New Code Samples available for Microsoft Azure

Not only does Microsoft offer the Microsoft Azure SDK but they also offer some guides and examples available at the Microsoft Download Center:

"These samples illustrate the steps towards migration of a typical application built with .NET to the Windows Azure platform," said Microsoft regarding the Windows Azure Architecture Guide – Part 1.

Developers will get at least four samples. Each designed to help a customer take his/her on-premises applications and migrate them to the cloud.

Developing Applications for the Cloud – Code Samples,is exactly as it sounds. The focus is squarely in designing new applications with Azure in mind.

In the past Microsoft has provided samples and examples to streamline the development process of it's software and applications and Microsoft Azure seems no different.

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