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  • Blog Post: Your SaaS Applications and the Windows Azure Marketplace

    There has been lots of buzz about the Windows Azure Marketplace since the announcements at the Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles that the Windows Azure Marketplace has been expanded to feature and sell not only data subscriptions, but application subscriptions. Effectively, you can now use...
  • Blog Post: What a (Windows Azure) Day! Tools and Training Kit Updates

    Wow! This was quite a Windows Azure Wednesday ! First the Windows Azure Code Gallery , and now, just released, brand new Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio and updates to the Windows Azure Platform Training Kit . Browse the code gallery >> Download the tools >> Download the training kit...
  • Blog Post: Social Gaming Powered By Windows Azure

    Social applications (games, sharing, and location-based applications and services) are very quickly becoming the most prominent types of applications. These social applications have the potential to grow from a few users to millions of users in an incredibly short period of time, and as such, they need...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Code Your Art Out Finalists!

    Back in March, Frédéric ( @fharper ) introduced Code Your Art Out , a “wicked” coding competition, as described on the competition’s home page . Between March 1st and June 1st, any kind of web app could be submitted. Over the last week, the apps were judged on their interoperability with different technologies...
  • Blog Post: Connecting Windows Phones and Slates to Windows Azure

    In the words of Rob Tiffany ( @robtiffany ), Mobility Architect at Microsoft, “the combination of mobile and cloud computing is like peanut butter and chocolate. Nobody does it better than Microsoft when Windows Phones and Slates are connected to Windows Azure over wireless.” If you haven’t had a chance...
  • Blog Post: Developer Lunch and Learn Webinar: Windows Azure

    I’ve been talking a lot about AzureFest recently as we’re travelling around the country introducing developers to the concepts of Cloud computing, and more specifically, what’s possible with Windows Azure . Many of you have told me that with a schedule defined by the constraints of application build...
  • Blog Post: AzureFest Makes A Surprise Visit to Calgary This Weekend

    AzureFest is making a surprise visit to Calgary this weekend ! If you haven’t yet heard of AzureFest, check out this post where AzureFest is described in full. Remember, Azure Fest is a hands-on event . This means that you’ll be following along on your own laptop and actually deploying your solution...
  • Blog Post: AzureFest Meets the East Coast

    East Coast, after many hours of logistics discussions and preparations, AzureFest is coming your way! If you haven’t yet heard of AzureFest, check out this post where AzureFest is described in full. Remember, Azure Fest is a hands-on event . This means that you’ll be following along on your own laptop...
  • Blog Post: Azure At the Movies: Get In The Cloud

    When was the last time you had a chance to go to the movie theatre during the day? More importantly, when was the last time you learned something new at the movie theatre? Well Azure at the Movies will not only get you out to the ScotiaBank Theatre on May 5, 2011 from 9 AM to noon, but it will also guarantee...
  • Blog Post: Moving Your Application to the Cloud

      When considering Windows Azure and the Cloud, architects and developers are often discouraged, thinking that in order to move a solution to the Cloud it must be reengineered to support the Cloud. Fortunately, that is not the case as there are different ways that a solution can take advantage of...
  • Blog Post: Continue Your Cloud Development Learning

    If you’ve recently joined me for AzureFest in Toronto and Mississauga , thank you for coming out! I hope the session was a worthwhile experience for you and that you were able to see how your existing knowledge and skills with .NET and Visual Studio can be leveraged to develop applications for the Cloud...
  • Blog Post: AzureFest Madness Continues

    I just came back from Vancouver where I had the pleasure of doing an AzureFest for members of the .netBC, VanTUG, and VanSLUG user groups. We had a great turn out, with 86 people showing up to learn about Windows Azure! Thank you to all of you who came. When I originally posted that AzureFest is back...
  • Blog Post: Connecting Windows Azure to Windows Phone Just Got A Whole Lot Easier

    As of today, connecting Windows Azure to your application running on Windows Phone 7 just got a whole lot easier with the release of the Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows Phone 7 designed to make it easier for you to leverage the cloud services running in Windows Azure. The toolkit, which you can find...
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