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  • Blog Post: Java-Umgebung nach Wahl in Windows Azure

    Neue Windows Azure-Tools auf Eclipse-Basis und aktualisierte Client Libraries (SDK), mit denen Kunden nun beliebige Java-Umgebungen hochladen und auf Windows Azure einsetzen können, hat das Windows Azure Technical Strategy Team auf der am Freitag zu Ende gegangenen Professional Developers Conference...
  • Blog Post: PDC Sessions

    Last week was PDC – with great announcements and releases like Silverlight 4 Beta . All of the PDC keynotes and almost all of the breakouts sessions are here available online for anyone for free. As mentioned on the PDC video page if the session you want isn’t there, just check back after a couple of...
  • Blog Post: PDC 09 - Data Center in a Box

    Neben den Software-Seite von Windows Azure kann an der PDC exklusiv auch die Hardware-Seite begutachtet und (leider nur mit dem Mobile) fotografiert werden, denn analog zu erfolgreichen Menschen gilt auch im Cloud Computing: Hinter jedem starken Cloud Operating System steht eine starke Data Center Infrastruktur...
  • Blog Post: Vorschau auf die PDC 09

    Nächste Woche findet in Los Angeles die PDC 09 statt, auf der Themen wie Azure, .NET Framework 4 und VS 2010 im Mittelpunkt stehen werden, auf der aber auch wie üblich der Fahrplan für die nächsten Jahre vorgestellt wird. Die DeveloperWorld serviert im Voraus ein paar Appetithäppchen für die, die sich...
  • Blog Post: PDC09 Early Birds Save Currently $300

    The Professional Developers Conference (PDC) is Microsoft’s premier gathering for developers and architects. PDC09 will be organized 17-19 November 2009 in Los Angeles. Attendees of the event learn about the future of Microsoft’s developer platform, exchange ideas with Microsoft technology experts and...
  • Blog Post: PDC09 Registration is Open – Early Birds Save $500

    The Professional Developers Conference (PDC) is Microsoft’s premier gathering of leading-edge developers and architects. PDC09 will be organized 17-19 November 2009 in Los Angeles. Attendees of the event come from around the world to learn about the future of Microsoft’s developer platform, exchange...
  • Blog Post: Try out the DeepZoom app on our Shape Website

    On 26 November, Shape - The Web Conference will deliver a series of technical breakout sessions around topics that have been announced at PDC this week. Silverlight 2.0 is one of 10 sessions waiting for you, next to Cloud Computing, Internet Explorer 8, Live Mesh and many more. Try out the DeepZoom Application...
  • Blog Post: Live from PDC last day and closing notes

    REST with WCF REST is gaining popularity and in WCF 3.5 we added REST support through WebGet and WebInvoke attributes and the UriTemplate. Now we just made available the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) REST Starter Kit CTP 1 that you can find it here www.msdn.com/wcf/rest The WCF REST...
  • Blog Post: Live from PDC day 3

    “Dublin” it just works “Dublin” is an application server that sits on top of IIS/WAS and offers the management and monitoring tools for WCF and WF. It will ship as free add-on for Windows Server 2008 and included in future server OS releases. Dublin will also deliver: - message correlation and...
  • Blog Post: Live from PDC day 2

    WPF The first good news is that we are shipping (RTW) a bunch of new controls for WPF. The most notable of course is the DataGrid that I had a chance to try in the CTP stage and is quite powerful but also quite performing on large datasets. This enables LOB application to be done in WPF without the...
  • Blog Post: Live from PDC day 1

    I’m in LA for the Microsoft Professional Developer Conference and I will write a daily resume on this blog about what I have found interesting on the visited sessions. Windows Azure The big news today is the announcement of our cloud strategy and in particular our first cloud offering. The key...
  • Blog Post: Professional Developer Conference (PDC) startet heute und bringt eine Reihe von interessanten Ankündigungen

    Falls Sie Zeit haben klinken Sie doch in die Live Keynote von Ray Ozzie und Bob Muglia ein. Der Live Stream kann unter www.microsoftpdc.com angesehen werden. Im Zentrum der heutigen Ankündigungen stehen die neue Windows Cloud Plattform (Name wird heute auch angekündigt) und die Cloud Services. Zwei Schweizer...
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