June 28, 2012

Creating a Windows Azure Cloud Service with Visual Studio 2012 RC

If you’re like me you’re always playing with the latest and greatest development tools from Microsoft. So, naturally, when the release candidate of Visual Studio 2012 was released I downloaded and installed it and started kicking the tires to see what had changed and improved since the last version. Of… Read More


June 27, 2012

Upgrading Your Windows Azure Projects to Version 1.7

With prior versions of the Windows Azure SDK for .NET any time you opened a Windows Azure Cloud Service project after upgrading the Windows Azure SDK for .NET on your development machine, Visual Studio would automatically start the Visual Studio Conversion Wizard to upgrade the project. The June 2012 version… Read More


June 26, 2012

Capturing a Windows Azure Virtual Machine Image for Reuse

If you follow this blog or Windows Azure news in general you already aware that one of the new features available with the June 2012 release of the Windows Azure Platform is Virtual Machines. Windows Azure Virtual Machines enable you to easily deploy and run Windows Server and Linux virtual… Read More


June 25, 2012

Continuous Delivery with Windows Azure and TFS

One of the new features that comes with Windows Azure Web Sites is the ability to publish your web site using Team Foundation Services. Team Foundation Services is Microsoft’s TFS offering in the cloud. Team Foundation Services allows you to keep your source code and work items in the cloud.… Read More


June 21, 2012

Continuous Delivery with Windows Azure and GitHub for Windows

One of the new features that comes with Windows Azure Web Sites is the ability to publish your web site using Git (a distributed version control system). The advantage of using Git to publish your Windows Azure Web Sites is two fold. First you have a distributed version control system,… Read More