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Episode 65 - New Windows Azure SDK and Tools with Scott Guthrie

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Join Wade and Steve each week as they cover the Windows Azure Platform. You can follow and interact with the show at @CloudCoverShow.

In this episode, Steve and Wade are joined by Scott GuthrieCorporate Vice President at Microsoftwho walks them through some recent updates to the Windows Azure SDK & Tools. In particular, Scott highlights new ways to easily create and publish applications directly from Visual Studio.

In the news:

For the tip of the week, both Steve and Wade posted tips for managing the .publishsettings file for certificate management:


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  • AviadAviad

    That's great! thank for sharing :)

  • one day soon, I am hoping to install and run Orchard on Windows Azure, plus run some background services for my Windows Phone 7 application.... I am glad to see that things are getting easier.  Keep up the excellent work!

  • Great show! Just took the new publish dialog for a test drive and worked like a champ. I'm hoping next week's show discusses the future of Azure AppFabric as I just received an email this morning regarding the discontinuation of the CTP.

  • Luke Latham at SellRexLuke Latham at SellRex

    Steve and Wade: You are the zenith of our species. I'm not sure if that's a good or bad thing, but I'm pretty sure this fact represents either the dawn of new era of prosperity for humans or the beginning of the end! May god (BG) have mercy on our wretched souls!

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