My SDP 13 sessions demo code

יום שלישי, מאי 7, 2013

Sela Developer Practice for 2013 is finishing it’s breakout sessions stage, and I had three fun sessions: Things Every Developer Most Know about HTTP Big-Time: Introducing HDInsight service (Hadoop on Azure) Get your Node.js Under Control with TypeScript I had great time, and would like to thank all attendees for attending my sessions. You can find my demo’s code in my Sky Drive. Next on Thursday, I have a full day workshop on Node.js, with lot’s of good stuff planned like: Express and...

SDP 2013 Bigger Longer & Uncut

יום רביעי, ינואר 16, 2013

After speaking in few international conferences outside of Israel in the past 6 months, I have the pleasure of taking part in another conference which is near and dear to me: Sela’s own SDP. This year our conference is bigger and stronger than ever with an international lineup, including Jesse Liberty, Shawn Wildermuth, Udi Dahan and Mike Martin who will also be speaking in my user group, The Windows Azure community, that month. This SDP I have the pleasure of giving four breakout sessions: Things Every Developer Should Know About HTTP ...
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Upcoming events: Øredev, SDP and the Windows Azure/Web Developers Communities Holidays special

יום ראשון, ספטמבר 16, 2012

As always, September is a very special time for me. This year, in addition to my b-day and the Jewish high holidays September marks the beginning of a very intensive period, packed with both public events and very special projects. So without farther ado here are the events that have been keeping me busy lately:   The first thing in my very busy calendar is the Windows Azure/Web Developers Communities Holidays special which is going to take place in the Microsoft R&D center in Herzliyya. The meeting is taking place thanks to the great...

ASP.NET Web API: Fun with verbs

יום שלישי, פברואר 21, 2012

For those of you who do follow me on twitter (shame on you), last Thursday’s announcement about the reincarnation of the WCF Web API as the ASP.NET Web API could not come in worst timing. As I was scheduled to deliver a 3 hours session in Microsoft for an audience of WCF developers entitled REST via the WCF Web API. Since yours truly is not one of those speakers that is willing to talk about last weeks technology, I have spent most of the weekend rewriting my demos and rebuilding the session (the demos can be found here). ...
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