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  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Bringing the Cloud Down to Earth

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    With all the talk about Windows Azure and hosting your application in the “cloud”, it’s easy to forget that somewhere there’s a computer, or perhaps thousands, that are actually running your application. There’s a fascinating write-up and photo series...
  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Practical Azure #24: Windows Azure Mobile Services

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    Well, this one went a bit longer than most, but only because Windows Azure Mobile Services has so many cool features that are relevant to just about anyone building mobile applications today - regardless of platform. Join me for this pre-Build 2013 session...
  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Azure@home Part 4: WebRole Implementation (redux)

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    This post is part of a series diving into the implementation of the @home With Windows Azure project, which formed the basis of a webcast series by Developer Evangelists Brian Hitney and Jim O’Neil. Be sure to read the introductory post for the context...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Top Failed Bots

    During a presentation the other day to the Charlotte ALT.NET group ,  I made a joke that Rock, Paper, Azure is doing something completely ridiculous: we invite people to write code and we’ll run it arbitrarily.  (Well, not really arbitrarily...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    MSDN Magazine: Getting Started with SQL Azure Development

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    One of my Developer Evangelist colleagues from the west coast, Lynn Langit , published an article on Getting Started with SQL Azure in MSDN Magazine today.  Lynn’s article is thorough and does a great job of helping one get up to speed on working...
  • US ISV Evangelism

    ISV Case Study: Add Geo-location with iLink GIS Framework on Windows Azure

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    Frameworks are pre-built code libraries and well defined business processes that are designed to facilitate software development and implementation of business processes. Developers can use frameworks to speed up the development of solutions and products. iLink Systems provides solution frameworks that are nearly complete solutions of pre-built code that can be used to reduce time to market, support best practices, reduce delivery cost and improve ROI.

    Once a potential need has been pinpointed, these frameworks can be leveraged individually, in parts or in combination with other frameworks. Frameworks are consumable by ASP.NET, Silverlight apps, or Web Services and tie in data from various formats, including Windows Azure data storage and SQL Azure. iLink’s Geographical Information System (GIS) Framework enables to add Geolocation to solutions and products by offering rich visualization of geography sensitive data.

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  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Practical Azure #21 - HDInsight

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    “Big Data” is undeniably one of the more prevalent buzzwords of the last year or two, and given the scalability inherent to the cloud, it’s a natural fit for Windows Azure. Microsoft's specific foray into this burgeoning technology is the HDInsight service...
  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Adding Notifications to Your Windows 8 Game

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    Successful apps are sticky; they make us want to come back again and again, whether it’s to check in on Foursquare, send a Tweet, or get a quick answer from ChaCha. Of all the types of apps, games can be the stickiest – Angry Birds anyone? or in my case...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    David Chou Shares How To Run Java With GlassFish in Windows Azure

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    Most of the developer talk around Windows Azure seems to be focused on .NET-based applications.  However, Azure is open to running all sorts of different application platforms. On the Connected Show , Dmitry and I have dedicated quite a bit of air...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Can’t Lock() in RPA

    For security and performance reasons, we often review what bots are doing and review any rejected bots to see how things are going.   When a bot is rejected, it is typically easy to spot the exact reason when looking at the code, but sometimes...
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