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We recently published Developing a Windows Azure Data Application Using Code First and SQL Azure, a new tutorial that leverages several Microsoft technologies and shows you how to easily develop a data-driven application in Windows Azure. The tutorial uses the Entity Framework Code First functionality to create a data model for an ASP.NET MVC 3 application and automatically create a new SQL Azure database.
This is our first intermediate-level tutorial and the fourth in a series of tutorials focused on helping developers get started with various parts of the platform. We would love to hear your feedback about any of the technical content on the site and what scenarios you are most interested in seeing covered next. You can give your feedback by commenting on this post, contacting us directly at email@example.com, or adding your ideas and votes to the Windows Azure Documentation Voting and Windows Azure Code Samples Voting pages.
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