Live from Microsoft Redmond: Learn Windows Azure Tues Dec 13th 5pm to 1am UK time

This online event promises to be a great way to spend a Tuesday evening with Microsoft technical leaders Scott Guthrie, Dave Campbell and Mark Russinovich

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and… if you are UK based, why not also sign up for Six Weeks of Windows Azure, starting January 23rd 2012 and all completely FREE.

We will cover the following topics at the Learn Windows Azure event on Tuesday:

5:00p.m. – Getting Started with Windows Azure

Learn how to get started building applications for Windows Azure with the Windows Azure SDK & Tools from Microsoft Corporate VP Scott Guthrie.

6:45p.m. – Cloud Data & Storage

Join Microsoft Technical Fellow Dave Campbell and learn how to use SQL Azure and Windows Azure storage services in your cloud applications.

8:15p.m. – Channel9 Cloud Cover Show Live

Join Steve Marx and Wade Wegner for this special live edition to see some fresh Windows Azure demos and hear answers to common Windows Azure questions.

9:30p.m. – Developing Windows Azure Applications with Visual Studio

In this session, Jay Schmelzer will show you how to use Visual Studio to its full potential to develop, debug, and deploy cloud applications.

10:45p.m. – Building Scalable Cloud Applications

Do you want to build applications that are highly scalable, loosely coupled, and highly available? Then tune in for this session to learn about key Windows Azure services and patterns from David Aiken.

12:00a.m. – Expert Panel Q&A featuring Scott Guthrie, Dave Campbell, and Mark Russinovich!

Submit your questions over Twitter with the #WindowsAzure hashtag and have them answered live during the event by senior Microsoft engineering leaders.

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3 thoughts on “Live from Microsoft Redmond: Learn Windows Azure Tues Dec 13th 5pm to 1am UK time

  1. Hi Eric,

    We are signed up for the six weeks in January. Our APP has a 1st version planned date of April. We are attending the Getting started on 13th December. When would be the best time to start our 3 month trial?



  2. Sorry Jan – for some reason I got hit with lots of spam comments in Dec. Just sifting through them.

    There are several other routes to getting longer trials periods than the 3 months. If your company is young have you looked at BizSpark? Also MPN membership and Cloud Essentials via MPR get you Azure time for free.

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