If you didn't get to attend PDC09 I'm sure you've kept up to date with all of the info and news. But- one thing you definitely missed out on was the
GeekFest party. There was video games, women on stilts, live art performances, dancers, contortionists, food and drinks! Take a peek....
David Gristwood goes roving with his video camera at the PDC to meet some of the Azure team who are responsible for building Azure and deciding the features make it into the product set. This is a great chance to hear some of the team talk about their areas
of focus across Azure, including:
Scott at PDC09 in Los Angeles this week and got a great opportunity to get a guided tour of a piece of the Windows Azure Cloud from Patrick Yantz, a Cloud Architect with Data Center Services. You may think it's a Cloud Container, but it's not! Join me on this very technical 15 minute deep dive…
jccimNov 20, 2009 at 10:48AM0
During day one PDC09 keynote, Ray Ozzie highlighted Microsoft’s commitment to interoperability announcing additional technologies you can now use on Window Azure Tomcat (Java), memcached and MySQL.
We sat down with Steve Marx (Technical Strategist in the Window Azure team) and Vijay…
jccimNov 20, 2009 at 10:47AM0
Maarten Balliauw from RealDolmen initiated the
Windows Azure SDK for PHP a few months ago. Since then we have been working together to improve the project and we were very excited to
announce at PDC09 the availability of version 1.0 of this SDK.
In this video, Maarten Balliauw and Vijay…
Wednesday, the second day of Microsoft’s Professional Developer Conference, was jam-packed with news about upcoming products, beta releases and more. If you didn’t tune into the live stream, here’s what you missed: Internet Explorer 9Arguably one of the bigger announcements from PDC, Steven…
Joe Stegman, Director of Program Management on the Silverlight team, joins us to discuss Silverlight 4's Out of Browser improvements (OOB
means you can run Silverlight applications on the desktop, outside of, well, the browser...). Of note, you can now interop with COM objects in SL4's OOB. We…
jccimNov 19, 2009 at 3:47PM0
A couple weeks ago,
Microsoft was at ApacheCon. We reported the progress made on the Stonehenge project and presented the roadmap.
The goal of Stonehenge is to provide a public forum to test the interoperability of WS-* protocols on different vendor stacks and to build sample applications…
jccimNov 19, 2009 at 9:38AM0
Johnny Halife, Partner Architect from Southworks started a few months ago a project aiming at providing a Windows Azure SDK for Ruby developers.
Still in beta, the SDK puts the Window Azure storage features ( table, storage & queues) very close to ruby developer.
Johnny was at PDC09,…
Windows 7 is a landmark product for Microsoft with support for things like sensors and multitouch. With just months (which quickly turned into weeks) to go until the show, it was decided that the best way to accelerate getting the hardware to support these
new features in the hands of the…