Microsoft Cloud School; Seminar on Cloud Computing and Windows Azure

TechTalks from Cebu (and Beyond)
Sat, 19 Nov 2011, 00:00 - 02:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Cebu City, PH

WHAT:  Seminar on Cloud Computing and Windows Azure; Hands-on activity


University of San Jose Recoletos

Basak Campus, Cebu City, Cebu

WHEN:   Saturday, November 19, 2011; 8AM to 5PM

COST:  This event is free.  

Lunch and Snacks will be provided by Microsoft.  Please RSVP to reserve your seat.


SPEAKER:  Eduardo "Edu" Lorenzo Jr.

ISV - Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Philippines

REQUIREMENT: Web Development experience, particularly ASP.Net and a Windows Azure subscription.  Depending on the venue, we plan to have a Hands-on Lab in the afternoon.  Please bring your laptop, if you have any.   We are hoping to find a venue with desktops but cannot guarantee it.   For any questions about the topics or requirements of this seminar, please email our speaker through this meetup group. Click on "Members" tab on top of this screen, search for Eduardo Lorenzo then click on "send email".

Edu will also introduce Microsoft Philippines' current programs to support Tech Startups and the benefits of these.



Topics: (Cloud Computing and Windows Azure)

- Moving SQL Data from SQL Server to SQL Azure

- Connecting a Web Application (running local) to the SQL Azure Instance

- Packaging and Deploying the WebApp to Windows Azure

- Running the “final product” on Windows Azure, consuming data from SQL Azure

* All throughout the session various bits and pieces of Development Considerations for Windows Azure shall be discussed.

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