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August, 2009

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    Microsoft SQL Azure Database Community Technology Preview (CTP) Just Released

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    The SQL Azure Database CTP includes: · Relational data model supporting Transact-SQL (T-SQL) , including T-SQL stored procedures. Access SQL Azure with familiar data access APIs such as ODBC, OLE DB, ADO.Net, PHP, etc. The high degree of compatibility...
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    Embracing Cloud Based Application Development

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    Wayne Beekman, co-owner of Information Concepts Inc., a Microsoft partner based in Northern Virginia, shares his vision on cloud based appliation development. Read the CXO article here .
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    MSDN Roadshows in August 2009

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    Touring this fall, the East Region TechNet team of John Baker, Dan Stolts, Blain Barton and Yung Chou are bringing you a game plan of sessions that are sure to spike your productivity. From current tools and technologies to practical insights, there will...
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    Windows Azure Platform Training Kit - August Update

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    The Windows Azure Platform Training Kit includes a comprehensive set of technical content including hands-on labs, presentations, and demos that are designed to help you learn how to use the Windows Azure platform including: Windows Azure, SQL Azure and...
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    MICROSOFT ARCHITECT COUNCIL | Innovation is the Name of the Game

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    Architects: Adverse times are also best times for innovation! Choosing the right battles to fight, and reinventing ourselves with less resources are par for the course today. However, not all innovation needs to be revolutionary or transformative. In...
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    Windows 7: Application Compatibility and Windows XP Mode

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    Many commercial and custom developed applications running on Windows XP and Vista should just work on Windows 7. However, it is highly recommended that customers test the applications before moving them to Windows 7. Microsoft provides many resources...
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