Azure Group - Monthly Meeting

In honor of May Day, TampaDev will its first Azure meeting; code name "May I Azure".  Greg Leonardo will present on Websites in Azure, which will look at templates available and custom development using MVC and SQL.  This is a great start to learning and seeing how Azure works from development to deploying.

Greg Leonardo, the founder of Webonology, has been working in the IT industry since his time in the military. He has worked as at providing line of business solutions in SharePoint, BizTalk, Microsoft CRM, WCF, WPF, Silverlight, MVC, Mobile and Web, to name a few.  He sits on the Board of Directors for TampaDev a Microsoft .Net user group. He is an iNeta regional and Microsoft community speaker and has presented line of business discussions at TechED (BOF), user groups, and various code camps throughout Florida.

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  • Omar H. S.

    Thanks for the intro Greg. I was able to get a wordpress blog up in like 10 minutes. I also found this cool beta Azure Portal @ https://portal.azure.com.

    May 5, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I downloaded Azure yesterday from MSDN Academic Alliance, but I received an error that it was for Win 8 and I am running WIN 7, so then I downloaded and installed Virtual PC to install Win 8 virtually, and THEN run Azure, but keep getting resource needed errors. :-( Will keep trying

    March 31, 2014

  • Joe H.

    Make sure you have Azure before the event. If you are a NOT a startup, sign up for the free trial at http://bit.ly/azure200­ . If you meet the following qualifications, I can get you a bizspark account. Email me directly at [masked] for the 'quick' route.

    Your startup qualifies for BizSpark if you are:
    Developing software or apps
    Less than 5 years old and privately held
    Making less than US$1M annually

    Gets you MSDN sub w 2 x-small instances
    Email [masked] directly.

    March 28, 2014

    • Mayra H.

      Joe, if more than one person attends (from the same company) should each person sign up for the trial (individually)?

      March 31, 2014

    • Joe H.

      It would probably be easiest. Otherwise you get in a mess with the same azure developer logins.

      March 31, 2014

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