Multiple Sclerosis (or MS): Bike to the Bay 2013, Delaware

    Team Microsoft Delaware is getting ready for Bike To The Bay 2013 ride on Saturday 21 Sept 2013 to support The Delaware Chapter of the National MS Society, who is committed to research for a cure tomorrow, but also to provide programs which address the needs of people living with MS today (checkout…

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Windows Store Apps – Best Practice: Pre-Store Submission

Windows Store has an excellent option to pick your app’s release date. I have worked with several app publishers to use a future release date to test the entire submission process way early in the app development life cycle, and to reduce the last minute surprises. When your final build is ready for submission to…

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Multiple Sclerosis (or MS): Bike to the Bay 2012, Delaware

 Team Microsoft Delaware is getting ready for Bike To The Bay 2012 ride on Saturday 22 Sept 2012 to support The Delaware Chapter of the National MS Society, who is committed to research for a cure tomorrow, but also to provide programs which address the needs of people living with MS today (checkout a short…

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Celebrate National Robotics Week in Delaware on 14 April 2012

FAME, Inc. (Forum to Advance Minorities in Engineering), a pre-college enrichment program that prepares and motivates traditionally underrepresented minority students and girls in grades 7-12 to enter college and complete a baccalaureate degree in engineering, science, math or technology related fields of study, is hosting National Robotics Week  event in collaboration with other STEM (Science,…

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Windows Azure – How Do I: Hello Azure (Part 2)

In this “Hello Azure Part 2” episode of How DO I series, let’s package and deploy our Hello Azure application. Key Points:    You need Windows Azure SDK for .NET and Visual Studio Tools for Windows Azure (download from here) Run Visual Studio as Administrator to be able to use Windows Azure Emulators Additional Resources: Windows…

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Windows Azure – How Do I: Hello Azure (Part 1)

In this “Hello Azure Part 1” episode of How DO I series let’s create a simple Windows Azure application (say Hello Azure), debug it and run it locally. In Part 2, let’s package it and deploy it to Windows Azure. Key Points: You need Windows Azure SDK for .NET and Visual Studio Tools for Windows…

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Windows Azure ‘n’ Action Café

  Please join us at the Azure ‘n’ Action Café for the ‘lunch and learn’ online sessions on a series of topics related to the Windows Azure Platform. These are jump-start overview sessions including demos and best practices. We are partnering with world class expert speakers from Microsoft to bring this exciting content to you….

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Windows Azure Discover Event in New York on 24-Jan-2012

         We are hosting a half-day Windows Azure Discover Event (part of world-wide series brought to you by Metro – Microsoft’s Early Adopter Program and is free of charge) in New York City on Tue 24-Jan-2012 from 9:30am – 1:30pm. Our goal is to help ISVs and software startups understand latest updates on Microsoft’s…

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Windows Azure – How Do I: Sign-up a free Trial Account

In this How DO I series let’s see how to sign up a free 3-months trial account of Windows Azure.      Key Points: · Free for 3-months · Does require a Credit Card but comes with a default spending limit of $0 · Monthly allocation includes 750 Small Compute Hours, 1GB Web Edition of…

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Windows Azure Holiday Goodness: Service Release – December 2011

Recently several Windows Azure December updates are announced to improve ease of use, interoperability, and overall value. Here are my favorites and see here for complete details. Simplified Risk Free 90-Days Free Trial Eliminating usage above free quota limits that lead to overage charges; see below MonthlyAllocations Compute (750 small compute hours) Storage – Relational (1G…

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