On April 27th, 2013, you’ll have the ability to join a Windows Azure Bootcamp on a location close to you. Why? We’re organizing bootcamps globally, that’s why!
This one day deep dive class will get you up to speed on developing for Windows Azure. The class includes a trainer with deep real world experience with Windows Azure, as well as a series of labs so you can practice what you just learned.
Awesome. How much does it cost?
This event is FREE to the attendees. Gratis! Gratuite! Libero!
How do I attend one?
Find a location close to where you live. Click through to see the details for that class and then register. Keep in mind you will need to bring your own laptop to do the labs.
What do I need to bring?
You will need to bring your own laptop and have it preloaded with the software listed here. Please do the installation upfront as there will be no time to troubleshoot installations during the day.
Is this for beginners?
Yes and no. The local trainers will use the Windows Azure Training Kit to guide you to the basics. We’ll also be running a massive scalability experiment that may bring one of the Windows Azure datacenters down!
Event date: April 27, 2013 - 09:00 - 17:00
Catering: lunch included
Register via EventBrite
You will need to bring your own laptop and have it preloaded with the software listed here. Please do the installation upfront as there will be no time to troubleshoot installations during the day. Also please make sure you have created a Windows Azure trial subscription before the event.
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