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LIDNUG & Wintellect: Putting the Cloud in Your Pocket Part 1 by John Garland
Tuesday, July 24, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (EDT)
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A Guide to Using Windows Azure to Build Cloud-Enabled Windows Phone Apps with John Garland
Windows Phone is Microsoft's operating system for today's modern smartphones. It features a focus on end-user experiences through a glanceable, discoverable UI and a competitive hardware platform. Developers can quickly build cutting-edge applications using powerful and familiar Microsoft tools and technologies and make these apps available through a common Marketplace.
Windows Azure is Microsoft's platform for developing and deploying internet-scaled applications and services in the cloud. Azure provides scalable application platforms, storage services, identity services, and connectivity services that developers can use to extend the reach of their applications without needing to focus on the related infrastructure and capital concerns.
On their own, the Windows Azure and Windows Phone platforms offer many development opportunities, but when brought together they offer even richer possibilities. Join John Garland as he presents tools and techniques that can be used to write Windows Phone apps that take advantage of the Cloud through Windows Azure and its related services.
Register to attend the webinar and you'll be entered to win a Wintellect virtual training course (a $499 value). The winner will be announced during the webinar. You must be present to win.
The LIDNUG and Wintellect series of events are sponsored by Syncfusion.
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The official INETA Linked.NET Group! (LIDNUG)
This group is meant to be for professionals using or interested in the Microsoft .NET technologies
Professionals that are using or interested in the Microsoft .NET technologies and the C# language in particular.
The group is for developers, architects, designers (Silverlight), managers, consultants, Visual Studio software engineers, QA and Program Managers and anyone else who is interested.
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