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Make It Happen in the Cloud with complimentary Windows Azure Developer Camp

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Did you know? Windows Azure is open and flexible cloud platform created by Microsoft.

What: You’re invited to experience a Windows Azure Developer Camp and “leave with code running in the cloud.” This is a complimentary, one-day Windows Azure Instructor led; full day workshop where you get down and dirty. Yep, attendees will gain hands-on practical knowledge of the latest Windows Azure development tools and technologies.

According to press specs, look forward to instructor led hands-on labs for three basic subjects:

  • Learn how to build infrastructure at the speed of code with Virtual Machines in the cloud
  • Build your first cloud native application, and deploy it into an auto-management environment
  • Configure single sign-on for your ASP.NET application and learn how to extend your corporate identity store to apps in the cloud.

Who: Open to general public for free, check here to RSVP.

When: Thursday March 6, 2014 from 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Where: Microsoft Office ~ 5404 Wisconsin Ave, Suite 700 Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815

FYI: Click here for a free trial of Windows Azure here.

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