Today at Hartford Code Camp #3 in Connecticut, I presented two talks on Windows Azure.
The first talk was an introduction to Cloud Computing, with a Microsoft slant towards Windows Azure. The second drilled into the Two Roles and a Queue (TRAAQ) design pattern – a key pattern for architecting systems for the cloud.
The PowerPoint slides are available here:
- Intro talk – bill-wilder-demystifying-cloud-computing-introducing-windows-azure-hartford-code-camp-19-june-2010
- More in-depth talk on the Window Azure Programming Model – bill-wilder-two-roles-and-a-queue-hartford-code-camp-19-june-2010
Also plugged the Boston Azure User Group to those attending my talks! Hope to see some of you at NERD in Cambridge, MA for talks and hands-on-coding sessions. Details always at bostonazure.org.