“Hello World!” Azure App In 37-Minutes

imageIn mid-November, Microsoft will launch Windows Azure around the world.  In preparation for the big event, Tony Bailey , Senior Marketing Manager, Breadth Solution Partners recently took on the challenge of building his first Windows Azure application.  After getting his “hello world” single web page published, Bailey created the Publishing_webpage_to_Azure_basic document to help guide customers through the steps necessary in creating and publishing a “Hello World” page leveraging Windows Azure.  Bailey states that “After getting my Azure Invitation code, my stopwatch record for completing the doc steps is 37 minutes.”  Now let's see how good you really are: let's see how fast you can get your single "hello world" web page up on Azure - here's the how-to doc – if you like the doc pass it on.

Attendees at this year’s Microsoft Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles, November 17-19 will have plenty of opportunity to learn more about Windows Azure and the Azure Services Platform.  For a current list of Azure sessions click here.  And if you haven’t yet registered, register by October 13 and save $300.

For additional training content related to Windows Azure, visit MSDev , where Microsoft is offering training for solution providers.

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