Friday 13th September, 2013
4:00pm to 4:30pm
What happens when two guys with .NET background develops a prototype of Java + PHP combo that communicates via Windows Azure Service Bus? Lets find out how open Microsoft stack is! We'll start with a brief overview of Service Bus and why it is important. Then we proceed with a live demo running in Azure cloud. Please get your mobile smart-devices ready for the interactive part of the session.
Microsoft MVP, System architect and web/mobile technologist, Visual Studio ALM evangelist
Software architect, lead technologist and Visual Studio ALM & TFS evangelist, with focus on technical solution research, new technologies analysis and technical problem solution research. Planning implementation and design, code review, system performance design and measurement, system audit, system feature improvements. Worked on from start-up/ small / medium-sized solutions to some of the larger enterprise level systems. My role was to ensure team knowledge sharing process and overall project health. Have worked with web front-end layers based on Asp.Net and jQuery and ending with server and back-end integration systems based on C#, WCF, BizTalk and Commerce systems. Have also development experience with Microsoft cloud platform – Windows Azure and middleware infrastructure Windows Server / Azure AppFabric development. Almost 14 years in IT industry. One of the Latvian Microsoft .Net User Group drivers in Latvia and evangelist of new and excited Microsoft technologies.
Technical evangelist at Microsoft
Microsoft Latvia Technical Evangelist with core passion for development. Before joining Microsoft was enterprise developer for Dynamics Ax and .net. Most work included different system integrations and also custom development for enabling business to reach its potential. Had developed solutions that run on mobile platforms, bunch of high performance web applications that where integrated with ERP software as full backend.
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