Azure Table storage offers highly available, massively scalable storage so that your application can automatically scale to meet user demand. Azure Table Storage is Microsoft’s NoSQL key/attribute store – it has a schema-less design, making it different from traditional relational databases. With a schema-less data store, it's easy to adapt your data as the needs of your application evolve. Azure Table Storage is easy to use, so developers can create applications quickly. We will present introductory design concepts and demonstration to get the best out of the Azure Table Storage service.
Hotspot 2.0 (HS2) is based on a new Wi-Fi standard aimed at making Wi-Fi connectivity more seamless and secure. No more sifting through various network names, trying to figure out which network is safe and secure. No more wasting time on login screens or captive portals! In this session, we’ll take a look at how Windows 10 detects and securely connects you to Hotspot 2.0 networks – automatically. Speaker: Jay Mahendru
Mobile app development has really exploded over the past few years. And with that, so have the number of options available to developers. Developers are looking for ways to maximize code reuse while being able to deploy to multiple platforms. In this session, David Totzke and Lori Lalonde talk about cross platform development, and the options available to developers - PhoneGap, Appcelerator's Titanium, Telerik's AppBuilder, Sencha Touch, and Xamarin, to name a few.