Tech Ed Atlanta 2011

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Now, after Shy & I have delivered the Cost Oriented Development lecture, I can relax and post a little bit about this conference. Tech Ed 2011 is a really BIG conference. The Georgia World Conference Center is huge, and even thousands of attendees can not fill it. The Expo is twice larger than it was in the last LA PDC and you can see that companies that present here invest a lot. The audience is a mixture of IT professionals and developers. CloudValue, the CodeValue subsidiary company has a booth. We present our new cost online service tracking tool...

MSDN Israel Event–Introducing Windows Azure

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Arnon and I would like to thank all the people that attended today the Introducing Windows Azure lecture. The feedbacks (verbal and written) were great, thank you. As I said in the lecture, one of the best ways to further learning how to develop to Windows Azure is the Windows Azure training kit. Beside that you can watch and read the materials from the last PDC. To those of you that couldn't come to this event, I will briefly describe what we delivered: In the first lecture we introduced the whole cloud concept, we showed...

Sela Developer Practice

Monday, November 2, 2009

We are going to the PDC. And when I say we, I mean 17 experts and 3 managers from Sela. This year we are going to be in all sessions and meet many key professionals from Microsoft and other companies. We will also have a booth. Why do I tell you that? Not just to tell you that it is fun to work at Sela (It is, but it is also very demanding) and that we are investing in our people, but to announce that we are going to talk about all current and new technologies that will...

PDC 2008 – Windows Azure

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The day started with the announcement of a new "Operating System" for the cloud - Windows Azure. Windows Azure is a foundation to build scalable and robust applications and services that will be deployed to Microsoft servers (the "Cloud"). Windows Azure also support a .NET Services such as SQL services, Exchange services and so forth. It seems that .NET MyServices (Hailstorm) is back with a more mature design and implementation. The only problem that I find in this model is that I think that many companies will not put their core business data and functionality in Microsoft hands. You...
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