Azure Open Platform video series - Episode 1: Open Compute Platform

Last year, my coworker and I visited several cities worldwide, delivering an all-day Windows Azure Open Platform Summit. This one-day event covered compute+networking, data, and the developer story from an open source perspective. This included several languages (.net, python, php, and node.js) as well as several NoSQL databases (Azure Table Storage, MongoDB, Cassandra, and Neo4j).

A few months later, we decided to record a 6-part video series covering the highlights of these topics. Each episode runs about 15 minutes. The first two segments were just published, and I'll update this post as the rest of the series comes online.

  • Open Compute Platform: PaaS, IaaS, and Virtual Networks
  • Open Compute Platform: Connectivity; Web Sites

Episode 1, Part 2

My team is hiring AGAIN! OSS+Linux+Azure

Our little Windows Azure architecture team is growing again! This time, we’re looking for someone with lots of Linux experience, coupled with non-.net development. We’re working with some cool ISVs worldwide, where the story is all about Azure + Linux. Don’t get too worried if Azure isn’t your primary cloud background.

This doesn’t stop at cloud or language knowledge. If you have some NoSQL experience, this is a big plus. Same goes with Big Data.

There’s some travel involved, including international travel.

The job posting is up on StackOverflow Careers, right here

Any questions? Just post a comment here…