I shared the stage with Mark Eisenberg of Microsoft who walked us through some of the features coming in the November update of Windows Azure. One of the sites Mark showed was the Open Source Windows Azure Companion.
Hope to see you next month when Ben Day will talk about how Windows Azure and Silverlight can play nice together.
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[†] Yes, I also founded and run the Boston Azure User Group, but it is my first time having the honors as the main speaker.