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MSDN – Explore Windows, Web, Cloud, and Windows Phone Software Development

MSDN – Explore Windows, Web, Cloud, and Windows Phone Software Development

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.NET Multi-Tier Application - Windows Azure Tutorial Developing for Azure is easy using Visual Studio 2013 and the free Azure SDK for .NET. If you do not already have Visual Studio 2013, the SDK will automatically install Visual Studio Express 2013, so you can start developing for Azure entirely for free. This guide assumes you have no prior experience using Windows Azure. On completing this guide, you will have an application that uses multiple Azure resources running in your local environment and demonstrating how a multi-tier application works. You will learn: How to enable your computer for Azure development with a single download and install.

DatenDialog - Big Tent goes to Berlin In May, we held our first Big Tent conference near London, where we debated some of the hot issues relating to the Internet and society with policy-makers, academics and NGOs. The term "big tent” not only described the marquee venue but also our aim to include diverse points of view. After the U.K. success, we decided to export the concept. Yesterday we welcomed more than 200 guests in Berlin, Germany to the second Big Tent event, entitled DatenDialog. This dialogue about data tackled the issue of online privacy from a variety of angles.

Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 now available! - Somasegar's blog Two weeks ago, I shared that final builds of Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 had been created, and that they’d be available for MSDN Subscribers on August 15th. Well, today is August 15th, and I’m excited to announce that the bits are live and ready to go. How can you get them?

Expression Home - Aurora The proliferation of rich interactive web applications across the cloud and mobile devices continues to create new opportunities for creative design and development. As these technologies evolve, Microsoft is committed to providing best-in-class tools for building modern applications. In support of these industry trends Microsoft is consolidating our lead design and development offerings — Expression and Visual Studio — to offer all of our customers a unified solution that brings together the best of Web and modern development patterns. Blend will continue to ship as a standalone tool with Visual Studio 2012, as part of a consolidated designer/developer offering. Blend for Visual Studio 2012 provides a rich design-centric environment for building Windows Store apps and Windows Phone apps. Expression Blend

How to use table storage - Windows Azure feature guide This guide will show you how to perform common scenarios using the Azure Table Storage Service. The samples are written in C# code and use the Azure Storage Client Library for .NET. The scenarios covered include creating and deleting a table, as well as working with table entities. For more information on tables, see the Next steps section. Table of Contents Social networks are becoming your personal operating system Today’s biggest trends — the mobile web, social media, gamification, real-time — are changing the landscape for business. Consumers are connecting with one another, and in the process they’re becoming increasingly empowered and influential. How these connected consumers discover, share, and communicate is different than the way they used to. This change requires businesses to rethink their approach. Organizations need to examine the impact of technology on consumer behavior and understand how connected consumers make decisions and influence the decisions of their peers. The End of Business as Usual makes the case that the need for business transformation is bigger than social media and more important than just connecting or communicating with customers in social networks.

Chris Hammond New Release: dnnCHAT v01.00.00 now available using #SignalR Earlier this year I started on a project to learn how to use SignalR, I had reasons to do so for my full time job (non-DNN related) but considering my DNN experience over the past 11 years I figured that learning how to use SignalR with DNN would be my fastest way to get myself up to speed. So I started working on a Chat module. Originally that module was called SignalRChat, and was available on codeplex, but ultimately I decided that name kind of sucked, so it needed to be something else. In comes the DNN Chat module project, there was a Chat module for DNN long ago, but the last official release of it was in 2008, and while there was a Beta in 2010, it hadn't seen any development and work in years.

Tutorials Learn HTML This HTML Tutorial will give you an easy, yet thorough and correct introduction on how to make websites. The tutorial starts from scratch and requires absolutely no prior knowledge of programming. Announcing Release of Windows Azure Media Services I’m excited to announce the general availability (GA) release of Windows Azure Media Services. This release is now live in production, supported by a new media services dev center, backed by an enterprise SLA, and is ready to be used for all media projects. With today’s release, you now have everything you need to quickly build great, extremely scalable, end-to-end media solutions for streaming on-demand video to consumers on any device. For example, you can easily build a media service for delivering training videos to employees in your company, stream video content for your web-site, or build a premium video-on-demand service like Hulu or Netflix.

How the enterprise is adopting tablets (infographic) It’s no secret enterprises have begun to adopt tablets with the same fervor of consumers. Since the debut of Apple’s iPad in Jan. 2010, the integration of tablet devices into our lives and work has progressed rapidly — so fast that it’s sometimes hard to put in perspective how quickly got here. The exclusively obtained infographic below breaks down how far workforce adoption of tablet technology has come — and where it’s headed. (The graphic was sponsored by Lenovo and Qualcomm.)

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