Corey will walk through many of the ways to build applications using Virtual Machines on Azure. He will talk about building apps using Dev/Test lab and VSTS. He will also cover deploying apps on the newly released VM Scale Sets and Azure Container Service. He will walk through some of the latest support for Linux and Cloud Foundry on Azure and deploying full packaged products in easy ways.
Model-View-ViewModel is the most popular UI separation pattern for building loosely coupled and maintainable XAML applications. In this session you will get a quick review of the fundamentals of the MVVM pattern and then will see how to apply it in the context of the new Universal Windows Platform of Windows 10. You'll learn how to seamlessly fit the pattern into the native constructs of data binding, components, navigation, and application lifecycle of a Windows 10 application.
This session will focus on best practices and new capabilities in Azure Service Bus that will enable you to build cloud solutions integrated with a powerful messaging platform. In addition to showing you how to use the service we will talk extensively about how the service works (as in why to use it in those particular ways). Topics covered will include client capabilities, temporal control, eventual vs instantaneous consistency models, transactions, and availability & redundancy and runtime aspects.
RunasRadio podcaster Richard Campbell discusses the strained dynamic between devs and ops, and how it's an issue of competing priorities. Ops is focused on reliability, devs are focused on releasing new features—and organizations need both to deliver value. Richard provides insights on solutions to this challenge, including setting common, business-oriented success metrics and building effective teams. By establishing mutual goals, understanding and trust, Richard illustrates how Dev and Ops can work together to deliver exceptional business value. Take your DevOps counterpart to lunch and start the conversation!