Late last month we highlighted how Alexa skills can be written with C#, Santa Brought Alexa? Skill it up with C#!. Today we’ve got another example, this time using the ASP.Net Web API. Having a merry, geeky Christmas… creating an Alexa skill with ASP.Net Web API “Thanks to Santa Claus’ generosity and Amazon’s new Alexa… Read More


So Santa brought you or the family an Amazon Alexa? Wondering if you can use your C# skills to write up an awesome Alexa Skill? A few weeks ago, Tim Heuer wondered the same thing. Here’s what he found… Write your Amazon Alexa Skill using C# on AWS Lambda services I had spent a few… Read More


http://ch9northcentralus.blob.core.windows.net/mfupload/6eadb21ad65b4e07bb6ea62d0126ab9c/TNRAzureAWSPRt5.mp4 Concluding our Microsoft Azure for Amazon AWS Cloud Professionals series, Keith Mayer and Gerald Tiu shows us three ways to migrate to Microsoft Azure. [1:24] Do you have control over code deployment? If not, how do you go about migrating Linux workloads to Azure? [27:30] DEMO: Using Azure Site Recovery to migrate Windows VMs… Read More


http://smooth.ch9.ms/ch9/9946/a1931eff-8184-4d0c-9c33-dc45ee6d9946/cdnazureoptmein.ism/manifest Read the full post >> Host Jonathan Rozenblit is always on the search for stories of Canadian developers who have either built new applications using Windows Azure services or have migrated existing applications to Windows Azure. Canada Does Windows Azure shares their stories. This is the story of OptMeIn. OPTMEIN COMMUNICATIONSOptMeIn was launched in 2011 to help… Read More


Read the full post >> Host?Jonathan Rozenblit?is always on the search for stories of Canadian developers who have either built new applications using Windows Azure services or have migrated existing applications to Windows Azure. Canada Does Windows Azure shares their stories. This is the story of?OptMeIn. OPTMEIN COMMUNICATIONSOptMeIn was launched in 2011 to help brands… Read More