The Sweden Windows Azure Group (SWAG) will running “Cloud-Burst 2012”, a two-day Windows Azure conference hosted at the Microsoft offices in Akalla, near Stockholm on the 27th and 28th September, with an Azure Hands-on Labs Day at AddSkills on the 29th September. The event is free to attend, and will be featuring presentations on the latest Azure technologies from Microsoft MVPs and evangelists. The following presentations will be delivered on the Thursday (27th) and Friday (29th):
· Connecting Devices to Windows Azure - Windows Azure Technical Evangelist Brady Gaster
· Grid Computing with 256 Windows Azure Worker Roles - Connected System Developer MVP Alan Smith
· ‘Warts and all’. The truth about Windows Azure development - BizTalk MVP Charles Young
· Using Azure to Integrate Applications - BizTalk MVP Charles Young
· Riding the Windows Azure Service Bus: Cross-‘Anything’ Messaging - Windows Azure MVP & Regional Director Christian Weyer
· Windows Azure, Identity & Access - and you - Developer Security MVP Dominick Baier
· Brewing Beer with Windows Azure - Windows Azure MVP Maarten Balliauw
· Architectural patterns for the cloud - Windows Azure MVP Maarten Balliauw
· Windows Azure Web Sites and the Power of Continuous Delivery - Windows Azure MVP Magnus Mårtensson
· Advanced SQL Azure - Analyze and Optimize Performance - Windows Azure MVP Nuno Godinho
· Architect your SQL Azure Databases - Windows Azure MVP Nuno Godinho
There will be a chance to get your hands on the latest Azure bits and an Azure trial account at the Hands-on Labs Day on Saturday (29th) with Brady Gaster, Magnus Mårtensson and Alan Smith there to provide guidance, and some informal and entertaining presentations.
Attendance for the conference and Hands-on Labs Day is free, but please only register if you can make it, (and cancel if you cannot).
Cloud-Burst 2012 event details and registration is here: http://www.azureug.se/CloudBurst2012/
Registration for Sweden Windows Azure Group Stockholm is here: swagmembership.eventbrite.com
The event has been made possible by kind contributions from our sponsors, Knowit, AddSkills and Microsoft Sweden.