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Some Real World Experience with Windows Azure

, 13 Jun 2011
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Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session: In this session, we'll take a look at the real-world experience the SharpLogic team has acquired from building and managing multiple commercial initiatives on the Windows Azure platform. We’ll spend most of the time discussing the lessons learned from the Mo

Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session

If you missed the premiere of one of our virtual tech summits you'll still be able to view these sessions. This video originally premiered in our Cloud Development Summit December 2, 2010.

Abstract

In this session, we'll take a look at the real-world experience the SharpLogic team has acquired from building and managing multiple commercial initiatives on the Windows Azure platform. We’ll spend most of the time discussing the lessons learned from the Mobile Tech Summit run in November. This sessions also includes some lessons learned from the world of video encoding and delivery.

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Ed Kaim
CEO SharpLogic
United States United States
Ed Kaim is the chief executive officer of SharpLogic, a technology incubator and consulting firm based in Redmond, WA. Prior to founding SharpLogic, Ed was the Windows developer platform product manager at Microsoft, where has was also responsible for Visual Studio and the .NET Compact Framework. Ed's technical presentation experience ranges from one-on-one briefings for Fortune 100 CEOs to stadiums full of thousands of IT professionals. By the age of 23, Ed had delivered keynote addresses in seven countries on four continents and had presented on stage alongside Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer, and other industry visionaries.
 
Today, Ed’s team focuses on using a variety of technologies to solve challenging problems through innovative products such as:
- Boost Virtual Events, a virtual events platform available at http://www.boostvirtualevents.com
- SpeakFlow, a suite of tools for creating, managing, and delivering non-linear presentations available at http://www.speakflow.com
- And FinalBot, a community for competitive software developers at http://www.finalbot.com.
 
Ed can be reached at ed@sharplogic.com.
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