Build is coming to Toronto on June 10th. Not in Toronto? No worries since you'll be able to watch the event by registering for the free live stream.
It's no often that Microsoft release a new sample database, AdventureWorks was created in the SQL Server 2008 era. Wide World Importers is the brand new kid on the block and was created to support SQL Server 2016 and Azure SQL Database.
Shawn Wildermuth's Hello World World Trip is heading to Montreal on June 6, 2016 from noon 'til 3PM. Shawn will record a podcast live with Montreal's rock star architect Mario Cardinal and then give a technical talk on building apps with ASP.NET Core 1.0. Register for this free event here.
On Tuesday May 24, 2016 I'll be speaking about Azure API and Logic Apps at MSDEVMTL. Here's the slide deck:
Now here's a non intuitive error message...If A-you never used Azure Mobile Service before and B-you try creating a new Mobile Service, you'll get an error saying that the name your entering is already in use no matter how creative you are with the name.
The reason why this is happening is that Mobile Services are deprecated and clients who never used them before can't create them but if you used them before, it is still possible. Go figure!
Here's a blog post from Microsoft's Jeff Sanders explaining the problem.
Passionné par les technologies web et mobiles depuis maintenant 20 ans, Laurent Duveau est toujours à l'affut des dernières tendances en technologie afin de mieux service ses clients. Fondateur de l'Académie Angular il passe actuellement son temps à diffuser ses formations techniques à travers le Canada.
I've been involved with the local user group for about 23 years. It first started as a VB3 group, evolved to .NET then became a community of user groups (ASP.NET/.NET, Architecture, ALM, Data, Power BI and Azure) with 3 meetings per month and 3-4 Saturdays per year.
It's now time for me to let new people with new ideas lead this community. I just hope that they'll let me speak about Azure from time to time :-)
Microsoft announced today the general availability of both Canadian data centres located in Toronto and Quebec City. More info on Microsoft Canada data centre page.
Now before celebrating, be aware hat not all services are live at launch. Missing right now are Mobile Apps, API Apps, Logic Apps, API Management, DocumentDB, Stream Analytics, IoT Hub, Service Fabric, Container Service. Check this Azure documentation page for more info.
Janet Kennedy, President of Microsoft Canada, announcing the availability of Azure and Office 365 in the Canadian Datacentres.
The nice folks at CodeValue who makes OzCode have sent me this nice kit in recognition for my OzCode community contributions.
If you don't know OzCode, it's a Visual Studio add-in that improves the debugging experience. It's a ReSharper for debugging! Check this Webinar for more info: