REGISTER HERE for the Monthly Public Sector Developer Dinner Event: Building Cloud-based Apps with Windows Azure
Event ID: 1032488512
Event Title: Monthly Public Sector Developer Dinner Event: Building Cloud-based Apps with Windows Azure
Event Date: June 22, 2011
Event Time: 18:00 – 20:00
Event Location: Microsoft Corporation 12012 Sunset Hills Road
Rooms 2004, 2006, 2008 Reston, VA 20190 (703) 673-7600
Click the link above OR call 1-877-673-8368 (9AM-7PM EST. M-F) and reference the above event ID
Microsoft Public Sector Developer site
Open Government Data Initiative site
Microsoft Public Sector Developer blog
Cloud Computing whitepaper
Speaker for tonight's presentation
David Makogon is a Windows Azure Architect Evangelist at Microsoft, and holds the dubious honor of being the world’s first former Windows Azure MVP. David has been developing Windows Azure applications since early 2009, before Windows Azure was commercially released. Prior to joining Microsoft, David was Principal Architect at RDA, and served as a virtual Technology Specialist for the Windows Azure sales team at Microsoft.
David lives in Maryland with his wife, 3 kids, and puppy Nimbus (appropriately named after a cloud). You can read his thoughts at http://www.DavidMakogon.com, and his shorter thoughts at http://twitter.com/dmakogon.
What you will learn
Ready to get started building cloud-based apps, but not sure how to get started? David will demonstrate how to jump into Azure quickly. He’ll also talk about what you can do with the Windows Azure platform today, including non-.NET technologies such as C++ and Java, as well as 3rd-party applications.
· How to jump into Azure quickly
· What you can do with Windows Azure today, including non-.NET technologies:
o 3rd-party applications
Who Should Attend
Developers, Architects, and technical managers who are interested in building cloud-based apps.
Attend this event for your chance to win an Xbox 360!
Xbox 360 will be raffled at the conclusion of the dinner.
Notice to all Public Sector Employees: Due to government gift and ethics laws and Microsoft policy, government employees (including military and employees of public education institutions) are not eligible to participate in the raffle.