Presentation contents are available on Github: https://github.com/embedded101/GAB2015
Global Azure Bootcamp is a one day world-wide event, driven by Microsoft Azure experts and community enthusiasts, to help develop new to Azure as well as experienced developer, to learn and share knowledge about Azure. This is the 3rd year for this event. For the last event in 2014, there were 136 event locations in 54 countries. You can read the summary for the 2014 event here.
For 2015, there are over 190 locations, in different region of the world, scheduled to host the Global Azure Bootcamp on April 25, 2015. In addition to learning and sharing information about Azure, the hands on lab will feature pooling a huge global compute farm to perform research for charity.
We are excited to be part of this exciting event, hosting the Global Azure Bootcamp event at Santiago Canyon College in Orange, California!
David is Microsoft Embedded MVP. He has a breadth of experience with embedded systems implementation, interfacing and application development. He has hands on experience with developing systems from the ground up. He was previously a university academic in Computer Engineering, a school teacher and a software developer in HPC. David is currently a consultant and developer in Windows embedded systems. David is author of numerous Codeplex projects to do with Windows Embedded Compact/CE and has co-authored a book on this topic with other presenters at this forum. Of late he has been focused upon IoT authoring the CEJSON and ArdJSON projects that simply enable IoT functionality with embedded devices and Azure Mobile Services. David has a close professional relationship with Microsoft from his academic, freelancing and employment background.
Paolo is a Senior Software Engineer and Microsoft MVP for Windows Embedded / Internet of Things who has been working on Microsoft technologies since 2006 with all .Net Frameworks (Micro, Compact and Desktop); he has been developing on embedded and mobile systems (based on Windows CE, WindowsPhone/Android and RTOS) since 2010, using C/C++, C# and Java. Focused on IoT and M2M communication. Member of DotNetCampania, TinyCLR.it and Embedded101 communities. Technical writer and owner of some open source projects on CodePlex and GitHub.
It’s not required for you to bring anything. However, if you like to follow the hands-on exercises for some of the sessions, you will need to bring your own laptop and preloaded with the software needed for the exercises.
If you plan to follow the hands-on exercises, it’s important that you prepare and install the required software a few days prior to the event.
*** Note: We will not have time and resources to help debug installation problem on the day of the event.