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Cost-Oriented Development

A session at Microsoft Tech·Ed North America 2011

Tuesday 17th May, 2011

10:15am to 11:30am (EST)

Software developers have always had the power to reduce (or inflate) Software Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Architectural decisions and developer skills have had only an indirect impact on the Software TCO,however,in the Cloud Era these will directly impact the cost due to the nature of the cloud services payment model. By just changing one line of code you can save or spend lots of money! Architects and developers will need to think twice about the storage,networking and transactional behavior of their application! In this session,learn how to Cost Profile your code and how to use the best patterns and practices to reduce the ongoing cost of your application in the cloud.

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Alon Fliess

Software Architect

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Time 10:15am11:30am EST

Date Tue 17th May 2011

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