BDotnet Wednesday Hangout – Azure Mobile Services: A cloud-based backend service

Bangalore Dotnet UserGroup (BDotnet) is hosting its Wednesday Hangout session on the topic “Azure Mobile Services: A cloud-based backend service” on June 18th , 2014 between 9.00 PM – 10 PM (IST).

In this session , Goutham Upadhyaya will explain about

  • Creating Apps  for Windows 8,Windows Phone using Mobile Services
  • Storing and querying Data
  • Authentication for the Apps
  • Push notifications using Mobile Services
  • Schedulers in Mobile Services
  • Scaling and Logging in Mobile Services

About the speaker

Goutham Upadhyaya currently works as Premier Field Engineer in Microsoft. He was with Microsoft Partner Technical Services team as Partner Technical Consultant close to 3+ years before joining Premier Field Engineering team. Goutham has around 8 years of industry experience which includes companies like Satyam and Wipro before joining Microsoft.  His role in Microsoft is to guide Customers and Partners in adopting and implementing the latest Microsoft technologies.

Goutham is passionate about Microsoft technologies and has worked on NET, Asp.Net MVC, Silverlight, WPF, HTML 5, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 application development.

He also works on emerging technologies like Windows Azure, WebMatrix, LightSwitch, RIA Services, EntityFramework and LINQ.

Know more about the Azure Mobile Services: A cloud-based backend service , visit the below links

Google Plus Event Page

https://plus.google.com/events/cq0ujh849krp50qrd355nsrbjks

Youtube URL

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9jpv5IUJi0

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