Sujet: Top Azure features every ASP.NET developer should know about
Conférencier : Bill Wilder, MVP Azure, Boston USA
NOTE: Cette présentation sera en anglais
Let’s face it: as technologists, “the cloud” is in the future for all of us, and resistance is futile. For many of us who predominantly develop on Microsoft technologies, adopting the Microsoft Azure cloud platform will be a natural progression.
How to get started? In this talk we will cover some easy ways to get started with the cloud, progressing from simple ideas to more ambitious ones as we go. Similar to how learning a new programming paradigm tends to stretch the mind (e.g., a C# developer learning functional programming with F#), you will also see that learning how to develop for the cloud will inform and shape how you go about developing day to day - even if not (yet) for the cloud.
Some of the topics we will cover (in varying depths) include devops, dev-test, non-.NET tool stacks, federated identity, semantic logging, and cloud-friendly architecture patterns - all while touching on a variety of Azure features and services on the way.
Bill Wilder (Principal Cloud Architect for Development Partners Software Corporation) is a hands-on developer, architect, consultant, trainer, speaker, writer, and community leader focused on helping companies and individuals succeed with the cloud using the Windows Azure Platform. Bill began working with Windows Azure when it was unveiled at the Microsoft PDC in 2008 and subsequently founded Boston Azure, the first/oldest Windows Azure user group in the world in October 2009. Bill is recognized by Microsoft as a Windows Azure MVP (http://bit.ly/billmvp) and an Azure Insider (https://insiders.windowsazure.com/home), and is the author of the book Cloud Architecture Patterns (http://www.cloudarchitecturepatterns.com/), published by O’Reilly in September 2012. Bill can be found blogging at blog.codingoutloud.com (http://blog.codingoutloud.com/) and on Twitter at @codingoutloud (https://twitter.com/#!/codingoutloud). You can also check out the Boston Azure cloud user group at www.bostonazure.org (http://www.bostonazure.org/) and @bostonazure (https://twitter.com/#!/bostonazure).
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