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Join us for a free day of learning Windows Azure and Cloud Computing and support diabetes research (with a big data project)
Azure Learning Tracks
(Session 1) Windows Azure Websites - Create and Deploy and Scale Your Websites to the Cloud
(Session 2) The Public and Private Cloud - Create and Deploy Windows Server and Linux Servers and Virtual Networks to the cloud. This track will also include OneDrive and Office 365 deployment.
(Session 3) Creating Real World Cloud Applications - Create Mobile and Desktop Apps using Windows Azure Mobile Services on Android, IOS, and Windows 8.1 (Desktop, Mobile, and Phone) with a look at creating apps using AATA Transit Data.
(Session 4) The Internet of Things - Using the Azure Cloud to Harness the Internet of Things on the Windows Embedded Platform and The Raspberry PI (Linux)
8 AM - Registration
9 AM - Session 1 and lab
11 AM - Session 2 and lab
1 PM - Lunch Break
2 PM - Session 3 and lab
4 PM - Session Session 4 and lab
5 PM - Dinner Break
7-8 PM - Closing Ceremony and Presentations
Global Windows Azure Boot Camp event will help advance Diabetes Research by hosting a globally distributed lab in which attendees of the event will deploy virtual machines in Windows Azure which will help analyze data needed for this research. We’re aiming at discovering how our body’s serum protein glycosylation works. The research is led by Richard D. Smith in the Biological Sciences Division at Pacific Northwest National lab (PNNL) in collaboration with Minnie M. Sarwal and Tara K. Sigdel at the California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute. The Camp will use GlyQ-IQ software, developed to run in a massively multicore parallel deployment.
Local Confirmed Speakers
Orest Storoshchuk (Connected Vehicle Optimization and the Cloud)
Steve Holzer (HomeBuilding and the Cloud)
Gary Powell (Moderating our panel discussion "Streaming Media and The Cloud")
Don Burnett and Jason Puro of Semantic-Intelligence.net (topic: using the Internet as a data source)
Popular Content Sessions
AATA Transit APIs and the Cloud, Creating Mobile Apps
Wolfram Language and Raspberry PI (Knowledge-Based Languages and the Internet of Things)
Windows Embedded Industry Pro and Azure Solutions in the Cloud
Using Azure with Non-Microsoft platforms
Washtenaw Community College's Internet Professionals Program
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