Draft agenda published for Six Weeks of Windows Azure #6weeksazure

We are very interested to get feedback on what else you would like to see, any tweaks etc. And to be clear – its is most definitely draft and is a subset of what we hope to finally deliver once … Continue reading →

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Six Weeks of Windows Azure will start on … Monday 23rd January 2012

Yesterday we locked in the dates for www.sixweeksofazure.co.uk which is fantastic news. We also confirmed that our core set of webinars and online surgeries will happen on the Monday and Wednesday of each week – with additional activities happening on … Continue reading →

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Links and Slides on Windows Azure and Windows Phone 7 session Thursday 10th Nov

Big thank you to everyone involved in the session yesterday – and well done on the cocktails! And a special thanks to David of red badger for doing a great job of sharing their experiences. Download Slides: Windows Azure Workshop … Continue reading →

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Great FREE SQL Server 2012 webinars for UK partners in Nov to March

Microsoft UK has pulled together a great set of on-demand and live webinars to help you get to grips with SQL Server 2012. Enjoy! NB: You will need to be a registered partner on the Microsoft Partner Network to take … Continue reading →

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Slides and Links from Windows Azure Discovery Workshop Nov 8th

On Tuesday David and I delivered a Windows Azure Discovery Workshop in Reading. A big thank you to everyone who attended and the great discussions we had. The next step is to sign up at http://www.sixweeksofazure.co.uk for FREE assistance to … Continue reading →

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Windows 8 and developers

Post BUILD conference, much has been written about “Windows 8” and the impact of the announced technologies on developers, especially existing .NET developers.  Some of the conclusions people reached in those early days and weeks were quite frankly… a little … Continue reading →

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The future is … App Stores (oh and Cloud)

Yesterday I was presenting on the Windows Azure Platform to Microsoft ISVs in Manchester (slides and links from an earlier delivery). One of the areas I covered was the Windows Azure Application Marketplace and more specifically how important I felt … Continue reading →

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