Singapore TechDays was super awesome. From the keynotes to the breakouts, rooms were jam packed. Developers and IT Pros were super enthusiastic. We got good positive feedback from one and all. So all in all it was a great event. Now we have to top it up next time around.
I did a session on Windows Azure AppFabric where I talked about how we can use AppFabric as a platform for middleware services. Since I was running the Platform track, I had the honor to introduce myself . I think overall the talk went well, I had 4 code demoes to share and I covered Caching and Service Bus for the most part. All the code in demoes was based on SDK samples that come with Windows Azure AppFabric v 1.5 and can be downloaded (along with the SDK) here: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=27421
Slides are available here. https://skydrive.live.com/view.aspx?cid=29B42AB82635B61D&resid=29B42AB82635B61D%216431
You can also view them via Slide Share:
To learn more about AppFabric Service Bus please view the following sessions from Clemens Vasters.
I did some changes to the code (mostly configuration related) so that the demo does not prompt for namespace, issuer and token when connecting to the Azure AppFabric. Should you wish, you can download the code samples from here http://bit.ly/ohR1hO.
If you are in Singapore and consider yourself a Developer or an IT Pro then this is the must attend event. We are covering number of topics from the Cloud Computing to the HTML5 and lots and lots in between. For a detailed agenda take a look here.
Amongst much more illustrious speakers you can find me here. If Cloud Computing is of interest to you and you want to know about some common messaging patterns for Middleware integration then I will definitely recommend you to attend my session.
Hammad Rajjoub, Architect Evangelist, Microsoft Singapore
IT Pro – Level 200
Don’t worry about the “IT-Pro” audience. This session is definitely aimed at Developers and Architects. Level will range between 200-300 depending on the folks we have in our conference room.
Also, i will be more than happy to discuss your integration scenarios offline as well.
I will be speaking at the The Cloud Computing Asia 2011 – An Executive Breakfast Briefing on 18th of August. For more details on the event please visit the event page here.
I will be presenting on "Architecting for the Public and the Private Cloud". In this talk I will cover some of the common architectural practices for building scalable services that can run on the public/private cloud. I hope its going to be an interesting discussion.
I will also be participating in a panel discussion on “Beyond Hype : Applications in the cloud”.