You’re Invited to a Windows Azure DevCamp



The Cloud is where the industry is heading and with so much opportunity on the horizon, now is the time to get onboard. Stay ahead of the curve by investing in the training you’ll need to be successful today.
A Windows Azure DevCamp is a free full day hands-on-training workshop that will cover everything from basic Cloud Computing concepts to designing, developing, and deploying applications using Windows Azure – Microsoft’s Cloud platform. You will learn from experts in an interactive way and get hands-on time to apply what you’ve learned. Space is limited. Register today!
VancouverAugust 29th, 2012
MontrealSeptember 4th, 2012
MississaugaSeptember 10th, 2012
TorontoSeptember 15th, 2012
Don’t live in Vancouver, Toronto or Montreal? We haven’t forgotten about you! Two of the Windows Azure DevCamps will be streamed live from the event.
Western Canada Live StreamingAugust 29th, 2012
Eastern Canada Live StreamingSeptember 10th, 2012
Regardless of whether you’re a junior developer or a seasoned developer, you’ll get value from attending a Windows Azure DevCamp. Full agenda and session details are available here.
Questions? Email us at and we’ll be happy to help.
Looking forward to seeing you at a Windows Azure DevCamp!

Comments (2)

  1. Robert Naeyaert Sr says:

    The AZURE ISP running a wireless system in Palm Cove, Queensland, Australia is beyond a doubt the worst, most expensive service I habve ever come across.  At a cost of A$150 for 30 days, it's extremely expensive fora downlaod capability of 3 GB.  My laptop keeps logging out whenever I leave it for an hour.  Then I have to go through the long process of login all over again.  It's very annoying to keep doing this.  I've seen ads onTV in this area for internet services at a cost of A$50 per month.  Why is AZURE three times as expensive?

    Come on gang, get with the program.

    Bob Naeyaert  {}

  2. Hi Bob,

    Thanks for your comment.

    I think you may have Windows Azure confused with this Azure.  Windows Azure is Microsoft's Cloud Platform, not an ISP.  

    Kind regards,