In celebration of National Entrepreneurship Week, Microsoft Boston and Microsoft Natick will be hosting free two-hour special events for aspiring entrepreneurs and early-stage startups. You’ll hear a keynote address from a successful startup founder and a panel of local entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship experts will be sharing insights and taking questions. Later you’ll have the opportunity to network with other local startups and entrepreneurs and to hear about Microsoft BizSpark and other business solutions offered by Microsoft. Read more “Entrepreneurship Week Event: Turning Your Ideas into a Reality”
If you’re interested in any of the following, this is a must-attend, free, hands-on event!
- Becoming Azure certified
- Improving your marketability in the new cloud-optimized world
- Becoming a systems architect
- Staying current on the latest technologies
- Becoming a cloud EXPERT
Join us for a full day focused on architecting Microsoft Azure systems and solutions. You’ll also discover what’s required to pass the MCP Azure Certification exam.
We’ll cover all the exam objectives, including PowerShell, through live demos, hands-on labs and discussions, and we will tailor the agenda to fit your needs and concerns.
- 8:00 Registration, breakfast, networking and sponsor introductions
- Breakfast and beverages served
- 8:30 Sharp: 70-534 Introduction & exam tips and tricks (don’t be late!)
- 9:15 Design Microsoft Azure infrastructure and networking (15–20%)
- 10:15 Secure resources (15–20%)
- 11:15 Design websites (15–20%)
- 12:00 Lunch, networking, and sponsor meet-and-greet
- 1:00 Labs & special tribute (hands-on labs: bring your laptop & power source)
- 1:45 Design an application storage and data access strategy (15–20%)
- 2:45 Design an advanced application (15–20%)
- 3:45 Design a management, monitoring, and business continuity strategy (15–20%) –
the hardest module. Plan on staying for this session.
- 5:15 Evaluations, book signing and social
Everyone who attends will receive a copy of the Microsoft Press guide, 70-534 Exam Reference: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions (co-authored by Dan and a $40 value). The event also includes breakfast, lunch, and drinks during the social hour — all at no cost to you, thanks to our generous sponsors.
We hope you can join us, and we look forward to seeing you there!
Sr. Technology Evangelist, Microsoft
Sr. Technology Evangelist, Microsoft
Join the virtual event to watch as Scott Guthrie announces an exciting new Microsoft Azure service for application developers. Learn what’s new and how you can build cloud scale web and mobile apps faster than ever before and with less code.
I wanted to share these upcoming events in the Hartford and Danbury area.
Building Websites in the Cloud
Learn how to use Microsoft Azure, our global cloud solution, to power your websites
This workshop will show you how to quickly create web applications using popular frameworks such as WordPress, Joomla, NodeJS, PHP and more. You will learn how to create and deploy a website using Visual Studio Online. Other features such as cloud services will be discussed how to take your website to the next level.
Time: Monday, March 16, 2015 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Microsoft Store, 211 Westfarms Mall, Farmington CT (located on the upper level between Center Court and Macy’s)
Time: Wednesday, April 1, 2015 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Microsoft Store, Danbury Fair Mall, Danbury CT
These workshops are “hands-on” optional. You can attend and learn without participating in the labs. The labs will be provided at the end of the workshop. If you are particpating in the labs you will need the following:
Microsoft Cloud Dev Camp
Master the new Microsoft Azure features and services to build, deploy and move apps to the cloud
Roll up your sleeves and get ready to master the latest Microsoft Azure development tools and technologies. Join us at an expert-led Microsoft Cloud DevCamp and leave with code running in the cloud! DevCamps are fun, FREE events for developers, by developers. That means no fluff or filler – just valuable coding skills you can immediately put into action.
More information here.
Time: Thursday, March 26, 2015 from 9:00am to 5:00pm
Location: Microsoft’s Office, Hartford at 280 Trumbull Street, Hartford CT
The Cloud Dev camp is intended to be “hands-on”. The following is required for attendance:
Note – you MUST bring a laptop to participate in this event. In addition:
Join us for a FREE hands-on day of Microsoft Azure demos and labs in a city near you!
Roll up your sleeves and get ready to learn the latest Microsoft Azure dev tools and technologies. Join Microsoft experts at your local Microsoft Cloud DevCamp and leave with code running in the cloud!
From your first cup of coffee until we call it a day, you’ll learn how to use new Microsoft Azure features and services to build and move a variety of applications to the cloud – including websites, mobile apps, and enterprise-class applications.
Whether you use Linux, Java, Node.js, Python, Ruby or just about anything else, we speak your language. With Microsoft Azure, you can use practically any language, framework or tool to build or move existing applications to the cloud.
Don’t miss the live Cloud DevCamp in your local area. Save your seat today!
We’ll also give away a $100 Microsoft Store gift card* to one lucky attendee at each event!
