I don’t intend to (in the interest of time) cover HD Insight, Business Analytics, and Media Services etc.
Windows Azure Mobile Services
Apart from the key-note style opening session, I will also do a detailed session on Windows Azure Mobile Services. I will talk about the overall architecture and development paradigm for Mobile Services and will show you how easy it is to build mobile apps that can leverage on scalable backend. The talk is aptly titled, “When Mobiles Fall in Love with the Cloud”.
We plan to record the sessions for your VOD viewing pleasure and are scrambling for resources to set it up.
As usual I will share the action items (Go-Do’s) as well as pointers to slide decks and learning resources later on.
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”.
I have an exciting news to share with you all. I have joined Microsoft Singapore as an Architect Evangelist. Those who know me would testify on my passion for Architecture. I have written about it, I have presented on it at various conferences and more importantly in last 5-6 years I have spent a great deal of time working as System Architect, Solutions Architect and CTO at various organizations (including start-ups and fortune 500 companies).
Now, I am super excited to be working for Microsoft after being an MVP for 7+ years. I am also really glad to be working with smart people at Microsoft in general the Singapore SUB and DPE team in particular. I realize that this is an interesting time to be in this industry when the consumerization of IT is driving innovation, cloud is no longer a dream and its becoming reality, and enterprise (as well as business) architecture is (finally) gaining traction. I am very positive that this opportunity will give me a chance to work on things that I am really passionate about.
I have one more interesting news to share with you and i intend to blog about it in next couple of weeks. So stay tuned!
Wish me luck and expect much more (and hopefully exciting content and conversations) coming your way.
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I am invited to speak at IASA (International Association of Software Architecture) Singapore’s chapter evening on 10th of Feb 2011.
I will be talking about Service Composition using Windows Azure and Windows Server AppFabric, covering composition scenarios and capabilities on Microsoft platform using Windows Server AppFabric on-premise and Windows Azure AppFabric in the cloud.
I will be sharing the slides with you after the session.
For more details and back ground information on Windows Azure AppFabric and Windows Server AppFabric please visit:-
I will be speaking at SGdotNet’s CTU (2nd edition) in developer track. I will be talking about Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and its Architecture tooling and how to use it to build connected systems. Expect lots of demoes and exciting conversations all around. I will share the slides later on.
I will be presneting a talk on Visual Studio Architecture tools at Microsoft Singapore’s ALM Workshop on 22nd September, 2010. I believe this is not a public event so unfortunately I cant request you to join me for it.
I will be covering tools and features available in Visual Studio 2010 Utlimate eidition that allow developers and architects to
1- gain better understanding of existing code (and hence helping with improvements/enhancements),
2- design up front (for those who are lucky enough to work on green field projects)
3- and to check and validate continuously if the design == code
I am super excited as this topic is very close to my heart! I am hoping the audience will like it and I will be able to share the slides + demoes with you all.