Microsoft Has Announced the Release of Azure SDK 2.2 now with Added Visual Studio 2013 Support

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Microsoft has just announced the release of the new Azure SDK 2.2 with support for Visual Studio 2013 through an informal but technically extensive blog post. Scott Guthrie, who is corporate vice president in the Microsoft Developer Division, explained that this new version of the SDK is intended to help developers target Azure for every function from creating, configuring, debugging, deploying, and diagnosing cloud services. Read the full Press Release here.



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