is Key to Quality. If you have a silo approach in your organization that "we'll implement all the features then throw these deliverables over the fence to Testers and then get on with the next set of features, this is a recipe for much more time and effort 10x for your organization...
  • Blog Post: Silicon Valley Code Camp. Oct 11th and 12th.

    I'll be providing the following session at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills in California. http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/Session/2014/azure-development-with-the-visual-studio-tools For more details on the event please refer to the following links, https://twitter.com/sv_code_camp...
  • Blog Post: Jason Singh Presenting Azure for Developers @ Sacramento .NET

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014: Jason Singh, Azure Overview for Development Teams When: Jun 25, 2014 from 6:00 to 8.30 PM RSVP : Seating based on availability. - RSVP Recommended . Please RSVP at http://www.sacnetug.org/event/rsvp (login required) Where : ...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio, Azure and Premier Materials from Concord Event.

    Tons of fun materials from the Concord, CA event. Even if you did not come, please enjoy the content.. http://sdrv.ms/1daPZos
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Launch Event in Concord, CA - Dec 11th, 2013.

    Connect teams. Create harmony. Transform your business. In an age of extraordinary expectations, how can you ensure every app works flawlessly, seamlessly, and elegantly on every device, all the time? Invitation only VS2013 Launch Event at Hilton Concord – In Partnership with Microsoft Developers...
  • Blog Post: Walkthrough. It's Easy to Deploy a Web App to your "Free" MSDN Azure Account.

    So here’s an app, that’s running locally on my system. Note, I’m running on localhost in the URL, when I hit F5. Note you can click an image to enlarge. Right click on the Project in Solution Explorer and select Publish. Select “Download your publishing profile...
  • Blog Post: Free Azure with MSDN and Training Materials.

    If you are an MSDN subscriber, did you know you get free Azure benefits? This is a great way of deploying an application on a small scale, for example and getting user acceptance. You don't have to wait for IT to provision an environment. With a few clicks, you're free to deploy :) http://www.windowsazure...
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