This just in…
“The Gu” (a.k.a. Scott Guthrie) just announced on his blog that next Tuesday, December 13th, 2011, that there will be a live “Learn Windows Azure” event for developers. The day long event promises to be a great way to learn about Windows Azure and what it provides.
Guthrie will be kicking off the event on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Wa with a 90 minute keynote. Not only will “The Gu” be kicking things off, but he’ll be joined by Microsoft technical leaders, Dave Campbell and Mark Russinovich for this day long event. The three of these folks have been key engineers on Windows Azure.
You can register watch it in person if you live in the Seattle metropolitan area. Don’t live in Seattle? No problem! You can watch it live on the world wide web anywhere in the world thanks to the folks at Channel 9. (I plan to be tuned in from near Exit 117 in Jersey!)
Why the short notice for this event? Who knows? It’s not often that “the Gu” schedules an event like this, so I’m guessing it will be sure to have some very interesting information for developers interested in the cloud. Don’t miss it!
Given that the event is coming from Redmond on the west coast, it will from from noon – 8pm here on the US east coast. I’ve added the eastern time zone times for my US east coast readers.
Learn how to get started building applications for Windows Azure with the Windows Azure SDK & Tools from Microsoft Corporate VP Scott Guthrie.
Join Microsoft Technical Fellow Dave Campbell in this session and learn how to use SQL Azure and Windows Azure storage services in your cloud applications.
After 66 episodes of the Channel 9 Cloud Cover show we figured it was time to take a risk and give Steve Marx and Wade Wegner a studio audience. Join Wade and Steve for this special live edition to see some fresh Windows Azure demos and hear answers to common Windows Azure questions.
In this session, Jay Schmelzer will show you how to use Visual Studio to its full potential to develop, debug, and deploy cloud applications.
Do you want to build applications that are highly scalable, loosely coupled, and highly available? Then tune in for this session to learn about key Windows Azure services and patterns from David Aiken.
Submit your questions over Twitter with the #WindowsAzure hashtag and have them answered live during the event by senior Microsoft engineering leaders.
This looks to be an exciting day of content! Hope you can make it.