Windows Azure has evolved over the years, and now with the Infrastructure Services (VMs) offered, it makes a lot of sense to leverage Azure for creating development environments and running testing scenarios. In this session, we’ll look at all of the pieces that contributed to using Windows Azure for development and testing and how you can leverage your MSDN benefits to get going.
Adam Gallant is a 19 year veteran at Microsoft Canada, working in a variety of positions focusing on software development and techniques. In his current role, Adam works with Microsoft’s customers and partners in helping them learn and deploy Microsoft ALM platform, Visual Studio 2012. While Adam specializes in the details of implementation of Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server, he has a broad background in development processes, platforms, and technologies, as well as quality assurance techniques. He is currently focused on helping customers to continue to derive efficiencies in the software development space on the Microsoft platform.
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