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Jun 27, 2014
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Session 2: Integrating Microsoft Azure Data Solutions in Web Applications  

Presented by: Ido Flatow Running Time: 72 min In this session we will learn how to use Azure storage to store files and NoSQL data. We will learn how to store relational data in Azure SQL Database, and how to replace our in-memory cache and session state with the Azure Cache service....More
Jun 27, 2014
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Session 3: Securing Web Applications in Microsoft Azure  

Presented by: Ido Flatow Running Time: 62 min In this session we will learn how to manage users with Azure Active Directory, and how to integrate AAD to our web applications. We will also learn how we can query and manipulate AAD from our web applications with the Graph API....More
Feb 21, 2014
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Session 3: Collaboration Across All Roles  

In the final session, we'll dive into different techniques you can utilize to increase collaboration across different roles. We'll cover Team Rooms, Agile Portfolio Management, Storyboards, and more as effective tools for better collaboration....More
Feb 21, 2014
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Session 1: SignalR Fundamentals  

In this session, you will learn the basics of SignalR and the Persistent Connections model of communication. You will then learn how to integrate SignalR into an ASP.NET application, use SignalR to communicate with clients, track client connection state, and develop applications using SignalR that will communicate with both browser-based and .NET-based clients....More
Feb 21, 2014
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Session 2: Deep Dive into the Hub Programming Model  

The second session will dive into the Hub programming model. You will develop an application where the clients call methods on the server and vice versa. You'll also learn how to assign connections, manage, and leverage groups in an application....More
Feb 21, 2014
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Session 3: Practical, Real-World Solutions with SignalR  

In the third session, you will learn how to apply SignalR to real-world solutions. You will take SignalR beyond IIS and self-host it, see how to scale-out solutions beyond a single SignalR server using a variety of backplanes, and generate some performance numbers. Lastly, you will learn how to architect solutions using the two models....More
Feb 21, 2014
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Session 2: Distributed Team Collaboration  

You'll learn how Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) supports thousands of developers online and offline by providing a centralized version control system that supports branching and merging, low-level permission management, and full auditing that supports regulatory compliance needs. This session also explains how to take advantage of the Git-based repository that supports full-distributed version control with all capabilities of TFS, along with how you can leverage changesets and Git commits with code comments through the Web Access interface....More
Feb 21, 2014
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Session 1: Developer Collaboration  

In this session, we'll discuss several different new features in Visual Studio 2013 that helps facilitate feedback among peers, real-time collaboration between virtual teams, and tips and tricks for working within the code editor to better understand the code you're working on. We'll discuss features such as Code Reviews, VSAnywhere, CodeLens, and more....More
Jan 20, 2014
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Session 3: Planning Multi-Device Websites  

Presented by: Dino Esposito Running Time: 62 min More often than not making a website barely usable from devices is mistaken for providing an effective mobile experience. It’s no longer the time of a simple mobile versus desktop dichotomy. You have two options to address devices: you can simply make your site responsive at the page layout level or you can serve different views for different classes of devices....More
Jan 20, 2014
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Session 2: Five Best Practices for Every Web Solution  

Presented by: Dino Esposito Running Time: 70 min The continuous evolution of the web is defining a new set of best practices. In this session, I’ll examine several best practices starting with the ideal layout of a web page, which includes scripts, CSS and meta tags. Next I'll cover bundling, display modes, application layer, and use of the Twitter Bootstrap library for cross-device rendering and advanced user interface features such as modal dialogs....More
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