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Windows Azure Mobile Services

When you start building the next great mobile app, do you want to worry about your backend? Do you want to figure out hosting and support servers, or just work on your killer app? Windows Azure Mobile Services allows you to do that. In this session we’ll cover how you can connect your mobile applications to a reliable cloud based backend that gives you super easy data storage, user authentication, push notifications, and more with just a few clicks. You will leave knowing how to get your backend setup so you can start building apps immediately.

Chris Risner is a Windows Azure Technical Evangelist at Microsoft. Chris is focused on using Windows Azure as a backend for iOS and Android clients. He has been working with iOS and Android development for the past several years. Before working in mobile development, Chris worked on many large scale enterprise applications in Java and .NET. Chis is a prodigious learner who loves technology of all flavors and has a vast amount of experience in Smart Clients, Asp.Net MVC, C#,, Java, Objective C, Android and iOS. You can find out more about Chris at http://chrisrisner.com and http://twitter.com/chrisrisner.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    An excellent overview by Chris on managing these features in Azure. And always appreciate a great code demo.

    1 · December 11, 2012

  • Jeff M.

    The presentation was good. The screen is too small for the amount of text presented. Fine for powerpoint slides...but showing code, it's quite difficult to see.

    2 · December 11, 2012

  • Jef K.

    This was a great dive into a technology which I haven't had the chance to explore on my own. Amazing to have Chris up here from MS!

    1 · December 10, 2012

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