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Microsoft Developer Support helps software developers rapidly build and deploy quality applications for Microsoft platforms.

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US Workshops, Webcasts, and Tech Talks – October 2015

Premier Support for Developers provides access to a wide range of advisory and training options that include most popular developer technologies.  Options range from onsite, instructor-led workshops to remote training, and even access to a distinguished team of Developer Consultants for specialized advisory needs.  Content frequently...

AzureCon 2015 – What’s New in Azure for Developers

Pete Fuenfhausen, Senior ADM, shares highlights from AzureCon 2015 and what it means for developers. Microsoft held its first virtual Azure Conference, AzureCon 2015, on September 29, 2015, and what an event it was! From Scott Guthrie's kickoff keynote to deep technical sessions to customer and partner stories from companies as varied ...

Hololens Development Edition and Upcoming Roadshows (US)

Microsoft HoloLens devices will begin shipping in the first quarter of 2016. Apply now to help develop the future of holographic computing.(image) Hololens Development Edition (Apply Here) Prerequisites   Experience Microsoft HoloLens at in-person events If you are a curious developer, be sure to check out first-...

Team Foundation Server 2015 upgrade planning

The Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management blog is a great resource to help you stay informed of current announcements and guidance material. If you are in the process of planning your move to Team Foundation Server 2015, be sure and reach out to your ADM who can help with training, guidance, and support throughout the effort to ensure ...

Why should diversity matter to Developers?

David S. Lipien, a Director in Microsoft’s Premier Services, collaborated with Stephen Barnes and Katie Konow to highlight the value of team diversity in application development.  They are all part of the Enterprise Services Business, enabling clients to leverage IT for business success in the cloud and on the ground.   Do you ...

You simply have to watch the Microsoft Windows 10 devices event

This week marked one of the most amazing demonstrations of Microsoft’s vision for Windows 10 and connected devices.  There has simply never been a more exciting time to be a developer.  Watch the event here! (image) (image...

Windows Server 2003 Migration (Part 1) – coping when reality interferes with the plan.

In Part 1 of this 5 part series, Senior Application Development Manager, Chuck Goodspeed, shares insights and lessons from a large Windows Server 2003 migration. July of 2015, Support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 came to an end. By this point of time, all of our customers should have migrated off of Windows Server 2003 to Windows 2008...

Big Data on Azure: A Real-World Implementation Using Cortana Analytics

Premier Support for Developers was part of the first ever Cortana Analytics Workshop earlier this month.  Be sure and check out our own Brian Raymer discuss how an international customer can ingest millions of events per hour, exploit near-real-time analytics, and tackle true 'Big Data' problems successfully on our Azure data platform. This ...

US Workshops, Webcasts, and Tech Talks – August / September 2015

Premier Support for Developers provides access to a wide range of advisory and training options that include most popular developer technologies.  Options range from onsite, instructor-led workshops to remote training, and even access to a distinguished team of Developer Consultants for specialized advisory needs.  Content frequently...

US Developer Ramp-up Series

The Developer Ramp-Up Series, offered through Premier Support for Developers, is a collection of webcasts created with the goal of teaching developers basic development skills. No prior knowledge is necessary. The current offering includes a collection of webcasts and hands on lab guides/exercises in the areas of PowerShell, Object Oriented ...