In terms of Technology Telstra is a multi BI vendor environment, it has at least one of everything, lots of most things and some twins. See how Telstra uses Microsoft technology to create a next generation Business Intelligence Portal and Reporting Platform, built to scale across one of the largest and most graphically diverse companies in Australia. SQL Server 2012 and SharePoint 2013 provide a Data Platform and Business Analytics solution. An open platform to realise value from years of investment and enable development for the future in a cost efficient manner. See how Telstra enables Self-Service BI for all users in a ubiquitous manner. Telstra have taken advantage of many of the tools in the Microsoft BI Platform and we'll show you how we gain business benefit from PowerView, PowerPivot and X-Velocity in memory technology. This presentation will take you through the project from inception to implementation, architecture to delivery, products and tools, business justifications and benefits. _x000D_ We'll show you how Telstra created a one stop shop for all key reporting and analytics to enable Telstra to;_x000D_ - build it once_x000D_ - remove manual processes_x000D_ - inspire collaboration_x000D_ In a world where we have to do more with less, this is how to do it.
Most of us want to make money. Developers are no exception. Windows Phone provides a uniform infrastructure for publishing your apps to every Windows Phone user. In Windows Phone 8, we added several new options to increase your ability to make money. In this session, we discuss these in depth.
Microsoft Technical Fellow and programming language designer extraordinaire, Anders Hejlsberg, joins us on set to discuss and take questions from a live virtual audience topics like TypeScript, C#, Roslyn, and more. Kudos to Anders for sticking around to discuss what he and team are up to for C# (it's an evolving language....) and Roslyn (compiler as a service project). We never seem to have enough time with Anders. Thanks to all of you for the excellent questions. We tried to get to all of them, but that's hard to do without forcing the expert on set to only spend 30 seconds per answer (we won't do that...). Tune in.