Intro to Windows Azure with Scott Hanselman

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Get started with Windows Azure in less than five minutes. Watch as Scott Hanselman demonstrates how easy it is to create, deploy, and manage an ASP.NET web site on Windows Azure, all from within Visual Studio.

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      Mouhammad Fakhoury

      This is very cool! I am sure a lot of hard work went into making this happen! This kind of integration between Azure and VS has a hand-clove feeling!

      I think Scott Gathrie's hard work is shining through! We started to see some serious improvements to the Azure platform since he took the lead. I am sure it took thousands of people to get the power and complexity of Windows Azure in the reach of all kinds of developers! This is just amazing work!

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      Ian2

      Great presentation, but where were the laughs?

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      Magnus Ohlsson

      I think the "Attach Debugger" for Azure Web Sites shown in the end might not have made it to the SDK 2.2 release. It is present for Cloud Services though.

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      hosseinpana​hi

      Let's talk about prices!specially for start-ups!

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      sayedhashimi

      @Magnus, the Azure Web Sites remote debugger server support has not yet been published. The client (VS) support is in the Azure SDK 2.2. When the server side support is published the command will light up in Visual Studio automatically.

      Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi

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      Sampy

      Good stuff Smiley

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      khaledsroor

      هذا برنامج قد دخلته و لا أعرف ما المقصود منه أرجو من أخوانى العرب الذين يجيدون اللغة شرح لى ما يهدف له هذا البرنامج

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      Mackeny

      Great. Can't wait to get VS2013

       

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