Visual Studio Talk Show: Sharepoint en entreprise

Nous discutons avec Benjamin Niaulin de ce qui explique le succès de Sharepoint en entreprise. SharePoint est une série de logiciels pour applications Web et portails développée par Microsoft. Les fonctionnalités des produits SharePoint sont la gestion de contenu, les moteurs de recherche, la gestion électronique de documents, les forums, la possibilité de créer des formulaires et des statistiques décisionnelles.

Passionné des technologies Microsoft, Benjamin Niaulin aide les gens autour du monde à atteindre leurs objectifs avec la palteforme SharePoint. Il est conseiller au sein de l'équipe GSoft. Munit d’une certification Microsoft Certifié Trainer et plus de 5 ans d’expérience en tant que formateur et présentateur, il adore démystifier SharePoint et le rendre accessible à tous.  A ce titre, en 2013, il a recu la reconnaissance Most Valuable Professional de Microsoft. Nous vous invitons à suivre son blog http://bniaulin.wordpress.com/.

http://visualstudiotalkshow.libsyn.com/0162-benjamin-niaulin-sharepoint-en-entreprise

Congrats to Mario Cardinal for his "Executable Specifications with Scrum" book

Congrats to my good friend Mario Cardinal who published his first book called "Executable Specifications with Scrum: A Practical Guide to Agile Requirements Discovery".

You can buy it from the publisher or from any book stores like Amazon.

Funny how the results looks when you search for "Mario Cardinal" on Amazon.  Mario's book is squeezed between books about Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Pope Francis), MLB Cardinals and NFL Cardinals cards.

Sondage Azure pour la Communauté .NET

Alexandre Brisebois et moi allons animer le Groupe Azure de Montréal qui fait partie de la Communauté .NET Montréal.  Nous sommes curieux à savoir ce que vous aimeriez apprendre.  Prenez donc 2 minutes de votre temps et répondez à notre petit sondage.

Create a Dev & Test Environment in Minutes!

Newly awarded Azure MVP Alexandre Brisebois has published a great blog post on the Canadian MSDN dev blog on how to create dev & test environments with Azure IaaS.  It's so good even Channel 9 picked it up on their weekly show.  Woohoo!

Azure August updates

Microsoft has released a new set of Azure features this month:

  • SQL Server AlwaysOn Support: General Availability support with Windows Azure Virtual Machines (enables both high availability and disaster recovery)
  • Notification Hubs: General Availability Release of Windows Azure Notification Hubs (broadcast push for Windows 8, Windows Phone, iOS and Android)
  • AutoScale: Schedule-based AutoScale rules and richer logging support
  • Virtual Machines: Load Balancer Configuration and Management
  • Management Services: New Portal Extension for Operation logs + Alerts

As always, check ScottGu's blog for all the details.

Quiet while building a new server room

I'll be quiet in the next few weeks because I'm busy tearing apart my kitchen to build a brand new server room Wink

Azure SDK 2.1 for .NET

Yeah!  The Windows Azure SDK 2.1 for .NET has just been released.  Here's what's new:

  • Visual Studio 2013 Preview Support: The Windows Azure SDK now supports using the new VS 2013 Preview
  • Visual Studio 2013 VM Image: Windows Azure now has a built-in VM image that you can use to host and develop with VS 2013 in the cloud
  • Visual Studio Server Explorer Enhancements: Redesigned with improved filtering and auto-loading of subscription resources
  • Virtual Machines: Start and Stop VM’s w/suspend billing directly from within Visual Studio
  • Cloud Services: New Emulator Express option with reduced footprint and Run as Normal User support
  • Service Bus: New high availability options, Notification Hub support, Improved VS tooling
  • PowerShell Automation: Lots of new PowerShell commands for automating Web Sites, Cloud Services, VMs and more

Check ScottGu's blog post for the details.

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