Mobile Apps to IoT: Connected Devices with Windows Azure
With the incredible growth of devices and the Internet of Things (IoT), you know that mobile apps present a huge opportunity. Windows Azure Mobile Services lets you build a back end for your mobile apps in minutes. Join Miranda Luna and other experts for a comprehensive, infrastructure-focused look at how your mobile apps can use cloud data, manage users with ease, and quickly deliver push notifications at scale.

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Instructor Team
​Miranda Luna | Microsoft Product Marketing Manager | @Mlunes90
Miranda Luna is a Microsoft Product Marketing Manager on the Windows Azure team focusing on all things mobile, including Mobile Services and Notification Hubs. When she's not holding down the fort in Redmond, you can also find her at the offices for the Microsoft Accelerator in Seattle.
Abhishek Lal | Microsoft Senior Program Manager | @abhishekrlal
Abhishek Lal, Microsoft Senior Program Manager with the Windows Azure Service Bus team, is passionate about building cloud services that customers love. A developer at heart, he drives the API design, messaging features, and partner engagements for the team. From the first release of .NET to most recently shipping Windows Azure Service Bus, he has been part of several teams within Microsoft. Abhishek has more than a decade of experience, in developer, lead, and SDET roles, on engineering teams building quality products. He earned a master’s degree in computer science from University of Southern California, and he presents often at conferences and industry events.
Kirill Gavrylyuk | Microsoft Principal Program Manager Lead | @kirillg_msft
Kirill Gavrylyuk is Microsoft Principal Program Manager Lead for Windows Azure Mobile Services and Notification Hubs.
​Elio Damaggio | Microsoft Program Manager | @ElioDamaggio
Microsoft Program Manager Elio Damaggio has been working on cloud services for mobile apps for the last two years, focusing on customer engagement and push notifications. He holds a PhD in computer science from University of California, San Diego, where he worked on business process verification and mining, machine learning, and data integration. Before that, he was a software engineering lead specializing in content management systems and enterprise integration.
Live Event Details
January 31, 2014
9:00am - 5:00pm PST
What: Fast-paced live virtual session
Cost: Free
Audience: Developers
Prerequisites: Basic Windows Azure knowledge and app development skills are recommended.