What is a Jump Start?
Jump Start training classes are specifically designed for developers and product leaders who need to know how to best leverage a new Microsoft technology. Typically, they assume a certain level of development expertise and domain knowledge, so they move quickly and cover topics in a fashion that enables teams to recognize progress quickly. Not sure you’re ready? Prerequisite skills include experience with the .NET Framework and Visual Studio.
Windows Azure Platform Jump Start
Whether you’re in the midst of moving applications to the cloud or just wondering how and why to leverage the Windows Azure Platform, Microsoft Learning is excited to enable you and your team. The Windows Azure Platform Jump Start provides live access to world-class instructors, hands-on labs, and samples that will help enable you and your team to build applications that utilize Windows Azure, SQL Azure & Windows Azure platform AppFabric.
Microsoft customers can register for these sessions here.
The Hands on labs software needed are .NET Framework 4.0, Visual Studio 2010, ASP.NET MVC2.0, Windows Powershell, IIS7, Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 1.3, Windows Azure platform AppFabric SDK V1.0 - July Update, Windows Azure platform AppFabric SDK V2.0 CTP - October Update, Microsoft SQL Server Express 2008 (or later),SQL Server Management Studio 2008 R2 Express Edition, Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation Runtime, Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation SDK.
Course Schedule | Windows Azure Platform Jump Start (Subject to Change)
Windows Azure Platform Overview Windows Azure Compute Windows Azure Storage Intro to SQL Azure Intro to the Windows Azure AppFabric
Scalability, Caching and Elasticity Asynchronous Workloads Asynchronous Work and Azure Instance Control Storage Strategies and Data Modeling Exploring Windows Azure Storage
The Azure Platform Application Lifecycle Deploying Applications in Windows Azure Windows Azure Diagnostics Building ASP.NET Applications for Windows Azure Building Web Forms/MVC Apps with Windows Azure AppFabric Deep Dive Service Remoting with Windows AppFabric Service Bus Introduction to the Azure Marketplace
It is possible to show the webcast online after the events?
Christian, that will happen, just as it did for the Windows Phone 7 Jump Start sessions: channel9.msdn.com/.../Windows-Phone-7-Jump-Start-Session-1-of-12-Introduction
Anyone else having issues accessing the session? I keep clicking view online and get Live Meeting login screen with "Info entered is not valid or you do not have permission". Using link they sent, using my only LiveID login...
Never mind -- completely annoyed -- give me a contact/help button! Anyways, logout of live, logged in, clicked register, logged out, logged in with original account, confirmed registration request and got in...