An Introduction to Azure Functions in Java

Guest post by Jin Sun Park Microsoft Student Partner at Imperial College About Me Hello! My name is Jin Sun Park and I am currently a second year Computing student at Imperial College London. I’m originally from Korea, but I grew up in Singapore and the Philippines. My academic interests include data science and computer…

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Using Eclipse and Java to build and host a web app on Azure

Guest blog by David Farkas Microsoft Student Partner at the University of Cambridge About Me I have started immersing myself in the creative side of technology just a few years ago. I’ll be returning to Cambridge in the fall, to further my education in Computer Science. My LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-farkas-3b00a8a1/ My git: https://github.com/Veraghin Introduction Nowadays, the…

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Visual Studio Extensions – So much support from the community Haskell, Java, MarkDown, Latex and much more..

Today we are proud to announce that all 7000+ Visual Studio extensions have been migrated from the Visual Studio Gallery to the Marketplace, finally making us the one stop for all extensions of the Visual Studio Product Family. Starting today users can browse, search, filter, rate, review and download extensions right from the Marketplace. Check…

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Teaching Java with Visual Studio Code why is this better than Eclipse

  Java is one of the major practical and widely-used languages that fall within the Object Oriented family. Many institutions use Java as a first-year teaching language and generally teach the Java course is intended to: 1. Provide all of our students with exposure to a common programming language that can be used by later…

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Join the Java Tools Challenge- Make Java Great with Visual Studio – Over $80,000 in prizes

The 2016 Java Tools Challenge officially opened on Feb 1st and runs through Apr 30th. Are you up for the challenge? There are two ways you can participate:  Create a Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) extension that helps developers create, test, and/or deploy Java apps; OR Create a Java app (multiple judging categories) using either…

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Power of the Cloud for Research

Microsoft BizSpark, Techila Technologies have published a selection of new video explaining how cloud computing might be able to boost researchers success and innovation.  As changes and enhancements in cloud computing progress at such a rapid rate its important as researchers and academics you understand where businesses and the markets are going and adapt your…

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Great news for Universities who are using PhoneGap for App development – Full Support for Windows Phone

PhoneGap version 1.3 has just been announced with full support for Windows Phone We want to highlight that all the features of the popular mobile framework are supported on Windows Phone 7.5. The Microsoft Interoperability team have blogged about this here. This release extends the cross-platform capabilities of PhoneGap, giving more choices to developers in…

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Getting Started with a 90 day Azure Pass

You can start building and using Microsoft Windows Azure by following the following steps: 1. Setup an Account: Set up an account and obtain a free subscription for accessing the online portals for Windows Azure an SQL Azure. You can sign up and get the trial from http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/pricing/free-trial/. Note: With the new capping functionality available…

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Windows Azure updates December 2011

Today we are announcing multiple updates to Windows Azure that improve ease of use, interoperability, and overall value. Key Highlights: New Developer Experience and Enhanced Interoperability Access to Windows Azure libraries for .NET, Java, and Node.js is now available under Apache 2 open source license and hosted on GitHub, a new Windows Azure SDK for…

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Interested in running a Tomcat/Java Worker Role in Windows Azure? Step by Step guide here:

The Windows Azure Tomcat Solution is designed in a way that you can update your Tomcat project outside VS2010 project. The VS2010 application will be deployed once however whenever you would need to update, Tomcat, Java Run time or your own Tomcat based solution, you can update without updating your Windows Azure application. This project…

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