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PowerPoint presentations from the Azure OSS Summit in Argentina (Spanish)

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We have published the PowerPoint slides from the Azure OSS Summit in Argentina, presented last week. They include the following topics (in Spanish, unless otherwise stated): 1. Introducción a Windows Azure. 1a. Microsoft GFS Datacenter tour (English only). 2. Arquitecturas Híbridas de Nube. 3. Desarrollo OSS en Windows Azure (PHP, Java, Python) 4. Motores de […]

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PowerPoint presentations for the Windows Azure OSS summits in India

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For those who attended the Windows Azure OSS Summits (Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore) in India, we just uploaded the PowerPoint presentations used during the different sessions, including: 1. Windows Azure Overview. 2. Building Hybrid Cloud Architectures 3. The OSS Developers Story 4. The OSS Data Story 5. Windows Azure and node.js They can be found here: […]

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Mark your calendars! Windows Azure OSS Summit in Argentina, March 2013

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Now is the turn for Buenos Aires, Argentina, where we will be talking about the integration between Windows Azure and Open Source technologies. Don’t miss the Python, PHP, Java and node.js sessions, while we show you how to take advantage of multiple database engines – including Azure table storage, MongoDB, neo4j and Cassandra – for […]

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Mark your calendars! Windows Azure OSS Summit in India, February 2013

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Following the successful Windows Azure OSS Summit that I presented in Paris with David Makogon, Bhushan Nene, and Karandeep Anand; we are now flying around the world to meet with Windows Azure developers in India, where we will be visiting three different cities: Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore. We will talk about the latest features incorporated […]

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Mark your calendars! Windows Azure OSS Summit in Paris, France; December 4th, 2012

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One of the biggest myths about Windows Azure is that it was created with only .NET developers in mind. The reality is that my team has helped multiple companies around the world implement cloud solutions using a variety of programming languages, including Java, PHP, Node.js and Python, among others. Also, it’s not difficult to find […]

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