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Windows Azure Bootcamp at Cluj-Napoca, 27 April 2013

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Codecamp is organizing in Cluj-Napoca the Windows Azure Bootcamp. This free event is part of the Global Windows Azure Bootcamp. The materials that will be used are based on Windows Azure Training Kit (each speaker may customize the training kits).
This one day deep dive class will get you up to speed on developing for Windows Azure. The class includes a trainer with deep real world experience with Windows Azure, as well as a series of labs so you can practice what you just learned.

Awesome. How much does it cost?
This event is FREE to the attendees.

What do I need to bring?
You will need to bring your own laptop and have it preloaded with Visual Studio 2010 or Visual Studio 2012 and the last Windows Azure SDK. Please do the installation upfront as there will be no time to troubleshoot installations during the day.

Is this for beginners?
Yes and no. The local trainers will use the Windows Azure Training Kit to guide you to the basics. We’ll also be running a massive scalability experiment that may bring one of the Windows Azure datacenters down!

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Agenda:
08:45 - 09:00 Registration

09:00 - 10:30  Hands-on Windows Azure Service Bus, Radu Vunvulea
Durring this hands-on lab we will discover how to manage topics and subscriptions on Service Bus. Working with messages, filters and death letters will be practice in details.

10:30 - 12:00 Operations and maintenance of Windows Azure applications, Mihai Tătăran
A short hands-on training with some of the tasks needed to be covered by the support team of an Azure application. Automatic deployments, updates, backups / recovery tasks, etc.

12:00 - 13:30 Building Windows 8 Applications using Windows Mobile Services, Mihai Dan Nadăș
In this hands-on lab you will learn how to combine the fluency of Windows 8 applications with the power of Windows Azure: From a Windows 8 Style UI application, you will consume an ASP.NET MVC 4 Web API service published in Windows Azure Web Sites, and store your data in a Windows Azure SQL Database. In addition, you will learn how to configure the Windows Push Notification Services (WNS) in your app to send toast notifications from your service to all the registered clients.

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For any kind of information related to this event please contact Radu Vunvulea - vunvuleargmail.com

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