Windows Phone 7 recipes are a group of open source projects geared towards helping the Windows Phone 7 development community build applications. Recipes are typically common patterns for topics that require some attention. The idea is to provide a sample with some reusable code that can be reused later and modified to fit other similar scenarios. Developers are more than welcome to use them as is or to change them as they see fit.
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Your developers are shifting to a DevOps delivery model to increase the speed of delivering new code and features to your customers. But as a security and IT practitioner, you want security-first, enterprise-wide solutions that support your development teams without compromising on security.
During this session, we discuss why it is important to:
Secure and manage secrets used by machines (e.g. micro-services, applications, scripts, CI/CD tools, hosts, etc.) and privileged users …
One of the country's marquee events, Microsoft's annual event 'Ignite' lights up various major cities, with an average attendance of over 30,000. In 2016, the Microsoft Learning group had several mandates to incorporate different campaigns and programs into the event, under a defined budget, with limited resources, and of course, under tight timelines. Read this case study to learn how Microsoft was able to use cloud-based tools to aggregate, organize, display, and distribute content quickly, and at scale, …