Being Prepared for Windows Azure DevCamp–Setup Guide

  Azure DevCamp – How to make sure you are setup           Windows Azure DevCamps – Redmond Campus – 12/13/2011 https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032496972&%3bCulture=en-US Windows Azure DevCamps – Phoenix – 12/15/2011 https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID=1032496972&%3bCulture=en-US This post is about coming prepared to the Azure DevCamps. The Santa Monica event is already sold out. Please come prepared. You don’t want to…

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Presentation and Training Kit: Android Consuming Cloud Data – Powered By Windows Azure

  Goal of this post – To teach you how to demo and Android Application consuming standards-based RESTful Web Services   This post has a simple goal – to prepare you to give a presentation on how you would communicate to the cloud from an Android phone. The presentation can be given a time range…

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Video Tutorial – How to add identity to mobile applications – Windows Phone 7 and the Access Control Service – Facebook, Yahoo, Google, Live ID

  What this post is about   Before diving into this post, special thanks to Wade Wegner for posting this: http://www.wadewegner.com/2011/11/nuget-packages-for-windows-azure-and-windows-phone-developers/          His post introduced me to NuGet, which is an amazing step forward in application development. You simply enter a single text command and you get huge amounts of powerful functionality. With this post and…

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How to consume RESTful Services using jQuery and/or Javascript

  Using jQuery against RESTful Web Services powered by Windows Azure   The diagram below illustrates a browser accessing a cloud-hosted RESTful service powered by Windows Azure. The purpose of the post is to illustrate how Javascript from within a browser can consume RESTful web services hosted in Windows Azure. Links to previous posts http://bit.ly/MobileToCloud…

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Presentation–How to introduce Cloud and Mobile Development

  Introduction – How to speak to Cloud and Mobile Development   This slide deck is based on a talk I did at OpenAndroid in San Francisco.         The purpose of this post is to replay the talking points. I will discuss one of the big influences on pushing cloud computing forward – mobile computing. The…

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Table of Contents–Supporting Billions of Rows/Entities–Mobile to Cloud Series

  Table of Contents   To do these labs, you will to sign up for a free trial account:                           Description Link Part 1 – Why Scale Matters http://blogs.msdn.com/b/brunoterkaly/archive/2011/09/27/supporting-billions-of-entities-rows-for-mobile-android-series-part-1-why-scale-matters.aspx Part 2 – What are some high level cloud offerings? http://blogs.msdn.com/b/brunoterkaly/archive/2011/09/27/supporting-billions-of-entities-rows-for-mobile-android-series-part-2-what-are-some-high-level-cloud-offerings.aspx Part 3–Architecture and Data Options http://blogs.msdn.com/b/brunoterkaly/archive/2011/09/28/supporting-billions-of-entities-rows-for-mobile-android-series-part-3-architecture-and-data-options.aspx Part 4–Building a Cloud-based RESTful service for our…

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Source Code to Azure RESTful Service, Android Mobile Client, iOS/iPhone Mobile Client, and Windows Phone 7 Mobile Client

  Here is the source code   Source Code: 8.5 mb download http://brunoblogfiles.com/SourceCode/UploadedSourceCode.zip            A free Azure account is available here.                                          The source code and explanation:                               Folder Contents AndroidMobileClient Source Code in Java of Android Client Application AzureRESTfulService Source Code in C# of Azure RESTful Service iOSMobileClient Source Code in Objective-C…

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Video–Building a RESTful Service in Azure

  Start by downloading my Clipboard Helper   Remember, you will need the Azure free trial.                                                     This application holds the code snippets used in my demo.         Clipboard Viewer – Building a RESTful Service http://brunoblogfiles.com/clipboard/buildRestfulService.zip Inside the zip are 2 files. Both of these files need to be in the same…

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Office 365–The finest office suite ever created

  I have been an Office user forever   I remember starting with Lotus and WordPerfect. They were fine products. But Office re-defined word-processing and spreadsheets. There are thousands of man-years of development in building the Office. And it shows. No other product even comes close, in terms of the level of sophistication, flexibility, and…

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