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  • Blog Post: Windows 8 App Spotlight: I Want My Mummy

    I wanted to shine a spotlight on one of our local development studios this week and share some of their story. Pig Out Productions has released the first of their many games to the Windows 8 store. I Want My Mummy is a 70 levels of rock breaking, TNT ...read more
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Virtual Machine Test Drive Kit

    The public preview of hosted Virtual Machines in Windows Azure is now available to the general public. This platform preview enables you to evaluate our new IaaS and Enterprise Networking capabilities. Once you have registered for the 90 Day Free Trial ...read more
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Training Kit – August 2012 Released

    In this release of the training kit we have delivered 41 HOLs covering a wide variety of bug fixes and screen shot updates for Visual Studio 2012. We now have 35 Presentations with new content surrounding Windows Azure SQL Database, SQL Federation, Reporting ...read more
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Training Kit (June 2012) Now Available

    The Windows Azure Training Kit June 2012 Update is now available. The June 2012 update includes 42 step-by-step hands-on labs and 20 presentations covering the new Windows Azure features.  Some of the highlights of this update include: 12 new hands ...read more
  • Blog Post: Why can’t I connect to my SQL Azure database?

    We’ve been running our Azure Hands On Experience labs throughout the US Central Region for the last month or so and the SQL Azure exercises require the user to connect a newly created SQL Azure database from their development workstation. Inevitably, ...read more
  • Blog Post: Multi Tenant Metering in Windows Azure

    Our global ISV team just announced the public availability of the Cloud Ninja Multi-Tenant Metering Block ( CNMB ) . The CNMB code sample enables SaaS ISVs to meter tenant-level consumption of various Windows Azure resources such as bandwidth, storage ...read more
  • Blog Post: Announcing Visual Studio Achievements for Windows Azure

    Last January, a great question was posed by Rudi, a Slovenian developer in the Channel 9 community who asked “ What if Visual Studio had achievements? ” on his While True blog. The community conversation sparked by the blog post as well as the Reddit ...read more
  • Blog Post: Introducing the Windows Azure Learning Path

    Starting today, we're pleased to announce the new Windows Azure Learning Path at http://aka.ms/AzureLearningPath , which will get you up and developing  cloud apps in no time flat. Organized by levels, and featuring the teachings of some of the leading ...read more
  • Blog Post: Awesome Series on Windows Azure Security

    My buddy Bruce Kyle has put together a view into how you can secure your applications in Windows Azure . This six-part series describes the threats, how you can respond, what processes you can put into place for the lifecycle of your application, and ...read more
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Resource Guide

    I’m shifting gears this year to focus more on our Windows Azure offerings. Since our first discussions in our ArcReady events, I’ve been fired up about cloud computing and our Azure platform offering has matured nicely over the last year. This is a collection ...read more
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 Resource Guide

    Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch gives you a simpler and faster way to create high-quality business applications for the desktop and the cloud, regardless of your development skills. LightSwitch is a new addition to the Visual Studio family designed ...read more
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