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…


Using React and building a web site on Azure

Guest post from Walid Behlock Microsoft Student Partner at University College London About me I have always loved to solve problems of all kinds and have developed a passion for technology since my youngest age. I have previously participated in international Robotics competitions and attended many talks and events related to hardware and software. I…

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A gentle introduction to functional programming for web programmers using F#

Guest post by Thomas Denny Microsoft Student Partner at the University of Oxford About Me Hi I am currently studying Computer Science at the University of Oxford. I am the president (2017-18) and was the secretary (2016-17) of the Oxford University Computer Society, and a member of the Oxford University History and Cross Country societies….


Using Microsoft Azure Educator Grants at the University of Lincoln

  Lincoln School of Computer Science (LSoCS), University of Lincoln, UK The School of Computer Science is based on the Lincoln campus in high-quality, newly-developed facilities. The School holds a broad range of expertise in Computing Technologies and Information Systems, including specialisms in robotics and autonomous systems, computer vision and image engineering, medical applications of…


Presenting Data from an IOT Device onto a Azure WebSite

In this blog I want to expand on the Windows Core IOT project, by presenting the data which is presently being stored in Microsoft Azure  IoT Hub data and presenting this live to a Azure Website.   Step 1 Create a Service Bus Consumer Group in Microsoft Azure In order to allow several consumer applications…


Microsoft Web Platform Day 21st Jan 2016 Microsoft Campus Reading

A full day dedicated to web development on the Microsoft platform. We will look at the very latest in ASP.NET 5, Edge, JavaScript, Angular, Visual Studio and Azure. We will equip you with new capabilities to build better, faster, slicker websites using modern web development techniques and tools. The day will consist of several demo-rich…


Getting to grips with Web Graphics Library and Building Web Based Games and Apps

If your a student game developer there never a better time to get upto date with the latest tech and tools which the Christmas holiday starting and having access to DreamSpark Azure why not get your teeth into WebGL and build some great prototypes you can take into January’s Global Game Jam. So what is…


Labs Scenarios for Machine Learning, Web Development and Mobile Game Development all with a Microsoft DreamSpark Azure Account

  The challenge of most survey information systems courses taught in the College of Business is that the hands-on projects tend to teach Microsoft Office skills rather than give insights into IT careers.  This might be why CIS, MIS and IS departments still struggle to recruit students to the major despite a very robust job…

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Building a HTML5/JS Game & hosting it on your DreamSpark Cloud Subscription

Fancy learning the basics and getting your first game up and running on your Azure Web Services, well this guide will show you have to build a game with Web technologies. The following blog will take you through a step by step guide of building a game from scratch using Web technologies and just two…