Azure

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Windows Azure with Windows Phone 7
I presented two talks on windows azure recently. One among them was focusing on Windows Phone 7 app development. The other one was on MVC3 ASP .Net app. The idea was to introduce how Windows Azure can be leveraged in both these exciting platforms. The talk was demo centric; below are the slides and the demo / webcasts recordings links for the same. Talk one- Building Windows Phone Applications with Windows Azure Platform and Visual Studio 2010 Demo included: Creating a Demo application from VS 2010 ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 3, 2012 7:25 PM | Comments (0)

Windows Azure with Windows Phone 7
I presented two talks on windows azure recently. One among them was focusing on Windows Phone 7 app development. The other one was on MVC3 ASP .Net app. The idea was to introduce how Windows Azure can be leveraged in both these exciting platforms. The talk was demo centric; below are the slides and the demo / webcasts recordings links for the same. Talk one- Building Windows Phone Applications with Windows Azure Platform and Visual Studio 2010 Demo included: Creating a Demo application from VS 2010 ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 3, 2012 7:09 PM | Comments (0)

Twitter Tree in Silverlight
At last i got some time to work on long pending “project: i have thought of. This one is about listing all twitter friends in a connected graph and see their statuses. It uses Twitter API and WCF service to feed the silverlight. WCF acts as an adapter to twitter service. The idea is to connect to other services like “orkut”, “facebook”, “Mayspace” etc in future. It uses SL 3.0; so you must have it installed to run this: Here are the snapshots of the running application.(Running in flock)!! You may ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 6:17 PM | Comments (0)

Mesh Enabled Web application with Silverlight
Someone asked me about cloud computing and Azure platform and then asked me the future of MEWA in light of Silverlight 3 offline application. While i have my own thoughts on them and both do target different application segments, i will first like to demo on a Silverlight MEWA ; then SL 3 offline – online thing and of course the difference… (along with similarities) Here is step by step procedure: 1. Down load Live services… 2. Make a new project in Live services .. choose Silverlight template 2. ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 6:16 PM | Comments (0)