If you are new to Windows Azure and willing to learn how to host an ASP.NET application on Window Azure, here's a step by step article dissecting the process of hosting web applications on Windows Azure. Walkthrough: Hosting an ASP.NET MVC Application on Windows Azure HTH,
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As you may or may not know by now, in December 2011, a slew of new Windows Azure features, services, & tools came online. This included a complete overhaul of the WindowsAzure.com website. If you’re a developer who has not looked at Windows Azure before, the end-to-end experience of developing an application for the platform has improved greatly. Via Twitter, I came across a great blog post from David Pallmann, author of The Windows Azure Handbook. You can find David’s post here: Taking a Fresh Look at the Windows Azure Development Experience This is a lengthy post
that you’ll likely want to have bookmarked for reference. In the post, David takes walks you through the entire experience from A to Z in developing an application for Windows Azure. Along the way, he hits most of the core services available, including compute, storage, SQL Azure, and the Service Bus. I found this post easy to follow with good code snippets and samples as you go. Check it out, and remember you can play along at home by trying Pallmann’s steps out on your own Windows Azure 90-day free trial account! ...(Read whole news on source site)
Microsoft Test Manager (MTM), AKA Test Professional, is a new testing system that team can use to create manual and Automation test quickly. The real advantage and strength of MTM is the integration with TFS and Visual Studio 2010 and how it can leverage the ALM tools and practices. In the demo, we show: Explain [...]
Branching Merging and Build are two parts of the overall software development cycle. In the Branching and Merging session, we cover industries standard approaches to branching and merging, the pros and Cons of the standard approaches, and how each strategy might fit your company needs. In the Build section we cover how to setup a [...]