If you are interested in Node.js on Windows or Windows Azure, you’ll like this week’s reading list. There also some good reading related to WP7 development (the video about devices, OData, and Azure is excellent). Enjoy…
- Web Matrix and Node.js – The easiest way to get started with Node on Windows: Scott Hanselman describes “cats and dogs living together, mass hysteria”.
- Playing With NodeJs (1) Running on Windows (and Azure): A collection of Node.js resources for Windows & Windows Azure.
- Windows Azure Storage for Node.js: A Node.js package for Windows Azure Blob Storage.
- Now Available: The Service Bust September 2011 Release: As announced at BUILD this week, the Service Bus September 2011 Release is now available. This is the biggest feature update in the production environment since the service launched in January 2010.
- Windows Azure Storage Team Blog: Lots of Windows Azure Storage resources:
- Overview of Windows Azure Diagnostics: I spent a lot of time learning about Windows Azure Diagnostics this week. This topic in the MSDN library was very helpful.
- Running the Windows Azure Tools and SDK on the Windows 8 Developer Preview: Wade Wegner walks through a few challenges in getting started with the Windows Azure Tools and SDK for the Windows 8 Developer Preview.
- How to get the most out of Windows Azure Tables: An older post, but still very relevant if you are using Windows Azure Table Storage.
- Your devices + OData + Windows Azure == happiness(VIDEO): Senior PM Lead Mike Flasko looks at how to build apps for devices using OData and Windows Azure.
- Azure Services Connecting Windows Phone to Data: A continuation of a previous post that shows a different way of leveraging Azure cloud services for mobile applications.
- Windows Phone 7 Guide for Symbian Qt Application Developers: From the article: “If you have been developing Qt applications for Symbian^3, Symbian Anna, or Symbian Belle and are interested in building your applications for Windows Phone, this guide is for you.The guide covers what you need to know to add Windows Phone development to your skill set, while leveraging what you have already learned while developing Symbian Qt applications.”
- Helicon Zoo — a repository of web frameworks and applications for Microsoft IIS: A solution for setting up development and production environment with various web frameworks (RoR, Django, Mojolicious, and more) on Windows systems with IIS.
Have a great weekend.