Elevate Your Skills with Windows Azure In This Online Hands-on workshop!

@HOME WITH WINDOWS AZURE During this event we’ll guide you through the process of building and deploying a large scale Azure application. Forget about “hello world”! In less than two hours we’ll build and deploy a real cloud app that leverages the Azure data center and helps make a difference in the world. Yes, in…


Live Services Jumpstart 2009 – Washington, DC, November 13th and 14th

Want to build traffic, drive user engagement and influence behavior through your Web applications? Want to ride the social networking and mobility wave in the consumer market? Join us at the Live Services Jumpstart event in Washington, DC on November 13th to explore the full breadth of the consumer components of the Microsoft ‘Software +…

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OnRamp Training for Partners – The Next Generation of Web Development on the Microsoft Platform

If you are not familiar with the OnRamp program, it is a 2-day instructor-led depth training course offered exclusively to the Microsoft partner community. The course fee is minimal, $199, as cost recovery for food, venue and equipment rental. Each session accommodates roughly 16 attendees so seating is quite limited. Our latest offering provides attendees…


Coming to Atlantic City – Microsoft Health & Life Sciences Developer Conference

This event will offer developers, architects, technical and business decision makers in the healthcare industry a chance to learn how Microsoft is making a big bet in the enablement and delivery of Software + Services in Health & Life Sciences. The Health & Life Sciences Developer & Solution Conference will include a mix of keynotes,…

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Why use delayed signing

Sometimes I hear the question, why not just share the private key with the developer team in order to avoid the whole process of resigning an assembly before deployment.  Well the answer is all about protecting the integrity of your systems and software.  At Microsoft we are proponents of using delayed signing for development and keeping the private key…