- San Diego, CA 2/9
- Tempe, AZ 2/16
- Detroit, MI 2/17
- Atlanta, GA 2/19
- Silicon Valley, CA 2/20
- Austin, TX 2/20
- Miami, FL 2/24
- Redmond, WA 2/24
- Cambridge, MA 2/24
- Charlotte, NC 2/26
- Sacramento, CA 2/26
- Kansas City, KS 2/27
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Sessions run from 9:00am – 5:00pm.
Attendance is limited, so save your seat today.
The new release of ASP.NET and Web Tools for Visual Studio 2013 puts the power to build cutting-edge websites right at your fingertips. Even better? Once you build a beautiful, interactive site, you can easily deploy and scale it with Microsoft Azure!
Join us for a free WebCamp and learn how to elevate your coding – in just one day. WebCamps are live, no-fluff events created for developers, by developers. You’ll learn from lively, informative experts who start with the basics and ramp up to advanced topics as the day goes on. Here are some of the topics we’ll cover in these hands-on sessions:
- Introduction to ASP.NET and Visual Studio 2013 Web Tooling
- Building web applications using the latest ASP.NET technologies
- Building web front ends for both desktop and mobile using the latest web standards
- API Services for both web and devices
- Running, improving and maintaining a site in the real world
- Real-time communications with SignalR
Don’t miss this free opportunity to sharpen your coding skills – regardless of which languages or platforms you use. We speak them all. We’ll also give away a $100 Microsoft Store gift card to one lucky attendee at each event! You must be present to win.*
Select a date below to register online.
- Chicago, IL 2/3
- Pittsburgh, PA 2/10
- Cambridge, MA 2/12
- Denver, CO 2/12
- Indianapolis, IN 2/12
- Atlanta, GA 2/17
- Kansas City, KS 2/17
- Seattle, WA 2/19
- Nashville, TN 2/20
- Minneapolis, MN 2/25
- Interested in events in other cities? See all WebCamps
Attendance is limited, so save your seat today.
NYC Code Camp is happy to announce that the registration for the next NYC Code Camp will open promptly at 9:00am on Monday August 4, 2014!
Registration will be processed through Eventbrite at http://codecampnyc.eventbrite.com and attendance costs a mere $10 for the entire day’s worth of content (less than the cost of two lattes at Starbucks)! If you register before Friday August 15, 2014 you will also have an opportunity to shape the content of the sessions being selected! Anyone who registers between August 4, 2014 and August 15, 2014 will be directed to a survey page where you can vote for the 10 sessions you most want to see! Read more “Code Camp NYC Registration is Open”
If you live in the Connecticut area and want to learn more about Windows Phone and Game development you are in luck! I have a bunch of workshops lined up over the next several weeks at the Microsoft Stores in Danbury Connecticut and West Hartford Connecticut.
Stop by, build an app or just learn a bit more about Windows Phone Development.
Microsoft Store @ Westfarms Mall
- March 18th – 6:00pm – 8:00pm – Windows Game Development
- April 15th – 6:00pm – 8:00pm – Windows Phone App Studio
- April 29th – 6:00pm – 8:00pm – Windows Game Development
- May 6th – 3:00pm – 5:00pm – Windows Game Development
Microsoft Store @ Danbury Fair Mall
- April 5th – 10:00am – 12:00pm – Windows Phone App Studio
- April 5th – 4:00pm – 6:00pm – Windows Phone App Studio
- April 16th – 6:00pm – 8:00pm – Windows Phone App Studio
- April 23rd – 4:00pm – 6:00pm – Windows Phone App Studio
On Tuesday, March 4, 2014 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM I will be hosting a Build your first app workshop using Windows Phone App Studio. The workshop will be at the BRAND NEW Microsoft Store located at the Westfarms Mall. The store can be found located on the Upper Level between Center Court and Macy’s.
We know you, you’ve got a great idea for an app, you want to share your interests with the world, but you just don’t have enough time. If only you had a way to quickly bring this app to life. With Windows Phone App Studio, you do!
Windows Phone App Studio lets you swiftly build apps for inmediate publishing, testing, and sharing with clients, co-workers, friends, and family. Need to make changes or try variations? With App Studio it’s a snap!
And when you’re ready to add advanced programming features, Windows Phone App Studio generates your source code – a feature no other app-builder tool provides. Get with the program!
• Computer or Tablet
• Microsoft Account
Find more information on our MeetUp page.
CodeAcross 2014 is a weekend of events taking place in cities around the world. There will be events hosted simultaneously in dozens of cities all around the globe on the weekend of February 21-23, 2014. Coinciding with International Open Data Day, the goal of CodeAcross is to activate the Code for America network and inspire residents everywhere to get actively involved in their community.
CodeAcross events will be hosted by members of the CfA network: Fellows, government partners, and volunteers. This is the third annual CodeAcross event (formerly Code Across America).
This year, we’re offering a theme for CodeAcross: Beyond Transparency. Let’s take the open government movement one step further, by focusing on not only making data open, but actionable. Join us to push the ball forward in your community. Read more “CodeAcross 2014”