San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Again two sessions in one evening! We'll be exploring Visual Studio Monaco as well as what else you can do on Windows Azure if you leave the beaten track. Neo4J, Redis, HBase and all sorts of other technologies mixed and matched in IaaS and PaaS.
Developing Azure Websites with Visual Studio Online (Monaco): because it's mundane Monaco
With Visual Studio Online or shortly VSO, Microsoft already offered a broad range of tools and services that support different kinds of development. To further build on that vision, Microsoft recently released a preview of “Monaco”, a new development service specifically designed for building and maintaining Windows Azure Websites.
With Monaco, Microsoft provides developers with a lightweight, friction free companion to the Visual Studio IDE that is accessible from any device on any platform. It is a rich, browser based, code focused development environment optimized for the Windows Azure platform, making it easy to start building and maintaining applications for the cloud.
In this session we will walk you through this exciting new Windows Azure service, show you how fast you can make changes in Monaco and how the online experience can speed up your development and offers you an even greater set of tools than the ones you already use every day. We will talk about more advanced scenarios, and show you how the extensions work, how you can leverage Git and TFS source control in combination with Monaco, and how you can even make live changes, compile them and have them reflected immediately online.
Speaker: Mike is Microsoft Lead Consultant and Architect at Crosspoint Solutions (part of the Cronos group), a company with a strong focus on BI, Data and CRM. Mike is mainly focused on the complete Microsoft product stack and therefore very flexible to work with. He’s been active in the IT industry for over 15 years and has performed almost all types of job profiles, going from coaching and leading a team to architecting and systems design and training. Today he’s primarily into the Microsoft Cloud Platform and Application Lifecycle Management. He’s not a stranger to both dev and IT Pro topics.
In January 2012 he became a crew member of AZUG, the Belgian Windows Azure User Group. As an active member he’s both involved in giving presentations and organizing events. Mike is also a Windows Azure MVP and Windows Azure Insider.
Mike likes helping out in the community and introducing new & young people into the world of Microsoft and technology.
Forget the cheese, let me out of the trap. I <3 Windows Azure.
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AZUG is a Belgian user group with focus on development and architecture of the Windows Azure Platform. Our goal is to share knowledge and experiences with the .NET community on Windows Azure, Windows Azure AppFabric, SQL Azure and other cloud products directly related to Microsoft's Windows Azure platform.