RDN Dev Day: Windows Azure
Expert advice and demonstrations to help you get started with Windows Azure.
The rationale to consider moving applications to “the Cloud” are clear: infinite scalability, reduced infrastructure and management costs, and an opportunity to focus on what you do best; develop great software. But developing for the cloud requires much more than just pointing your code at Azure.
Come join Readify Senior Consultant and Microsoft MVP (Windows Azure), Steven Nagy, as we explore the practicalities of the Microsoft Windows Azure Platform from the ground up. We identify real-world best practices in developing highly scalable cloud applications, and get our hands dirty cutting code designed to run on infinite computing resources. This presentation-lab style day-long session is what you need to get a solid grounding in the capabilities of Azure. You’ll leave eager and prepared to start your first application in the cloud.
Date: Tuesday 23 November 2010
Location: Microsoft | Level 9 - Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle Street, BRISBANE
Duration: Full day seminar
Time: 9am – 5pm (registrations open at 8:30am)
Investment: $150 + GST (includes light refreshments & lunch)
Senior Consultant | READIFY
Steven Nagy is a Senior Consultant with Readify, a Windows Azure Technical Specialist. He was also recently awarded a Microsoft MVP for Windows Azure and has presented on the topic at many Microsoft and community events. He has been learning, teaching, and presenting on Azure since its first and public release at PDC 2008 and frequently attends the MSDN, VSTS, and SQL Server User Groups in Brisbane.
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